New Suzuki Swift Now Available in the UK

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The British division of Suzuki announced today the availability of the new Swift supermini model on the local market, which comes in three specification grades, namely SZ2, SZ3 and SZ4. All grades are equipped with seven airbags and ESP as standard.

SZ2 has front passenger airbag deactivation facility, electric front windows, remote central door locking with deadlocks, electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors, MP3 / WMA compatible CD tuner with USB port and steering wheel mounted audio controls.

SZ3 adds manual air conditioning and 16” Alloy wheels with SZ4 including automatic air conditioning, Bluetooth integrated audio unit with music streaming capability, electric front and rear windows, push button keyless start, automatic headlamps, rear privacy glass (five-door models) and cruise control as standard.

The new Swift is fitted with a Euro 5 compliant 1.2-litre petrol engine incorporating Dual VVT (variable intake and
exhaust valve timing) and producing 94 PS and 118 Nm.

Fuel consumption on the combined cycle has improved, now rated at 56.5 mpg (4.16 l/100km) for the manual transmission model. Emissions are much lower as well, with the new 1.2-litre engine producing 116g/km on the combined cycle, which is a 17% improvement over the 1.3-litre unit. An optional four-speed automatic transmission will also be available on SZ3 and SZ4 five-door models.

A revised 1.3-litre diesel engine will be on sale from next spring, emitting 109g/km of CO2 and with a combined fuel consumption of 67.3 mpg (3.5 l/100km).

The new Swift is available in nine colours - seven metallic (Smokey Green, Kashmir Blue, Halactic Grey, Silky Silver, Sunlight Copper Pearl, Cosmic Black Pearl and Cool White Pearl) and two solid (Bright Red and Superior White). Pricing for the new Swift starts at GBP9,995.
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