New Suzuki Swift Attitude
Did you know... the Suzuki Swift Attitude special edition is aimed at young drivers?
Did you know... the Suzuki Swift Attitude special edition is aimed at young drivers? That could be risky, as youngsters tend to have a fair chunk of 'attitude' themselves. Mixing the two could, therefore, be more explosive than juggling with bombs. Can you imagine the horror? We could have moody teenagers who think bad attitude makes them cool - mixed with a stylish little car that reinforces this message. Oh dear! But perhaps we should give the Attitude the benefit of the doubt. After all, it is a nice car; albeit one with a strange name.The Suzuki Swift Attitude is based on the 1.2-litre SZ3 variant. As such, its suits hard-up youngsters as it is cheaper to run than their skateboards. This three/five-door run-around therefore averages 56.5mpg, sits in a low insurance group, and can be taxed annually for £30. Gadgets include the: electronic stability programme, seven air-bags, air-con, and a USB port for 'attitude' enhancing tunes. These are brought forward from the SZ3. Extras for this special edition include privacy glass and fog lights, plus sportier looks. This takes the form of the carbon fibre style roof and door mirrors, and a spoiler. No wonder it has attitude.