Maruti Suzuki Swift Deca Limited Edition Launched


After the Maruti Swift RS and Swift Glory Edition, the Japanese automaker has introduced its another limited edition for its much loved hatchback. Maruti Suzuki has finally launched the Swift Deca Limited Edition yesterday. The new Deca Limited Edition is based on the V trim level of both petrol and diesel models i.e, VXi and VDi. The newly launched Deca Limited edition of Swift will be only available in Pearl White and Bright Red color option. Considering the exterior styling of Swift Deca Limited Edition, the hatchback has received an additional skirting, a roof spoiler and various body decals like number 10 on the front doors.

Swift Deca Limited Edition
Suzuki Swift Deca Limited Edition

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You can notice the ORVMs garnished in contrasting color while wheel have been finished with dark black color. The changes are not restricted to exterior only and interiors have also received a significant amount of changes. New Sony multimedia touchscreen audio system with Bluetooth and external mic, Sony 6″ speakers placed in the doors all together acts as a perfect companion of the occupants for entertainment. This limited edition of Swift is also graced with dual tone (black and red) seat covers, and the same touch can be witnessed on the steering wheel as well that gives a sporty touch to this hatch in an effective manner. Other notable changes are ambient lighting, front armrest and dual tone (black and red) floor mats.

New Deca Limited Edition
Swift Deca Interior

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The powertrain has not received any change and the all-new Deca limited edition is offered with the same engine options. The 1.2-litre K Series petrol and 1.3-litre DDis diesel engines and both these engines are mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. The manufacturer has priced Maruti Suzuki Swift Deca Limited edition at INR 5,94,445 for VXi and INR 6,86,984 for VDi trim. The other two previously launched limited edition have performed quite well for the company and let’s see how this new edition performs, which is looking quite promising on papers.