Maruti has launched the limited edition Maruti Swift Glory, with a host of cosmetic and feature changes.
The Swift Glory petrol variant returns 20.4 km/l while the Swift Glory diesel is good for 25.2 km/l.
On the outside, the Swift Glory Edition gets a contrast red roof, blackened C-Pillars, contrast wing mirror caps, side body decals, racing stripes, a rear spoiler and an aero kit with side skirts. The contrasting red theme extends to the cabin with dual-tone red-on-black seats, cover for the steering wheel and gear knob, and new floor mats.
On the feature front, the Maruti Swift Glory Edition has a 2-DIN Bluetooth-enabled music system, reverse parking assist and a rear-view camera.
The Swift Glory edition is available on the VXi and VDi variants of the hatchback. These variants offer ABS and EBD, but are devoid of airbags, alloy wheels, automatic climate control, smart entry with engine starter button, steering mounted controls and a rear wiper/washer.
There are no mechanical changes in store. The Glory Edition VXi is powered by the 1.2-liter K-Series engine developing 84.3 PS and 115 Nm of torque, whereas the Glory Edition VDi, powered by the 1.3-liter DDiS diesel engine delivers 75 PS and 190 Nm of torque. Both engines feature a 5-speed manual gearbox. The VDi variant of the Swift also gets ABS and EBD as standard.