The Suzuki Swift
The Suzuki Swift

Suzuki GB is pleased to announce that from January 2010 the popular Swift model will be available in three new grades.

The Swift has been on sale since mid 2005 with UK sales of 54,000 and global production now way past the 1 million units marker. The Suzuki Swift continues to be the popular choice amongst new car buyers and the revised range will give customers a wider choice whilst still remaining affordable; prices start from £9,190.

Replacing the previous GL and GLX models, the new grades are SZ2, SZ3 and SZ4 with engine choices of 1.3-litre petrol and 1.3-litre DDiS; the 1.5-litre petrol model continues to be available with automatic transmission only.

The Suzuki Swift SZ4 model now includes automatic air conditioning and alloy wheels as standard; The 1.6-litre Swift Sport remains unaffected in the range.

Key features of the new grades include:

Suzuki Swift SZ2 Suzuki Swift SZ3 Suzuki Swift SZ4

Commenting on the new range, David Seward, Director of Sales and Marketing explains; "The new grade Swift models allow us to ensure we are giving our customers as much choice as possible when purchasing a new car and to do so in an affordable way. By offering three new grades of Swift customers can tailor their car to their preference. The Swift is an excellent choice to make in the current climate as consumers look to downsize their vehicle and move to smaller, more tax efficient cars."


Published : 14/12/09 Author : Staff

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