We all loved Maruti Suzuki cars for their affordability quotient and low-cost ownership.
Though Maruti cars always lacked in two parameters; Solid Build and High-end safety features.
But in spite of those shortcomings, Maruti Suzuki is still a leader in the Indian automobile market as their grip over the middle-class group is quite substantial.
Believe it or not, Maruti’s Swift cars played a most important role in the overall success of Maruti Suzuki as far as the Indian market is concerned.
That said, Maruti launched their Swift cars for the first time in the Indian market in May 2005 with a 1.3-litre petrol engine. Since then there was no looking back for the company as Swift captured the mid-range entry segment market in pan India.
Now in 2018, the Maruti came with their all-new Swift 2018 with minor design improvements and safety enhancements.
But here the question arises, are these minor design and safety improvements viable enough to convince any Indian to buy the all-new Swift 2018.
Well, you can find all good things about the new Swift all over the web and which is true in most of the cases. As Maruti is known for their best-in-class after-sale service and low-cost ownership across India.
But in this article, we have compiled some reasons why you shouldn’t buy the new swift 2018.
5. New Swift AMT Is No Match To Proper CVT
It’s 2018 and people are gingerly shift from manual cars to automatic variants. And we had quite high expectations from New Swift’s AMT variant, but the refinement level of Swift AMT is no match for proper CVT automatic transmission it is having in Baleno.
That means, If you are looking for a proper automatic gearbox with clear refinement then new Swift cannot match the refinement level experience as what we’ve observed in cars like Baleno.