The Swift looks awesome with its 1.5-box proportions and design elements. Outwardly as well as on the inside, the Swift diesel is almost identical to the petrol version: the stylish nose, the blacked out pillars,fighter canopy look to the glass area and the wide haunches. Its design cues make it look like a concept car. It uses MacPherson struts up front and semi-independent torsion beam at the rear.
The Swift VDi makes use of not two, not three but five injections (jets) of fuel per power stroke that delivers fuel in four short bursts and then a large one.This alows the cylinder head to heat up smoothly and the presssure build-up and discharge less sudden on combustion. This in turn leads to less noise, better improved and better emission control.Its modern design is matched with good safety features. The ZXi version of the Swift has good safety equipment, including standard ABS and twin airbags.
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