The Suzuki Swift has made some big changes and all models are now fitted with Suzuki’s enhanced 12V Hybrid system (Available Grades are SZ-L, SZ-T, SZ5 and SZ5 ALLGRIP).
facelifted for 2021 model year introduces the revised front-end styling, higher standard specification, and even further emphasis on safety equipment levels across the range.
The Swift is head turning from every angle, the sporty-looking Swift gets attention wherever it goes & the new K12D 1.2-litre Dualjet Hybrid four-cylinder engine offers CO2 emissions from just 111g/km (WLTP Regulation) and combined fuel consumption of up to 57.2mpg (WLTP). With great fuel economy this keeps fuel costs to a minimum, while a Euro NCAP 5-star rating means it’s one of the safest cars on the road.
With many new features added the swift comes kitted out with everything you will need. There's adaptive cruise control, brake assist, keyless entry with start button and even a telescopic-adjustable steering wheel.
With the swift’s sharp handling and innate responsiveness, this compact car is so much fun to drive, you might not want to get out.
Fuel efficiency is further enhanced when paired with the self-charging hybrid system powered by a new lithium-ion battery with capacity upgraded from 3Ah to 10Ah to improve energy recovery efficiency.
Available as standard equipment for all Swift models, the upgraded 12V Hybrid system is a compact and lightweight unit that incorporates an Integrated Starter Generator (known as ISG) which acts as both a generator and starter motor, the ISG is belt driven and assists the engine during vehicle take off and acceleration and also generates electricity through regenerative braking. In situations that require higher fuel use, such as when starting from a standstill or accelerating, the hybrid system helps suppress fuel consumption by providing electric motor assist using electricity generated through regenerative braking.
For the Swift with 2WD and manual transmission the Hybrid system helps Suzuki reach a CO2 emissions figure of just 111g/km (WLTP regulation) plus achieve a fuel consumption figure of 57.2mpg (WLTP) on the combined cycle.
Swift Sport Hybrid with 48V system and new K14D Boosterjet engine was introduced earlier in 2020 and is currently the only self-charging warm hatch model amongst its competitors.
An enhanced range of Suzuki Genuine Accessories will be available for Swift 2021 Facelift models, including new exterior and interior design items as well as updates to some of the existing Swift accessories line-up.
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