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Suzuki's supermini has been subjected to modest but important upgrades, making it even more desirable.
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Suzuki Swift gets a revamp

Suzuki Swift gets a revamp

Suzuki has been busy working on a better version of its well-liked Swift model, resulting in a revamp that makes it one of the best, most environmentally friendly superminis on the market today.

Some of the changes to Swift include the additional front fog lamps and LED daytime running lights, a navigation system, DAB radio and a new colour (Amethyst Grey Pearl Metallic).

This will be on top of the standard features, which includes automatic air conditioning, electric rear windows, rear privacy glass, push button keyless start, automatic headlamps, cruise control and heated mirrors.

The Japanese car manufacturer has invested in these subtle but important modifications because it considers the Swift to be a "strategic" model, a fact which is supported by strong sales.

It is no surprise given that it exudes confidence – whether it is to do with style, safety, driving performance, fuel economy and low CO2 emissions, the Swift excels in every regard.

"A gear shift indicator has now been added to help aid fuel efficiency as well as Tyre Pressure Monitor System (TPMS) for added driver safety," Suzuki added. "These two features have also now been added to the 1.6-litre Sport model."

Posted by Louise ClarkADNFCR-3205-ID-801726975-ADNFCR