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All New Maruti Suzuki Swift Arrives To The Grand Reception Of Auto Expo 2018

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| February 8 , 2018 , 12:39 IST

India's leading carmaker Maruti Suzuki launched the new third-generation Swift in India on Thursday at the Auto Expo 2018. The new generation Swift gets a completely new attractive curvy, sporty body and looks more classy than its old version. The car is based on the all-new HEARTECT platform. In addition, the new-gen Swift is lighter and agiler which adds to its performance directly.

Presenting the all-new Swift, Mr Kenichi Ayukawa, Managing Director & CEO, Maruti Suzuki, said, "Brand Swift is loved for its bold stance, strong shoulders and unmistakable road presence. With this latest evolution, these hallmark features have gone to the next level Since its launch in 2005, Swift has been the country's favourite hatchback, selling more than 1.8 million units. The all-new Swift is built on Suzuki's new and innovative 5th generation HEARTECT platform for more strength, peppier performance and advanced safety. More spacious, it is loaded with new features that are poised to thrill customers."

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In terms of looks, the new Maruti Suzuki Swift gears up this time with newly designed sweptback headlamps that come with LED daytime running lights (DRL) along with a new bumper and grille design. The side profile of the car remains similar to the current generation Swift. A new diamond-cut allow wheels add to the car appearance. It also gets a floating roofline, with a new bumper and tail lamps, which also get the LED-touch, are now stubbier than before.

Thanking the customers for their constant support, CEO, Mr Ayukawa added, "Brand Swift has featured among the top 5 best-selling cars in India for more than a decade. I thank our customers for their strong support. I am confident that with the all-new Swift. we will be successful to capture the imagination of our customers and offer the car which meets their demands."