TATA Bolt vs Grand i10 vs Maruti Swift – A Comparative Study

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Tata Bolt

Maruti Suzuki Swift

Hyundai Grand i10


1.2-litre, turbocharged, 4-cylinder

1.2-litre VVT, 4-cylinder

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5-speed manual

5-speed manual

5-speed manual

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1.3-litre Quadrajet, 4-cylinder

1.3-litre, DDiS, 4-cylinder

1.1-litre CRDi, 3-cylinder










5-speed manual

5-speed manual

5-speed manual

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  • Tata Bolt vs Hyundai Grand i10 vs Maruti Swift – Design and Style:

The upcoming Tata Bolt is the latest hatchback series in the company’s model portfolio. The newly unveiled Tata Bolt comes with a distinct style and appearance. The company has designed this hatchback, with striking new cosmetics. The front facade of this hatch is fitted with a sleekly designed headlight cluster that is incorporated with halogen lamps and turn indicator.

This cluster surrounds a signature radiator grille with humanity lines that comes fitted with a chrome plated company logo. Equipped with a wide air intake and a pair of fog lamp bezels that gives a dynamic look to the frontage. 

The ORVM caps and the door handles have been painted in body color. and a  chrome plated strip have been fitted  to the window sill that adds to the style of this hatch. The wheel arches have been fitted with a trendy set of 15-inch alloy wheels that adds an aura of elegance to the sides.

The Vehicle comes with a total length of about 3825 mm and with a total width of 1695 mm. It has a pretty decent height of about 1550 mm, and a large wheelbase of about 2470 mm.

The South Korean auto giant and the India’s second largest auto maker, Hyundai has officially rolled out the brand new hatchback model Hyundai Grand i10.

The design of this hatchback represents the sleek and fluidic style of the brand Hyundai. The front facade has sleek and bold headlight cluster that incorporates powerful headlamps and side turn indicators. 

This headlight cluster compliments the chrome garnished radiator grille, which is small in size and houses a chrome plated company logo. Under this radiator grille, there is a large air dam in the body colored bumper. 

This bumper also comes fitted with a pair of fog lamps that adds more elegance to its front facade.  The side profile of this hatchback is equipped with body colored door handles and external rear view mirrors. The doors are further fitted with black colored moldings that guard this hatch from minor damages. The wheel arches have been assembled with 14 inch steel wheels, which are further covered with full wheel covers.

The Vehicle comes with a total length of about 3765 mm and with a total width of 1660 mm. It has a pretty decent height of about 1520 mm, and a large wheelbase of about 2425 mm.

New Maruti Suzuki Swift looks extremely pleasing from outside. The exteriors are simple yet elegant and perfectly suit the look of an entry-level hatchback. The car is slated grille in black which incorporates Suzuki emblem in chrome. The hawk eye headlights are quite unique in its styling.

Maruti Suzuki has stuck with the formula of continuity and has not changed anything in terms of overall design but has added a few elements both inside and outside to give the car a fresh appeal. The New Maruti Swift came with subtle aesthetic improvements along with a few additional features such as push-button engine start-stop, reverse parking sensors, electronically foldable outside rear-view mirrors, Bluetooth phone integration, and others over the previous version.

The ORVMs are provided with turn indicators and the top-end variants (ZXi/ZDi) are offered with the alloy wheels. The fog lamp housing is redesigned and gets a silver bezel around it.

The new Swift looks fresh and aerodynamic with few changes to its front which are very hard to notice. The car now has much larger headlights which goes back into the body. 

The Vehicle comes with a total length of about 3850 mm and with a total width of 1695 mm. It has a pretty decent height of about 1530 mm, and a large wheelbase of about 2430 mm.

  • Tata Bolt vs Hyundai Grand i10 vs Maruti Swift – Interiors:

The interiors have been done up impressively as well. The cockpit has an impressively designed dashboard with a flawless finish. The company has given it a dual tone look with beige and black color scheme and accentuated it with metallic and chrome inserts.

The seats are well cushioned and have been covered with premium fabric upholstery, while the steering wheel is covered with leatherette material. One of the most important aspects about the interiors is its huge cabin space with a seating arrangement for five passengers with comfortable leg and shoulder space.

A number of other features  of the vehicle being such an AC unit, music system, advanced infotainment system and other utility based functions, which enhances the convenience of the occupants.

The Hyundai Grand i10 Magna mid range trim is blessed with a plush interior cabin.  It has dual tone beige and black interior key color scheme inside the cabin along with blue interior illumination that makes it look rich and elegant.

The company used premium fabric upholstery to cover the well cushioned and wide seats. There is ample cabin space, head room, shoulder space, and leg room available

Available that promises comfortable seating for at least five passengers. Inside this hatch, you can find the beautifully design dashboard that hosts several utility and comfort features including a powerful air conditioner unit, a bright instrument cluster, AC vents and so on.

The new Swift’s entire black interior theme is a carryover from its earlier generation. Looking at Indian’s rising craze for beige interiors, Swift could have been offered in dual tone interiors. The major changes are in the cabin of the Swift keeping it up-to-date with the technological features offered with most cars today.

The interior of the Maruti Suzuki Swift facelift now features cruise control, keyless entry and a button start to keep it on par with the competitors. The top-spec versions of the car continue to get features like climate control, faux leather seats and a music system with Bluetooth, AUX and iPod compatibility, ABS and airbags as seen on the previous model.

It also features Multi information display which includes Fuel efficiency, temperature, trip meter etc. Many other buttons and plastic material used inside this car still has that old unsatisfactory touch. The car has sporty interiors but it’s far behind from the sophistication and quality level of interiors used in Polo and Fabia.

  • Tata Bolt vs Hyundai Grand i10 vs Maruti Swift – Engine:

The company has launched this hatchback series with both petrol and diesel engine options for the customers to choose from.

The petrol variant will be powered by a 1.2-litre Revotron engine that comes incorporated with a multi-point fuel injection system. This engine produces 90 Bhp of power and 140 Nm of torque

On the other hand, the diesel variant comes fitted with a reliable 1.3-litre Quadrajet diesel engine that churns out 75 Bhp of power and 190 Nm of torque.

The five-speed manual gearbox is offered on both the petrol and diesel models.

The all new Hyundai Grand i10 is the mid range powered by both petrol engine and diesel engine.

The petrol variant is powered by 1.2-litre Kappa Dual VTVT petrol engine. This engine develops 81 Bhp of power and 114 Nm. The engine is mated to a five-speed manual and a four-speed automatic gearbox.

The diesel variant is powered by a 1.2-litre three-cylinder diesel engine continues under the hood with the 74 Bhp of power and 190Nm of torque. It also comes mated to a five-speed manual gearbox.

The new Maruti Swift is available both the petrol and diesel engine options are kept for customers to choose from.

The petrol variant is powered by 1.2 litre K series engine with VVT. This engine produces enough peak power of 83.1 Bhp coming at 6000 rpm and torque of 115 Nm at 4000rpm.

The diesel variant 1.3 litre DDIS diesel engine that churns out a maximum power of 74 Bhp at 4000 rpm with a maximum torque output of 190 Nm coming at 2000 rpm.

Both engines in new Swift are mated to five- speed manual gearbox.


  • Tata Bolt vs Hyundai Grand i10 vs Maruti Swift – Ex-Showroom Price New Delhi:

The Tata Bolt has been priced around 4.63 to 7.17 lakhs in India (Ex-Showroom Price New Delhi).

  • Petrol Variant :

XE Petrol – Rs 4.63 lakhs

XM Petrol – Rs 5.32 lakhs

XMS Petrol – Rs 5.55 lakhs

XT Petrol – Rs 6.12 lakhs

  • Diesel Variant:

XE Diesel – Rs 6.11 lakhs

XM Diesel – Rs 6.76 lakhs

XMS Diesel – Rs 6.99 lakhs

XT Diesel – Rs 7.71 lakhs

The Hyundai Grand i10 has been priced in India at 4.59 to 7.31 lakhs (Ex-Showroom Price New Delhi).

  • Petrol Variant:

Era 1.2 Kappa – Rs 4.59 lakhs

Magna 1.2 Kappa – Rs 5.23 lakhs

Sportz 1.2 Kappa – Rs 5.66 lakhs

Sportz 1.2 Kappa – Rs 5.97 lakhs

Magna AT 1.2 Kappa – Rs 5.98 lakhs

Asta 1.2 Kappa – Rs 6.38 lakhs

Sportz (O) AT 1.2 Kappa – Rs 6.81 lakhs

  • Diesel Variant:

Era U2 1.2 CRDi – Rs 5.67 lakhs

Magna U2 1.2 CRDi – Rs 6.16 lakhs

Sportz U2 1.2 CRDi – Rs 6.58 lakhs

Sportz (O) U2 1.2 CRDi – Rs 6.88 lakhs

Asta U2 1.2 CRDi – Rs 7.31 lakhs

The Maruti Swift has been priced in between 5.43 to 9.39 lakhs (Ex-Showroom Price New Delhi).

  • Petrol Variant:

Dzire LXi – 5.43 lakhs

Dzire VXi – 6.27 lakhs

Dzire ZXi – 7.02 lakhs

Dzire ZXi+ – 7.09 lakhs

Dzire VXi AGS – 6.73 lakhs

Dzire ZXi AGS – 7.49 lakhs

Dzire ZXi+ AGS – 8.37 lakhs

  • Diesel Variant:

Dzire LDi – 6.44 lakhs

Dzire ZDi+ – 8.92 lakhs

Dzire VDi – 7.28 lakhs

Dzire VDi AGS – 7.75 lakhs

Dzire ZDi  – 8.04 lakhs

Dzire ZDi AGS – 8.51 lakhs

Dzire ZDi+ AGS – 9.39 lakhs






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