Maruti Suzuki Swift CNG: Know price and mileage of Maruti Suzuki’s popular car with Swift CNG

With the launch of the CNG version of Swift (Swift), Maruti Suzuki India Limited has expanded into the Indian market with its popular hatchback. Swift S-CNG has been awaited by many since Swift’s facelift was launched. The VXi and ZXi variants are available. Rs 7.77 lakh is the price of VXi. The ZXi, on the other hand, is still priced at Rs 8.45 lakh.

In terms of engine performance and mileage

With 1.2 liters and four cylinders of naturally aspirated power, the Swift S-CNG is a highly efficient vehicle. Among Maruti Suzuki’s K-Series engines, it belongs to the DualJet family. Maximum power is generated at 6,000 rpm and peak torque is generated at 4,400 rpm with this engine. In CNG mode, power and torque are reduced to 77 PS and 98 Nm respectively. CNG power makes Swift S-CNG the segment’s most powerful hatchback. A 30.90 km/kg mileage is claimed by Maruti Suzuki for the Swift S-CNG.

Design and appearance

There are no cosmetic updates to the hatchback. In addition to its LED tail lamps and LED headlamps, it has chrome grille garnishes and turn indicators on the ORVMs. There are no differences between the petrol-powered and S-CNG versions in terms of features.

A description of the features of S-CNG

A dual interdependent Electronic Control Unit (ECU) and an intelligent injection system are included in Maruti Suzuki’s S-CNG vehicles. Providing an optimum mixture of air and fuel is the job of the ECU and injection system. Stainless steel pipes and joints are used by Maruti Suzuki to prevent corrosion. In order to prevent short circuits, all wiring harnesses are integrated. The engine cannot be started during the CNG filling process due to a microswitch installed.

This makes the Swift S-CNG the ninth automaker’s product to come factory-fitted with compressed natural gas. Additionally, Maruti Suzuki offers a range of S-CNG-powered models such as the Alto, WagonR, Celerio, DZire, Ertiga, Eeco, Super Carry and Tour-S.

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