Suzuki Swift S Manual

The original Suzuki Swift was launched in Australia in 1984, and with a zippy 1.3 litre engine, good build quality and attractive pricing, soon became a favourite with consumers. Owners that have kept Swift’s long term have also been rewarded with class leading reliability, and there plenty of originals still on the road today. The new model was previewed at the Sydney Motor Show, in 2004 and released in February 2005. Developed in Europe, Suzuki believe the new Swift will have wide international appeal., it’s available as a five door in Australia, with a 1.5 litre engine with a choice of either manual or automatic transmission It replaces the Suzuki Ignis in the Suzuki model line up.

The market place has changed dramatically since the launch of the Suzuki Swift back in the eighties, with new manufacturers and models now available in the small car class that weren’t on the radar years ago. Back then the Suzuki Swift won a solid following by providing a lively, reliable small car at the right price. The New Swift captures enough of these original elements and adds a comprehensive list of standard features and a fresh, contemporary design to the mix. Anyone thinking of purchasing a new small vehicle should consider adding the new Swift to their shopping list. Download Suzuki Swift S Manual here

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