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Model unavailable since Jun 2017
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(launched 2012, facelifted Oct-2013)

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1.6 Plus (A)

Facelifted on Oct-2013

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15.9km/L 134 bhp CVT (A)
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1.6 Premium (A)

Facelifted on Oct-2013

$93,900 (May 2017) spacer spacer
15.9km/L 134 bhp CVT (A)
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1.6 Plus (M)

Facelifted on Oct-2013

$96,900 (Feb 2017) spacer
15.2km/L 134 bhp 6-speed (M)
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1.6 Premium (M)

Facelifted on Oct-2013

$100,900 (Feb 2017) spacer
15.2km/L 134 bhp 6-speed (M)
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1.6 (M)
$111,900 (Dec 2013) spacer
15.4km/L 134 bhp 6-speed (M)
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1.6 (A)
$114,900 (Dec 2013) spacer
16.4km/L 134 bhp CVT (A)
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Suzuki Swift Sport
4 stars - based on 9 reviews
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Car Review - Suzuki Swift Sport 2012 1.6 (A)
The new Swift Sport adopts clever re-engineering in a small package - just what the people at Suzuki does best.
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CONSUMER REVIEWS
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Bang for your Bucks!!!
Test drove the SSS. Liked the handling, the pick up, the interior styling and the no frills approach to driving. Is back to basics. You and your ride. Communicative ride. Love it! Aesthetic wise, it is pleasing to the eye. A very underrated car. Well done champion motors!
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SSS 1.6M
No regret to own this car, as nothing much lost, except boot space, after terminated my 2003 Civic and took up this car. I like its steady but agile handling (good in cornering), swift cut in for overtaking, amazing pickup, (100km/h in less in 9s ), and its high speed performance (cruise at 180km/h w/o panic feeling).All these above outperform most of Japanese car. Fc is not bad, at 11km and above. So generally it is a car which satisfies our daily needs with decent performance and driving pleasure.
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The Sports compact that wanted to grow up.
When the Swift Concept "S" prototype was unveiled, I hoped the production model stick as close to the Concept car as possible. When the Production model was released, I was pleasantly surprised. While the fierce looking spoiler, skirt vents and sport seats were gone in the final model, they kept everything else. Including the darken grille and rear skirt. Being a Suzuki fan and an ex-Swift owner, I couldn't resist but to booked a testdrive. The sport seemed to look slightly bigger than the older model in the exterior and I'm glad the dealer included the HID lights as standard, nevermind the 16" rims as they can be changed. The interior feels slightly bigger. Seating at the rear cabin and you don't feel as claustrophobic as the older sport. The dashboard were kind of meh with the standard silver trimmings to separate it from the normal Swift breed. But the lack of practical compartments is as irritable as the older sport. The small boot makes it abit less practical for one with a family. Ignite the engine and you notice the difference compared to the old Sport. The exhaust note is more subtle this time and I noticed how light the steering feels at carpark speed. Perhaps this is a sign of what to expect from the road? I gunned down the testdrive route, dragging the gears as close to redline as I can, taking the Sport to the corners before I backed down to cruising speed. Thankfully traffic was extremely light for me to push the sport.
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Proud to have chosen this car over every other turbo nutjob
"the Swift Sport is far more a hot hatch than the Focus RS and the Megane RenaultSport and every other turbo nutjob." - Top Gear UK (http://www.topgear.com/uk/suzuki/swift/road-test/sport-three-door-driven) In recent times where turbo engines and quick-shifting auto transmissions are the norms, it's relatively easy for anyone to drive fast and/or well. Simply steer, stop or go. Gone are the days where the difference is the driver. The joy of working the revs and the gear stick, perfecting your footwork, and feeling the nuances of how a good naturally aspirated engine behaves in relation to the tachometer. Cars like these are a dying breed. Even the upcoming Renault Clio RS, one of the most hardcore performance small cars, is going to be turbocharged and available in auto only. Not to mention the strong rumours that the next Civic Type R will have a turbo too. Now in its second iteration, Suzuki has updated some of the Swift Sport's features to keep up with times but left unchanged what makes a proper performance small car. Features-wise, it has all the modern essentials – Thumbdrive/iPod connectivity, HID headlamps, keyless entry and ignition, traction control, climate control, etc. Some exterior design highlights: the fat looking rear with twin exhausts and diffuser, those swept-back blackened headlights upfront, and the fin-like C-pillar. Inside, the design and materials used are much more contemporary compared to the 1st-gen Swift. Sitting position is great - relatively low but with good visibility. Boot space is shockingly small and the rear seats aren’t the most spacious. But neither are concerns to me as my boot and rear seats are empty 99% of the time. I get at least 450km from a full tank even when driving hard. If driven conservatively, 520km is easily achievable. I test-drove many other Cat A performance small cars before deciding on the Swift Sport. Many were faster, many were more premium, many had more features and trinketry. Yet it was the Swift Sport, with its manual gearbox and rev-hungry NA engine, that really stood out and appealed to me.
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Suzuki Swift Sport Mild Hybrid (Launch Date: April 2021)
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Suzuki Swift Sport Mild Hybrid
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$109,900
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ZC Swift/Swift Sport Random Chit Chat Thread v2.0 83 04-Sep-2018
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