Maruti Suzuki Swift is one those hatchbacks in Indian market that modifiers love to the core. Swift has been in the country for a while now and Maruti Suzuki is putting in constant efforts to keep up with the competition. Maruti Suzuki Swift competes with the likes of Hyundai Grand i10 Nios and Ford Figo in the segment. As mentioned above, the Swift is a modification friendly vehicle and many examples of the same are available in different parts of our country. Here we have one such Swift that gets some subtle modifications which makes it look a bit more aggressive.
The video has been uploaded by Vinay Kapoor on his youtube channel. He shows one of his clients new-generation Swift that is installed with a Stage one predator kit. Talking about the body kit, it is installed on all the four sides of the car. Starting from the front, there is a three piece splitter fixed on to the lower part of the bumper. It It gives the Swift a low stance without compromising the ground clearance. Another thing is the material with which the predator kit is made of. According to the video, this kit is made from high strength composite alloy which is light in weight and does not rust. It is stronger than the normal plastic or fibre body kits and the chances of breaking it is also very less.
Just like the one in front, it has a piece installed at the rear and the sides as well. The changes made to the Swift are very subtle but, these small changes add up to the overall aggressive look of the hatchback. Apart from these changes, the vehicle remains in stock condition. It is the VDI variant and does not even get the alloy wheel. This kit can be installed on any hatchback and sedan and the price of this predator kit including shipping charges is Rs 10,000 which is great considering how strong and long lasting this product could be.
The all-new Swift gets both petrol and diesel engine options. There is a 1.2-litre petrol engine that develops a maximum power of 83 Bhp and 113 Nm. The 1.3-litre Multijet diesel engine in the Swift produces a maximum power of 74 Bhp and a peak torque of 190 Nm. Both the petrol and diesel engine options get AMT automatic transmission. The 1.3L diesel engine which does the duty in many other Maruti cars will be discontinued after the BS6 emission norms get implemented next year. so if you are planning to a buy diesel Swift, this could be your last chance.