Ford Figo AT vs Maruti Suzuki Swift AMT vs Hyundai Grand i10 Nios AMT: Spec comparo

By Aditya Jadhav | on July 30, 2021

The Ford Figo petrol automatic has made a comeback. This time it gets a smaller power plant and a true blue torque convertor automatic gearbox on offer. Let’s find out where does it stand in the segment.

Ford has re-entered its Figo in the small automatic hatchback race. This space is dominated by Maruti Suzuki Swift and the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios, so we put the three B-segment hatchbacks one against another on paper to compare their offerings.

Before we begin the comparo, we would like to bring to your notice that the Nios is the only hatchback that gets a diesel-automatic variant, that the Swift and the Figo miss out on. However, to keep the comparison even we shall consider the petrol-automatic models of all the three said hatchbacks.

Maruti Suzuki Swift


A 1.2-litre petrol motor is common between the three. The Nios and the Swift get a four-cylinder layout, and the Figo has a more compact three-cylinder layout. Between the three, Ford Figo uses a torque convertor automatic whereas the other two come equipped with an AMT. The Ford Figo is the most powerful hatchback in comparison and the Swift is just shy of 6bhp to match the Figo’s power output.


Ford Figo petrol-AT

Maruti Suzuki Swift AMT

Hyundai Grand i10 Nios petrol-AMT

Displacement & layout

1,194cc in-line three-cylinder

1,197cc in-line four-cylinder

1,197cc in-line four-cylinder


95bhp at 6,500rpm

88bhp at 6,000rpm

82bhp at 6,000rpm


119Nm at 4,250rpm

113Nm at 4,400rpm

114Nm at 4,000rpm


6-speed Torque convertor Automatic

5-speed AMT

5-speed AMT


Variants & Features

The Swift AMT and the Nios AMT get four variants to chose from while the Figo Automatic is offered in two variants. The Ford Figo misses out on projector headlamps that the rivals benefit from. The Nios AMT misses out on the hill-hold function and an electronic stability program that the Figo automatic and the Swift AMT come equipped with. Additionally, the Figo gets traction control and four airbags (total six airbags) over the two.

A touch-operated infotainment system is common between the three and the hatchbacks come equipped car connected software from their respective manufacturers.

Hyundai Grand i10 NIOS Front Quarter Motion


The Hyundai Grand i10 Nios AMT is the most affordable on the list with a starting price of Rs 6.62 lakh (ex-showroom). The Maruti Suzuki Swift demands Rs 7.01 lakh (ex-showroom) for its lowest-spec automatic variant. The Ford Figo automatic carries the highest entry-level price tag of Rs 7.75 lakh (ex-showroom).

With respect to their top-spec variants, the Nios is the most affordable hatchback at Rs 7.86 lakh (ex-showroom). The Figo Titanium + petrol-auto is priced at Rs 8.20 lakh (ex-showroom). The Swift is the most expensive offering that costs Rs 8.56 lakh (ex-showroom) for its ZXi+ AMT with a dual-tone paint scheme.

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