2017 Suzuki Swift UK prices and specs officially announced

Nick Lette van Oostvoorne
April 27, 2017

Suzuki’s announced official prices for its compact Swift. It’s offered in three trim levels and costs from less than £11,000

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:

Suzuki Swift On-the-road-price
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.