Maruti Suzuki has launched a limited edition called the Swift Deca. It is available in the VXi/VDi variant and has been priced at Rs 5.4 lakh (Ex-showroom Delhi) for the petrol and Rs 6.32 lakh for the diesel. It is basically a cosmetic pack which commands an additional Rs 52,000 over the price of the VXi/VDi variants and will only be available for a limited period.
External changes include strips running the length of the body and the standard alloy wheel being painted in black. Also included in the package are No.10 side decals. Inside, the cabin has got dual tone upholstery, red ambient lighting, front arm rest, illuminated door sil plates and a Sony touchscreen music system with four speakers and reverse camera.
Powering this limited edition is the 1.2-litre K-Series petrol engine and the 1.3-litre Multijet diesel. The former produces 83bhp/115Nm of torque while the diesel engine produces 74bhp/190Nm. Both are only offered with a five-speed manual.
In the run up to festival season, it is a common practice by manufacturers to offer special editions to move more volumes as buyer sentiments are quite high at this point of time. The Maruti Suzuki Swift is a popular buy among those looking for something in the B-segment and this limited edition’s luck should be no different.