New Suzuki Swift passes the two million mark
The all new Suzuki Swift was launched in September last year; it is lighter, more powerful and more economical than before
The all new Suzuki Swift was launched in September last year; it is lighter, more powerful and more economical than before. Global sales of the Suzuki Swift have recently passed the two million mark it is driven in 124 countries and regions of the world and has won 67 awards in 26 countries.
The new Suzuki Swift was awarded the ‘Best Small Car’ by the Association of Scottish Motoring Writers. It also won the ‘Safety’ category for its equipment list of seven airbags, ESP and Five stars NCAP crash test rating which is available across the range as standard.
The Suzuki Swift is available from £10,210 for SZ2 three door with a 1.2-litre Dual VVT (Variable Valve Timing) engine offering 56.5mpg on the combined fuel consumption cycle and emissions of just 116g/km. Three ‘SZ’ model grades are available with three or five doors. A low emissions Suzuki Swift 1.3 DDiS diesel (109g/km) will be available this summer.