Selling price trends for used 2013 Maruti Suzuki Swift 2nd generation (2011 – 2018)

The 2nd generation Maruti Suzuki Swift was launched in 2011 and continued its life till 2018 when it was replaced with the newer model. Maruti Suzuki Swift sales have been strong in the new car market and this is reflected in the used car market as well.

Based on the used car listings data we monitor across used car sites like Olx, cars24 and Gaadi, second-hand Maruti Suzuki Swift typically accounts for 24.44% in premium hatchbacks used cars listings. This makes it the 2nd best-selling used premium hatchbacks car in the market. In the past two months, there have been 2,425 used Maruti Suzuki Swift listed in the top 8 cities Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad that we track the used car market data for.

The prices of the second-generation used Maruti Suzuki Swift cars vary across variants, with the median used car price of the entry-level variant being Rs 243,800 and the top-end variant fetching price of Rs 524,400.

So, what selling price should you expect for your second-hand 2013 Maruti Suzuki Swift? That would depend on things like what city you are based in. If you are in Delhi, for instance, expect a lower price by about 6.67% compared to Mumbai. Then there are other factors such as how many kilometres your car has run and whether it is petrol or diesel. If it is diesel, expect 1.33% higher than the same petrol version.

So what price can you expect for the 2nd-generation second-hand Maruti Suzuki Swift. Presented below is an estimate of used car prices you can expect in Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai for petrol and diesel version. These price trends are based on an analysis of used Maruti Suzuki Swift cars that have been sold in the past 3 months across these cities, and across the major used car websites such as Olx, Cars24 and Gaadi.

Also our analysis of best used car deals in the market shows that cars which have driven 50,000 kms or little more fetch the best selling price [value depreciation is higher in the initial period]. So in our Maruti Suzuki Swift used car price analysis below, we have taken cars around the 50,000 kms range. You should increase or decrease the estimated price by about 7.12% (per 10,000 kms) for each year, higher or lower depending on your car’s kilometres driven.

Maruti Suzuki Swift used car price in Delhi

A petrol Maruti Suzuki Swift in Delhi that has done around 50,000 kms, will typically fetch a selling price of Rs 339,020 (averaged across variants). A diesel Maruti Suzuki Swift used car in Delhi would be Rs 322000.0 (averaged across variants). This suggests that a Maruti Suzuki Swift used car loses value by 5.58% every year approximately if it is a petrol version and diesel Maruti Suzuki Swift’s selling price drops by 8.09% every year in Delhi.

Maruti Suzuki Swift used car price in Bangalore

A petrol Maruti Suzuki Swift in Bangalore that has done around 50,000 kms, will typically fetch a selling price of Rs 491,372 (averaged across variants). A diesel Maruti Suzuki Swift used car in Bangalore would be Rs 460000.0 (averaged across variants). This suggests that a Maruti Suzuki Swift used car loses value by 2.9% every year approximately if it is a petrol version and diesel Maruti Suzuki Swift’s selling price drops by 5.14% every year in Bangalore.

Maruti Suzuki Swift used car price in Chennai

A petrol Maruti Suzuki Swift in Chennai that has done around 50,000 kms, will typically fetch a selling price of Rs 368,000 (averaged across variants). A diesel Maruti Suzuki Swift used car in Chennai would be Rs 446200.0 (averaged across variants). This suggests that a Maruti Suzuki Swift used car loses value by 4.63% every year approximately if it is a petrol version and diesel Maruti Suzuki Swift’s selling price drops by 5.54% every year in Chennai.

What price to expect for your used Maruti Suzuki Swift

The actual selling price for you Maruti Suzuki Swift would obviously depend on some more specifics (how many owners, color, variant) and the general condition of your car. There were no major issues but older Marutis do tend to suffer from rust and suspension related problems.  If your Maruti Suzuki Swift suffers from any of these issues, you should get these issues fixed before you list the car for sale or take your car for valuation.