Maruti Swift might well be one of the highest-selling cars in the country for years now, but it is not too renowned for its build quality.
In this YouTube Shorts clip, a Maruti Swift owner is seen testing the build quality of the hatchback by colliding it with brick structures. Now, this is surely not a popular way of testing the toughness of the vehicles and we certainly don’t recommend it. Nevertheless, the rules of engagement on the internet and among content creators are slightly unconventional. Therefore, let us check out how well the body surface of the Swift handles this unique abuse.
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Maruti Swift Build Quality Test Using Brick Structures
The YouTuber is seen in an isolated location surrounded by brick structures. His white-coloured hatchback is seen reversing and moving forward in a confined space. At both ends, there are concrete structures on which the driver decides to touch the Swift to test the damage. Interestingly, the front bumper is seen damaged despite this experiment taking place at low speeds. At damage to the rear is still unclear as the tail section is not entirely visible. After a few seconds, the YouTuber is seen hitting the bonnet and headlight with a rod. Now, these actions may be inspired by the urge to create content, but the results are clear.
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Maruti is working on making its vehicles stronger and safer. Indian buyers are becoming more and more aware and conscious of the relevance of safety equipment in cars. Hence, they take into consideration the safety rating and features before making the final decision to buy a particular car. Indian carmakers have contributed immensely to this phenomenon. We hope, Maruti also works on its products to make them safer, in turn making our roads safe because it is the largest carmaker in the country by a mile.
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The Maruti Swift comes with a 1.2-litre NA petrol engine with a mild hybrid setup that develops 88 hp and 113 Nm of peak power and torque. As far as the transmission goes, there is the option of choosing between a 5-speed manual or a 5-speed AMT gearbox. Currently, the prices range between Rs 5.92 lakh and Rs 8.85 lakh, ex-showroom. We might soon witness a facelift version of the famous hatchback with new styling elements and more features.
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