SUZUKI’S All New Swift Makes Its Debut in Geneva
All-new Swift – on sale in the UK and Republic of Ireland from June 2017. Up to 10 per cent lighter, 19 per cent more powerful and 8 per cent more fuel efficient than outgoing model. Available as a Five-door model only in SZ3, SZ-T and SZ5 grades; pricing to be announced in May 2017. 90hp 1.2-litre four cylinder Dualjet engine offers CO2 emissions of 98g/km and 65.7mpg for manual transmission model. 111PS 1.0-litre three cylinder Boosterjet turbo engine offers CO2 emissions of 104g/km and 61.4mpg for manual transmission model. Boosterjet engine now available with Suzuki’s SHVS mild hybrid system (Smart Hybrid Vehicle by Suzuki) offering CO2 emissions of 97g/km. Third all-new model utilising Suzuki’s ‘HEARTECT’ lightweight platform strategy – kerb weight of just 890kg for SZ3 model. Available with ALLGRIP ‘AUTO’ 4WD system. Global Swift sales of 5.4 million units since 2005 1 million sales in Europe since 2005, 127,000 in the UK. Manufactured for Europe at the Sagara plant in Japan. Following on from its launch in the Japanese domestic market late last year, Suzuki Motor Corporation now unveils the new European Swift at the Geneva Motor Show as its all-new global supermini. It carries forward the Swift DNA while adopting completely new styling and a performance-enhancing extremely light body with advanced safety technologies. The result is exterior European flair complemented by a sporty and functional interior, nimble and agile driving, and enhanced peace of mind. In addition to its stylish exterior design in a compact size of just 3,840mm long, the new Swift features excellent visibility, a spacious cabin and ample luggage space. The development goal was to create an all new hatchback styling that is undoubtedly Suzuki. Swift is a very popular and important car in the range and has reached 5.4 million sales globally in less than 12 years, faster than any other Suzuki model.
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