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I liketo buy anew car. i had shortlisted to maruti swift & ritz. iam bit confused between the two. i like to know the difference between the two with regards to brakes, suspension nd overall performance. kindly help.

By Senthil on Jun 6, 2009


  • Expert Hi,
    Maruti Swift and Ritz have the same engine.In ritz the engine is upgraded with additional features in interiors like iCATS immobiliser,white background instrument clusture etc.
    Answer by Shiva Shankar on Jun 7, 2009

  • few months ago i have maruti swift vxi but i dont like that car couz his avrg. is 7kmpl in city so i sold it and but new maruti swift vdi. this car is fantastick result. now i have 25kmpl on highway and 19 kmpl in city. rits and swith both engine is same so witch 1 u like go for that car. dont buy petrol only but disel ok bye
    Answer by Milin Gandhi on Jun 7, 2009

  • Hi.................I am happy with Swift VXI ,about average it give me 15 kmpl and ritz i have not a idea about it
    Answer by Balasaheb on Jun 8, 2009

  • i own a swift for last 3 years. The car is great not a single problem with the car. Its petrol and gives me comfortably 11 kms in city with AC on. You need to service the car strictly as per the company schedule and then its a dream. It gives 17 kms on the highway. If you do not have more than 30kms to 40 kms a day then buy petrol if running is more please buy diesel.

    About ritz i cant say as i do not own one and its relatively small. The boot is much smaller than swift so if you plan to take car out of town often this point needs consideration.

    Answer by Kshitish on Jun 8, 2009

  • Hi Senthil,
    I recommend buying a SWIFT VDI(Diesel).Compare it with any other car in the segment n you would find it the most practical,economical and simply superb.The diesel engine clubbed with Swift's wheelbase and transmission gives it tht extra edge. It is very good for city as well as long drives. The Rits, though good is smaller in wheelbase and width. I strongly recommend Swift and if u can stretch ur budget SWIFT Diesel D-Zire.
    Answer by Manish Upadhyay on Jun 8, 2009

    Answer by SAMIT on Jun 8, 2009

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