Maruti Suzuki Swift recently added a limited edition model in its line-up; christened Deca, the model is based on the mid-level trims offered on the Swift. With a myriad of new features on offer, the new edition of Maruti Suzuki’s popular hatchback will cost Rs. 5,94,445 for the VXi trim and ₹ 6,86,983 for the VDi variant. Both prices are ex-showroom, Delhi.
Additional features offered with the Swift Deca
- Body graphics: strips on the bonnet, boot, sides and roof, along with number ‘10’ decals on both the front doors
- Body kits: front, side and rear skirts, along with a rear spoiler
- Sony touchscreen infotainment system; the unit also has a reverse parking camera system attached to it
- Door-mounted speakers
- Reverse parking sensors
- The interior comes with a red-and-black themed upholstery, and features central armrest, door sills, steering-wheel cover, floor mats, and ambient lighting, along with faux carbon fibre highlights
What is different, you ask. For starters, the Maruti Suzuki Swift Deca edition sports side skirts, a new roof-mounted spoiler, twin racing stripes running from the hood to the boot-lid, and a single stripe on the C-pillar and the rear door. Additionally, the hatchback gets the number ’10’ decals on the front door and wheel covers finished in gloss black. The Swift Deca edition is available in two colour options – Bright Red and Pearl White.
Inside, the Maruti Swift Deca gets black and red themed seat covers with contrast white piping, steering wheel cover, front arm rest, Sony multimedia touchscreen music system with Bluetooth and external mic, 6-inch Sony door mounted speakers, and a reverse parking assist system with camera. The interior styling kit also includes the door sill guard, ambient light, faux carbon fibre finish on the centre console, trendy floor mats, and gear boot cover.
A celebration of “the charm of football’s most flamboyant players”, the Maruti Swift Deca limited edition is a tribute to the sport, where the best players in the game’s history have carried the legendary ’10’ on their backs.
Mr R S Kalsi, Executive Director, Marketing and Sales, Maruti Suzuki said, “Swift is a sporty, stylish and fun to drive car. Since its launch, it has been one of the best performers in our portfolio and helped us strengthen leadership in premium hatchback segment. Over the years, the Swift has evolved in features, looks and technology, often defining the changes in aspiration and preferences of Indian car customers. Swift Deca carries forward the sportiness and performance quotient associated with the brand.”
Compared to the standard Swift VXi (O), the Deca edition costs an additional ₹ 22,555, while the Deca VDi costs ₹ 30,319 more than the standard VDi (O) grade. Maruti Suzuki says the Swift Deca edition offers customers benefits worth ₹ 18,000 on the accessory kit.