In 2011, Maruti Suzuki launched the new-generation Swift with many updates to retain its superior position among its competitors. The new-gen Swift addressed all the shortcomings of the previous generation car, making it an even more enticing proposition. The design of the new Swift was an evolution of the previous generation’s as most of the elements were revised in order to make it bolder and sportier. The entire front end was revised to lend it a more aggressive and sportier look. The taillamps became curvier and the layout of the lights changed dramatically. Overall, the new Swift retained its sporty and youthful character with ever-present performance.
The biggest change, however, was evident inside. The entire cabin was redesigned to give the Swift an edge over the competition. The whole centre console was given a more robust and sportier feel with sharper looking elements. Maruti Suzuki also took the quality of plastics and the fit-and-finish to a whole new level.
As for the engine options, Maruti Suzuki made sure that the customers got nothing but the best and they retained the tried and trusted 1.2-litre K12M petrol engine and the 1.3-litre DDiS diesel engine. This made the Swift a new experience.