Maruti Suzuki has been very active in bringing new and creative goods to market in order to maintain its leadership position in our industry. This might be a step in the right way.
Maruti Suzuki’s tiny SUV variant could be the Suzuki Swift Cross. Swift has forged a strong bond with Indian car purchasers over the last two decades, and its different incarnations could attract a large number of new customers. Maruti Suzuki maintains the Swift up to date on a regular basis to ensure customer satisfaction. Maruti has a slew of new launches planned for this year, the majority of which are upgraded versions of previous Maruti vehicles. But this SUV form of the Swift could be something different and we might see it sometime in 2024.
In many overseas regions, the Maruti Swift Cross is a popular vehicle. In reality, Maruti had tested Sports variants of the Swift in the Indian market as well, albeit with just modest cosmetic changes. However, the improvements would be considerably more significant this time and more in keeping with the characteristics of compact SUVs. This version’s body could include hints to help users identify the product. On the outside, the most visible changes would be the skid plates, higher and stiffer suspension, larger tyres, sporty exterior design features, and so on. This would be a good choice for those searching for a Swift with more road presence.
In the international market, the full-fledged sporty version of the Swift Cross could feature a 1.4-litre turbo petrol engine producing a whopping 140 hp and 230 Nm of peak power and torque. If Maruti decides to bring it to India, it may also be equipped with the 1.0-litre turbo petrol engine found in the Baleno RS. This engine produces 100 hp and 150 Nm of peak power and torque. These engines can be equipped with either a 5-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic transmission. Prices will be slightly higher than the regular version, depending on which variant arrives on our shores.
There are a ton of models by Suzuki in the international market. Its operations in India are highly relevant for its business but bringing any new product to India must be driven by demand and business case first. If Maruti Suzuki sees a gap in the market for such a product, we might see it in our market in the course of the next few years.
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