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Thursday, May 24, 2012

By Manoj Kumawat

Swift driver pushes the car to deliver 29.7kmpl in a marathon economy drive

The very prominent Suzuki Swift DDis displayed a lot of potential when an Auckland motoring reporter finishes a marathon economy drive from Auckland to Wellington in New Zealand and moreover getting back to inside 60km of heading home in Auckland in just one time filled fuel tank. It does sound like a very adventurous trip, but it is a bit hectic and long journey.


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The Auckland motoring reporter, namely Donn Anderson took Suzuki Swift DDis for a spin of 1240 km and consumers only 42 litres of fuel that in turn helped the car to deliver an absolutely impressive mileage of 29.76 km per litre. Anderson drove this hatchback on very daily routes, road with potholes, open highways, rugged terrains, town roads and congested city roads.


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In spite of driving the sporty Suzuki Swift DDiS, Donn Anderson drove the car between the speeds of 50 to 60 mile per hour. During this trip, he faced the bad weather conditions, such as heavy winds, torrential rain etc. if there were favorable weather conditions, Donn would have certainly take the car much further. However, it will be interesting to see how this hatchback manages and covers up how many kilometers in India with a full tank. It is expected that even in India, the car will deliver impressive mileage.

Comments (4)

Vikas Jain

Thursday, May 24, 2012

New Maruti Swift not only poses great and stunning looks but the car is fully equipped with a world class technology and advanced features that makes the car a great performer...


Friday, May 25, 2012

Swift does't give 29.7 kmpl mileage on long speed drive.

Lucky Singh

Friday, May 25, 2012

Now in time Maruti Swift can be good for car lovers.

Andrew Juhi

Friday, June 01, 2012

mileage very much depends on the quality of oil used... undoubtedly auckland's quality of diesel would be far better than our country's

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