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(launched 2021)

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1.4 Turbo Standard (M)
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$11,600 /yr 21.2km/L 127 bhp 6-speed (M)
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1.4 Turbo Standard Two-Tone (M)
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$11,700 /yr 21.2km/L 127 bhp 6-speed (M)
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Price updated 18-Nov-2021

Suzuki Swift Sport Mild Hybrid
4 stars - based on 2 reviews
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Car Review - Suzuki Swift Sport Mild Hybrid 1.4 Turbo (M)
With a perky drivetrain and a manual gearbox, the new Suzuki Swift Sport is ample proof that you don't need a lot of power to have a ton of fun.
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Don’T be taken a back by it’S small engine. The Suzuki Swift booster jet engine has a responsive and punchy feel when you give a light tap to the throttle. The interior has also since improved tremendously from the previous generations. There is also plenty of boot space with the option to knock down the rear seats for extra storage space to place bulkier items. The new swift sport definitely packs performance and practicality in one package.
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I’Ve been waiting for a 1tonne Turbo Manual Car for the longest time. The 1tonne category has been dominated by NA cars like Jazz Rs, Fit, Swift Sport and the older Lotus which is 2 seater. But nothing much in the ‘1 tonne daily driven car’ With turbo and has high torque. The car is super easy off the line, the benefit of the turbo from previous gen NA swift sports (zc31 & Zc32) is very obvious. There is no need to rev to 4000 rpm to get the pickup, its extremely torquey from 2000rpm onwards. As it has small turbo, it does run out of steam after 5000 rpm but for daily commute, you dont get to there often. The mild hybrid adds an extra 13bhp & 50nm torque to the power band which is not listed on paper (129bhp). Comes in useful to aid the turbo and the 1.4L engine. I only hoped it was a full hybrid instead of mild hybrid so you can cruise on battery itself. The drive is very sharp and nimble. Amazing factory monroe shocks that is on the firm side. No need for aftermarket coilovers unless you want to track or lower the car alot. Seats are comfortable & Hugging. The 2 things that left me wanting more is the un-snappy manual gearstick (brought over from zc32) and the lack of oomph of the exhaust note (due to GPF). Both can be fix with plenty of aftermarket parts. One feature i would point out is the adaptive cruise control. I never thought i wanted ACC on a manual but its amazing when i just want to rest my legs on the expressway & Let it accelerate & Brake on my behalf. Disable with a light tap on brakes & Attack the corners exiting the expressway. Probably the first Manual Hybrid Turbo Car in the world with ACC. If you are reading this far down, you must have read the confusing comparisons with the JDM non-hybrid K14C. All i can say is that there is absolutely nothing between the 2 cars. The bhp is similar after adding the hybrid motor. This car in real world clocks 7.6sec to 100km/h, far faster than the stated 9secs. So do not be ‘Brainwashed’ By social media and test the car yourself to make the judgement. There is nothing else in this category. With thousands of Aftermarket parts for your picking to make it a track weapon. Do yourself a favor & Test drive one.
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