Maruti Suzuki has launched the Swift facelift, with prices ranging from Rs 5.73-8.41 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The biggest change to the 2021 Swift is under the hood. The old 83hp, 1.2-litre K12 engine is replaced by a more powerful 90hp 1.2-litre DualJet petrol unit that was introduced in the Dzire last year. The new unit also brings a start/stop function that helps to further boost fuel economy. The updated Swift now has an ARAI figure of 23.20kpl in the manual version and 23.76kpl in the automatic version, as against the outgoing car’s 21.21kpl.
Moving to the design, the 2021 Swift gets minor cosmetic changes over the outgoing model. Up front, the cross mesh grille has been tweaked and now gets a chrome accent. Round the back, little has changed over the outgoing model. Maruti Suzuki now also offers three dual tone options on the top-spec Swift.
Moving to the interior, the seats get revised fabrics upholstery. In terms of equipment, the 2021 Swift VXi gets a new audio head unit that features feather-touch controls for volume and track change. The fully-loaded model, meanwhile, now comes with cruise control, coloured MID and auto folding ORVMs. You can head here for more info: https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/2021-maruti-suzuki-swift-facelift-launched-from-rs-573-lakh-419959
Here's a closer look at the VXi variant:
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Comparing middle-row captain seats of the new 6-seat SUVs - the Safari, Hector Plus and the new Hyundai Alcazar. While the Safari and Hector Plus have a similar setup with individual centre armrests for the captain seats, the upcoming Alcazar has a unique center console that will also get a wireless charging pad. I like the one on the Alcazar given that it function as more than just an armrest - there's the wireless charging pad - though I don't know how comfortable a person might be if they recline the seat - the Hector's and Safari's armrest recline with the seat
Lets have a look at all 3 together and then one after the other. Which do you prefer?
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MG Hector Plus
Tata Safari (Picture of Adventure Edition)
Tata harrier is made on the platform of range rover. It is safe. It has a 2.0 l kyrotec fiat diesel engine. Petrol is no available now. It is spacious . Boot space is massive. the cars looks awesome. But the negative thing is many features are missing . Which you will get to see in hector. But in the field of performance hector cannot beat harrier. it is fast smooth . Gear is good . Cornering are good. But for the manual version the clutch distance is too long. and other bad thing is the steering looks weird. Another thing which should be changed that is the rear seats cannot be reclliened. In one word tgis car is awesome. The automatic version is good.