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ABOUT THE CAR Brand & Model: Maruti Suzuki Swift VDi (Diesel) Month & Year of Manufacture/ Registration: July 2013 Manufactured / August 2013 Registered Registering Authority & State: Janakpuri, Delhi Color: Pearl Metallic Arctic White Ownership: 1st Individual Owner A perfect hot hatch for those discerning few who value taste and quality. The buyer of this car would not need to spend a single penny other than on filling her up. SALIENT FEATURES 1) Single owner driven and sparingly used by a person with over 2 decades of experience in owning numerous cars and over 200k kms of driving and riding experience 2) Pearl Metallic Arctic White color 3) Completely accident free with zero insurance claims throughout the life of the vehicle (50% NCB on Insurance Policy) 4) Insurance policy renewed in Aug-2020 so no insurance costs till August 2021 5) Detailed service history with use of only high grade synthetic engine oil throughout the life of the car. Butter smooth performance and ride quality 6) Old battery replaced and new battery installed last year in March 2019. Battery under the warranty period of 3 years and the invoice of the same is available 7) Pollution Under Control Certificate (PUC) valid till October 1, 2021 so expense or standing in queues for the same 😎 Last wheel alignment and balancing performed on June 6, 2020 at 60,360 kms and is not required for another 4k kms 9) Last annual service performed on February 1, 2020 so no service costs till February 2021 at least 10) Remote central locking with engine immobilizer and power door locks. Both car keys available 11) Chiller air-conditioning with heater 12) Power adjustable external rear view mirrors with power windows 13) Extremely low running costs with an in-city mileage of around 22 kilometer per litre of diesel. Highway average at around 26 kms per litre 14) Original toolkit 15) ARAI certified 15" NeoWheels Lightweight Machined Undercut Alloy wheels (Model: Drive BMUC BLK TNT) 16) High-end newly fitted (June 2020) under-warranty wide 185-65 section Michelin Energy XM2 tires for enhanced grip and ride comfort 17) Maruti Suzuki Original fog-lamps for better road visibility under poorly lit and low visibility conditions 18) High-end Sony touchscreen music system with Bluetooth and MirrorLink for handsfee operation and easy phone pairing 19) JBL 3 way coaxial speakers at the rear with JBL tweeters in the front for an ambient and superb sound-stage 20) a|u|t|o|F|O|R|M| front and rear custom bucket seats for an elegant and highly comfortable seat fit-out 21) Maruti Suzuki original genuine leather soft touch steering wheel cover 22) Reverse parking camera with LCD color display integrated into the Internal Rear View Mirror (IVRM integrated LCD Display) makes parking in tight spots a breeze ONLY SERIOUS DIRECT PARTY BUYERS CALL KSHITIJ AT +91 97111 49227. PRICE IS NON NEGOTIABLE. BROKERS, PLEASE EXCUSE! Always wear a seat belt/ helmet to ensure you care for your loved ones Cheers PICTURES OF THE CAR
Hi Friends! Although I like and own a Swift for its perfect value for money appeal, I do have a question to ask all my fellow mates. This is regarding the new shape Swift and the dents commonly seen on its boot. It so happened that I tried to close the boot of my Swift a couple of days back and incidentally ended up denting the boot sheet metal; the portion of boot above the rear number plate. On closer inspection, I realised that the same is constructed of very thin sheet metal which can easily get dented by simple pressing by bare hands. Since then, I started observing all new shape Swifts on the roads and their boots and found out that quite a few of them had a dent at the same spot. Maybe their owners committed the same mistake that I did. I just saw a straight out of the showroom condition Swift with a similar dent yesterday as well. I am also sure that Maruti service stations must be getting a lot of cars with similarly dented boots. If that is the case, is Maruti proactively taking steps to get rid of the problem by maybe installing an internal reinforcement or by using heavy duty sheet metal. Please share in case you've had a similar experience with a Swift's bootlid. Also, is there anything that can be done to prevent the incident from reoccurring? Are there any materials available in the market which can be glued/ welded to the sheet metal to provide added strength? Thanks!