Suzuki Swift For Boyzez Launched In India

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We may look the same, we may talk the same, we may even walk the same, but we will never have the same preferences in our cars. Yes. I am talking about our brothers on the other side of Wagha. While the Suzuki Wagon R has been selling like hot cakes in India since its launch, we, as a nation, have rejected the car in Pakistan.

Wagon R is just a small example in comparison to what I am about to tell you. The rice culture, although active, is not very dominant in our country. You may see a riced up Civic or Alto here and there, but at large, these are hard to spot these days; at least in Karachi.However, things are pretty different in India. Recently, the folks in the ricing community got all pumped up after one of their leading automakers, Maruti Suzuki, introduced a Special Edition of Maruti Suzuki Swift called the Swift Windsong Edition, specifically for them.

The Windsong Edition is basically a Ricep Up version of the basic Suzuki Swift sold in India with added stickers, interior lights & highlights, and a rear spoiler. There are no mechanical changes whatsoever. Sources close to PakWheels told us that engineers from Maruti managed to increase the overall output of the car by 15% just by adding the stripes. He further told us that the stickers alone provide 10% increase in acceleration. That’s an achievement considering the aftermarket rice add-ons only boost the power output of any given car by not more than 5%.

The car is available at dealerships across India at a price tag of INR 514,000 (around PKR 840,000) for the petrol variant and INR 610,000 (around PKR 995,000) for the diesel variant.

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Source: IAB

Fahad Ullah

I build products and review cars for PakWheels. I am also famous for typing more words than anyone wants to read.

  • Alpha Bravo

    Stickers provide 10% increase in acceleration?? How??

  • dany

    sarcasm bro… sarcasm

  • hoomayon

    Amazed at the pricing, how can the manage the car so cheap (8.4 lacs)? economy of scales, cheap electricity, stable country and competitive pricing?

  • Nabeel Farooqui

    I have to admit. This is gorgeous.

  • Saadat

    Man, just producing a commodity on a mass scale is enough to decrease its price significantly… if you produce 200,000 cars an year instead of 2000, the price will automatically fall! 🙂

  • rashid

    wonder when they will add useful features like lights in the doors, rare windshield wipers, a better suspension, a clock!

  • trax

    “Sources close to PakWheels told us that engineers from Maruti managed to increase the overall output of the car by 15% just by adding the stripes. He further told us that the stickers alone provide 10% increase in acceleration. That’s an achievement considering the aftermarket rice add-ons only boost the power output of any given car by not more than 5%.”

    Really??? are you sure you know what you are talking about here?

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