Thursday, 21 July 2011

Maruti Suzuki unveils 2011 Swift teaser page on their official website

Earlier today, India’s largest car manufacturer, Maruti Suzuki India launched an all new 2011 Swift teaser page on their official Swift hatchback website,
According to reliable sources, the new 2011 Swift is expected to be launched on the 17th August. Maruti is yet to officially declare the launch date of 2011 Swift. According to the new teaser page, 2011 Swift will be ‘coming soon’. The page adds, ‘Hold your breath a little longer’.

Features of the new Swift include electric ARVM’s, start stop button on dashboard, airbags in the topend diesel variants and automatic climate control. 2011 Swift comes with an ARAI certified mileage of 20 kmpl for petrol engine and 23.8 kmpl for diesel engine. 2011 Swift will be a costlier by Rs 30,000 than the current model.
For 2011 Swift bookings, Maruti says, “Congratulations for choosing India's most exciting car. We understand that you have been waiting to get your car. Thank you for your patience. We assure you it will be worth the wait.”
“In addition to market leadership, the Swift has won hearts all across, and is on top of all the popularity charts. This sought-after car is now destined for new heights with the arrival of the New Swift. It has more of everything that you always knew the Swift for. More attitude. More style. More performance. And it's more premium. You could think of it as perfection made even more perfect. As you are our valued customer, we'd now like to extend a special privilege to you -a chance to own the New Swift.”
“All you have to do is upgrade your current booking status for the Swift to a booking for the all-new Swift (Petrol or Diesel variant). This gives you preference in delivery for the New Swift - a chance to beat the booking queue that customers with pending and new bookings will soon join. The New Swift will come to you at an incremental cost, details of which will be announced on the day of the launch. For more information on the booking amount and process, do contact your Maruti Suzuki Dealership.”


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