- Segment leader with over 2.3 million proud owners
- Leading the premium hatchback for the 15th year since its launch in 2005
New Delhi, January 23, 2021: Maruti Suzuki Swift successfully reinforced its glorious legacy by becoming the best-selling car in calendar year 2020. Backed by Maruti Suzuki’s values of trust and reliability, Swift has created a benchmark in the industry by being the preferred choice of Indian customers. With its dynamic features, global styling, solid stance and power-packed performance it has surpassed its own records.
Speaking on the milestone, Shashank Srivastava, Executive Director (Marketing & Sales), Maruti Suzuki India Limited, said, “Maruti Suzuki Swift has been the best-selling premium hatchback in the country for the past 15 years with over 2.3 million delighted customers. Despite the adverse impact of COVID-19, brand Swift sold over 160,700 units in CY 2020, emerging as the top brand in the pecking order. We take this opportunity to thank our loyal customers for their constant support and trust in brand Swift. I am confident that with continuous customer support Swift will successfully achieve many more milestones in future.”
The sporty Maruti Suzuki Swift with its global styling and outstanding engine performance is the only car to win the prestigious Indian Car of the Year (ICOTY) award three times for each of its generation. With more than 53% customers below the age of 35 years, Maruti Suzuki Swift has established itself as the ‘Coming of the age’ car with its tech-savvy features, value-for-money offerings and sporty design. Customers vouch for Swift’s bold and distinctive look, sweptback LED headlamps, aggressive front grille and cockpit-style interiors. In addition, the advanced technology and safety features strengthen Swift’s distinguished legacy.
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