Julie Winward With Her New Suzuki Swift
Julie Winward With Her New Suzuki Swift

In a national competition run in the Daily Mail newspaper, a lucky Middlesbrough lady has won a brand new Suzuki Swift SZ2 3-door worth £9,995 on-the-road. The prize car was handed over to Julie Winward at Stoneacre Suzuki this week. Julie entered the competition in the Daily Mail which was run in conjunction with the launch of the all new Suzuki Swift. The competition was aimed to demonstrate to readers how the Suzuki Swift was "designed for your life" and was part of four advertorials which were run in the publication. Julie commented: "I am over the moon with my new Swift. It's a beautiful car and I am very much looking forward to driving it."

Stoneacre Suzuki, Middlesbrough, offers a wide range of cars including the highly successful Suzuki Alto, Splash, SX4, Jimny Compact 4X4 and Grand Vitara models as well as the latest Suzuki Swift. New Suzuki Swift makes strong developments in styling, impact safety, driving performance and handling as well as offering improved fuel consumption and significantly lower emissions. Unmistakably an evolution of its predecessor, the new Suzuki Swift is even better in the ways that count most: more fun to drive thanks to exhilarating, sporty handling as well as being more attractive to look at thanks to a more sophisticated modern design. It's an even clearer reflection of Suzuki's desire to offer a sports compact that is perfectly suited to the lifestyles and demands of today.

Published : 01/12/10 Author : Staff

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