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    Dear All,

    What is the speed limit for brand new swift as I have drive it about 300 KM I want to know can I drive it 100 kmh ??? waiting.........your suggestions.

    Also tell me what are the initial instructions for brand new swift..I mean what should we check air pressure, engine oil break oil etc


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    The thing must come with a quick reference Guide / Manual,.. this must answer you small queries.

    You can drive at 100 kph, but avoid sudden acceleration and driving at high speed fro longer time periods.

    Regarding tyre pressures and other maintenance, you should check tyre pressure atleast once in a week or fortnightly. as correct tyre pressure is directly related to the comfort of ride and fuel economy.

    If ur Car has Automatic transmission then its better to change the Transmission oil and filter both at 60-70K kms. if it is Manual, than no need to change until u feel, it has lost it colour and smells burnt stc.

    keep an eye on break oil and power steering oil.

    And lastly New ride Mubarak ho, Drive safe and have fun
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    you should better not push it beyond 100 km/h for the break in period. The main point to take care during this period is no hard breaking and accelerating. Just get the tyre pressure checked from some electric pump. N get the oil changed after 5000km. U will also be required to change the transmission fluid at 5000km. Also, don't forget to make the 1000km visit to the 3S dealer for general check-up.

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    Buddy no problem at all to accelerate the car upto 100 or more.
    New car comes with warranty, so no need to worry.
    Wo kya kehte hain.. Baad ke rone se pehle rona behter hai.

    If any problem occured then contact dealer.
    I had purchased three times brand new car and accelerates as much as i want.
    What i think, check vehicle by giving hard tests,

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    Quote Originally Posted by shumsoh View Post
    Buddy no problem at all to accelerate the car upto 100 or more.
    New car comes with warranty, so no need to worry.
    Wo kya kehte hain.. Baad ke rone se pehle rona behter hai.

    If any problem occured then contact dealer.
    I had purchased three times brand new car and accelerates as much as i want.
    What i think, check vehicle by giving hard tests,
    good running is very important for longer engine life.
    don't go over 100. don't drive at constant speed for long.
    don't suddenly accelerate.
    if you go over 100 come back in few minutes

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