The aftermarket industry in India is growing in leaps and bounds. People are getting more and more attracted to customizing their vehicles with unique elements. Here is one such example.
This video shows how to convert your Maruti Swift from LXi to ZXi trim with a reasonable budget. People are getting smarter and opt to save a ton of money by installing some key features in the aftermarket to get the convenience of top trim and paying the price for a lower trim. Swift is one of the most selling hatchbacks in the country. People get attracted to various aspects of it. This video shows how one could easily convert a base trim to the top trim using genuine spare parts from Maruti Suzuki.
Maruti Swift LXi Convert To ZXi
The video has been uploaded by a YouTuber who frequently covers such stories. This time around, he takes us through the transformation of the LXi variant of the Swift to the ZXi variant in just Rs 35,000. On the outside, there are quite a few changes. This includes things like the addition of fog lamps, OEM wheel covers after painting the wheels black, chrome garnish under the window line, chrome strip on the side body cladding, blacked-out A, B and C-pillars, High-Quality Rain Visors, black roof-mounted rear spoiler, black tape around the taillamps, LED vertical stop lamp on the C-pillar, etc. All these tiny details have a greater overall impact and it becomes difficult to tell from the outside which variant of Swift this actually is.
On the inside, there have been quite a few changes as well. The door panels have been transformed like in the top trim of the Swift with power windows controls and fabric on the doors, tweakers on the A-pillars, chrome garnish on the dashboard, Android Infotainment System with 2GB RAM and 16GB storage, Steering Mounted Controls, Premium Seats, Damping in the doors to keep the noise and vibrations from outside in check, among other details. The car modification studio assures that all the parts are genuine accessories from Maruti Suzuki and have a warranty like on the equipment in the factory-fitted car. The entire budget of Rs 35,000 fully justifies the transformation.