The Maruti Suzuki Swift is among the best selling hatchbacks of India. In the modification circuits too, it is one of the most popular cars and therefore gets a ton of customization options. The modification options available on the Swift range from simple visual tweaks too hardcore engine upgrades. However, many people only go for visual changes and not engine tweaks as it affects the fuel efficiency of the vehicle. Headlights and tail lights are among the most popular and inexpensive way to make your car look good and the video below by JJ automobiles Vlogs shows stylish custom LED tail lights for the Maruti Suzuki Swift. Take a look at the video to see how the light functions before we move on to the details.
As seen in the video, the new tail lamps take the aesthetics of the Swift to a whole different level. The car in question here is the latest generation model and not the older generation one. The aftermarket tail light fitted on the car is a full LED unit and looks quite good when lighted up. It gets different lights and patterns for each function. Apart from the glass area cover that is over the LED lights in the tail lamp, the rest of the glass area is blacked out to lend a dark look to the car.
A C-shaped section inside the tail lamps act as the default light and the glow is pretty decent. The brake lights are positioned in the centre while the indicators are placed in the lower strip. This strip also houses the reverse light. The indicators get a flowing pattern which looks quite good and is in the trend these days. The Swift used in this video is in a white shade which further compliments the blacked out panels of the tail lights.
The cost of these tail lamps, according to the video is in between Rs. 12,000 to Rs. 15,000. Among the heap of tail light options available for the Swift, this one here looks quite decent and will give a boost to how your car looks like. The lights would stand at night especially and the difference will be distinctive.
The Maruti Suzuki Swift comes equipped with a 1.2-litre VVT petrol engine and 1.3-litre turbo diesel engine. The petrol motor churns out 83 Bhp of power and 113 Nm of torque. It comes mated to both a 5-speed manual and a 5 speed AMT transmission unit. The diesel unit, on the other hand, dishes out 75 Bhp of power and 190 Nm of torque. It is also available with both manual and automatic transmission options. The availability of an automatic transmission on both the engine options is another factor contributing to its high sales.
Want to see your photo feature about that exciting road trip published on Cartoq? Share your details here