2017 Suzuki Swift UK prices and specs officially announced
Suzuki’s announced official prices for its compact Swift. It’s offered in three trim levels and costs from less than £11,000
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- Official UK Suzuki Swift prices announced
- Offered with three engine combinations
- Four-wheel drive and an automatic gearbox available
- Swift priced from £10,999
Suzuki’s announced just how much its new Swift will cost. This new Ford Fiesta rival is offered with 1.0-litre and 1.2-litre petrol engines, a mild-hybrid system and even four-wheel drive. Entry-level cars cost from £10,999 while top-spec cars will set you back £15,499 when they go on sale on 1 June 2017.
2017 Suzuki Swift prices
Here’s a complete price list for the new Suzuki Swift:
|1.2-litre SZ3 Dualjet – manual gearbox||£10,999|
|1.0-litre SZ-T Boosterjet – manual gearbox||£12,999|
|1.0-litre SZ5 Boosterjet SHVS hybrid – manual gearbox||£14,499|
|1.0-litre SZ5 Boosterjet – automatic gearbox||£15,849|
|1.2-litre SZ5 SHVS ALLGRIP four-wheel drive – manual gearbox||£15,499|
Entry-level SZ3 models come with six airbags, air conditioning, a leather-trimmed steering wheel and electric front windows. The stereo features DAB digital radio and Bluetooth compatibility as standard while LED running lights and 15-inch alloy wheels are also fitted to this £10,999 model.
Mid-range SZ-T models feature the same equipment as SZ3 versions but add a rear-view camera, upgraded smartphone mirroring capabilities, front fog lights and larger 16-inch alloy wheels. Range-topping SZ5 cars come with all the SZ-T’s features but also include sat nav, keyless entry, forward collision detection and electric rear windows as standard.
An automatic gearbox is only available on top-spec £15,849 Swift SZ5 models fitted with Suzuki’s 1.0-litre turbocharged Boosterjet engine while four-wheel drive is reserved for £15,499 1.2-litre SZ5 models fitted with the firm’s fuel-saving SHVS mild-hybrid system. This clever combination of a small battery pack and a combined starter motor/generator is also offered on £14,499 1.0-litre SZ5 models fitted with a manual gearbox.
Suzuki’s confirmed metallic paint will cost an extra £485 across the range while a two-tone finish – where the Swift’s roof is painted a contrasting colour to its bodywork – will set you back £650. Order books will open on 1 June 2017.
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