Maruti Swift Windsong edition launched at Rs 5.14 lakh
New Delhi: Maruti Suzuki has launched a limited variant, called the Windsong edition, of its popular hatchback Swift. The new car has been designed to appeal music lovers and features attractive body decals and several new features. The car was launched at the Windsong Music Festival which was held in Lonavala, Maharashtra last weekend.
The carmaker will offer only 100 units of the Suzuki Swift Windsong in both petrol powered VXi and diesel VDi variants. The petrol version costs Rs 5.14 lakh and the diesel VDi version is priced at Rs 6.1 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi).
Notable changes on the exterior include ‘Windsong’ graphics and decals, front and rear mud flaps, an Arctic White rear upper spoiler, silver insets around the fog lamps, and electrical folding mirrors. The car displayed at Windsong Music Festival also featured side skirts and matching yellow 15-inch alloy wheels to give it sporty looks.
On the inside, the Windsong edition gets yellow highlights on the steering wheel, along with silver accents on the dashboard. There’s also matching Windsong edition upholstery, illuminated door sill guards, PVC floor mats, ambient lighting, and push button start.
The limited version model also gets a Sony touchscreen music system which features CD/DVD/Bluetooth/USB and an integrated reverse camera along with parking sensors.
However, there are no changes under the hood and the Maruti Swift Windsong Limited Edition continues with the 1.2-litre K-Series petrol motor and the 1.3-litre DDiS diesel engine, paired to a 5-speed manual transmission.
It is available only in Arctic White body colour with a couple of sporty black stripes running from the bonnet, through the roof over to the bootlid and rear bumper.
2015 Maruti Swift Windsong limited edition price (ex-showroom, Delhi):