Maruti Swift XDi special edition launched

Special edition Swift XDi comes with additional features.

Maruti has launched another special edition of the Swift hatchback- the Swift XDI.

Based on the base diesel LDi trim, the Swift XDI comes with additional features such as a double-DIN music system, front power windows, art-leather seat covers, tilt-steering, keyless entry, rear parking sensors, special door sills and wing mirrors with turn indicators and front fog lamps.

The Swift XDi is priced at Rs 6.67 lakh (ex-showroom, Jaipur).  Maruti is also offering an exchange bonus of Rs 20,000 and a loyalty bonus of Rs 15,000 on the Swift XDi. 

 

Also read: Maruti's limited edition Swift RS

 

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