New Suzuki Swift Gets An Attitude Adjustment In The UK

Suzuki has launched a special edition of the its supermini in the UK, called the Swift Attitude.

It’s based on the entry-level SZ3, to which it adds a few extra gizmos, for a starting price of £13,499 ($17,362/€15,227), or £1,000 ($1,286/€1,128) more than the SZ3.

Available in solid Fervent Red and metallic Pure White, Premium Silver, Mineral Grey, Super Black and Burning Red, as a £485 ($624/€547) option, the Swift Attitude comes with a few exterior design updates.

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The mesh front grille with chrome trim, carbon effect front, side and rear skirts, rear upper spoiler and black/polished 16-inch alloy wheels differentiate the special edition from the rest of the Swift family.

The extra bits join the list of standard gear found in the SZ3. Among them, clients will find rear privacy glass, LED daytime running lights, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, air conditioning and DAB radio with Bluetooth.

Suzuki is offering this version of the Swift solely with a petrol engine, namely the 1.2-liter Dualjet four-cylinder unit that puts out 90 PS (89 hp / 66 kW) and is paired to a five-speed manual transmission.

Under the NEDC regs, the Swift 1.2 averages 60.1 mpg UK (4.7 l/100 km / 50 mpg US) and emits 108 g/km of CO2, whereas according to the new WLTP standard, the carbon dioxide emissions are 124 g/km.

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  • Bash

    Another Mild and barely noticeable addition. hence, useless.

    • Loquacious Borborygmus

      One for the Grandmas.

      • Bash

        😂 lol

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