The brand new 2017 Suzuki Swift definitely shares the same platform with the larger Baleno. It features a relatively low roofline, but it’s offset by a longer wheelbase. Wider employment of durable steels in the construction has resulted in a considerable weight saving for the 2017 Suzuki Swift. For instance, entry-level versions with 1.2 engines don’t weigh more than 890kg, thus saving up to 120kg, compared to their predecessors.
Interior space has surged by 25%, while luggage storage space has added from 200 to 254 liters. As for access, it’s also improved due to a body optimized for a five-door layout, as it’s the only format possible for the new model. If you look ahead of the vehicle’s you’ll notice what’s hidden there – rear door handles.
£2000 is the car’s base price. It definitely exceeds the old model, though the fresh Swift boasts a considerably longer technical features list.
A Dualjet 1.2-litre four-cylinder motor is its powerplant, generating 89bhp and 65.7mpg respectively. The engine’s emissions account for 98g/km. Tthe interior offers us a leather-wrapped steering wheel, six airbags, air conditioning, digital radio with Bluetooth as well as default front electric speakers. 15in alloy wheels and LED day running lights make up the car’s sleek exterior.