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Maruti Swift Glory Limited Edition leaked before launch

Maruti Swift Sport Edition India

The new limited edition Swift only features cosmetic changes, and is the same car under the hood.

With approaching festive season, Maruti Suzuki is all-set to surprise car buyers with a new limited edition variant of their Swift hatchback. Called Maruti Swift Glory Limited Edition, it will be offered with both petrol and diesel engine options on board the VXi and VDi trims.

Featuring cosmetic changes, which give the car a sporty look, Maruti Swift Glory Limited Edition brochure has been leaked online. As per the leaked photos, this new limited edition Swift will get a cool white exterior color with metallic red roof. It also gets racing stripes on the bonnet as well as the roof. The sporty red paint is also seen on the ORVM, side skirts and the chunkier front and rear bumper.

Maruti Swift Sport Edition India

Interiors of Maruti Swift Glory Limited Edition

On the inside, you have all black dashboard, seats fitted with black and red leather upholstery, steering wheel with black and red leather cover, and matching designer floor mats.

Speaking about features, the new Swift Glory edition gets new multimedia music system which is custom-made specially for this edition. It is compatible with Apple and Android devices. It also gets revers parking camera with sensors, new gen ABS, brake assist and security alarm system. Full feature list can be seen in the leaked image in the gallery below.

Also Read – Next gen Maruti Swift to be previewed by Sport concept at Tokyo Motor Show 2015

Powering the petrol Swift Glory edition is a 1.2 liter petrol four cylinder K series engine that generates 84 PS of power and a 1.3 liter Multijet diesel four cylinder engine generating 75 PS.

Price of new Swift Glory Sport Edition is expected to be about INR 20,000 more than the corresponding VXi and VDi trim, which are priced respectively at INR 5.40 lakhs and INR 6.30 lakhs, ex-showroom, New Delhi. Not bad at all, for the funkier looking LE Swift.



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A first drive in a manual rickety old van was enough to pave the road forward for Sagar Patel. When not driving or riding, his dexterity shifts gear to voice passion through words via reviews, and news, all the while, closely monitoring updates from the auto industry.

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