Suzuki swift sport 2017
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Suzuki Swift Sport (2012-2017) review
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The Suzuki Swift Sport is a hot hatch back that delivers sparkling handling, spirited performance and great value for money. At the heart of its appeal is a high-revving bhp naturally-aspirated 1. The Swift Sport also features lowered and stiffened suspension, making it even more entertaining to drive than the already engaging standard car. The Swift Sport is available in both three and five-door bodystyles — although both lag behind the best in class for space and practicality. That said, this lack of space is less of a problem on the driver-focused Sport than it is on more run-of-the-mill versions. For instance, all versions get keyless entry, a touchscreen sat-nav, climate control, Bluetooth connection and high intensity discharge headlamps.
Jump to navigation. Instant information like this used to be the preserve of Nissan Skylines and the hotter Subarus , but now you can have it in this small hot hatch. As you may have guessed by now, this is our first taste of what the new Swift Sport will be like when it arrives on our shores in spring Most notably, this new Swift Sport has a downsized engine compared with the spritely outgoing version , with that car's naturally aspirated 1. Suzuki has yet to publish performance or fuel consumption figures for the European specification Swift Sport, partly because the car is fractionally wider.
It's the successor to one of the world's favourite warm hatches – and this time it's turbocharged.
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Prior to this, the "Swift" nameplate had been applied to the Suzuki Cultus in numerous export markets. The Suzuki Swift began in as a marketing and manufacturing rebadge of the Suzuki Cultus , a supermini or subcompact manufactured and marketed worldwide across three generations and four body configurations—three-door hatchback , four-door sedan , five-door hatchback and two-door convertible —and using the Suzuki G engine family. Versions of the second generation Cultus were also produced until in India and the car remains in production today in Pakistan and China. The first generation Swift was introduced in as a replacement for the Suzuki Cultus. Outside Japan, the " Suzuki Ignis " name was used. Both three- and five-door hatchback body styles were offered, although the three-door was not offered as part of the regular lineup in Japan.
The third generation Swift Sport is lighter and more powerful than before with its kerb weight reduced by 80kg to kg and an torque increased by 70Nm to Nm. Suzuki claim the car has greater driving stability, optimized roll rigidity, and improved dynamic response compared to its predecessor and has been fitted with Monroe front shock absorbers which gives the car a 15 per cent increase in camper rigidity during cornering. However, the overall shape and design is more angular and aggressive and the features black gloss painted elements to give it an overall sporty character. Carbon fibre-stay embossing has ben added on the front grille. The exclusive Champion Yellow paint colour which is now available to choose has been borrowed from the Suzuki Works rally cars. It is also larger than its predecessors with a 20mm longer wheelbase and 40mm wider tread at both the front and the rear of the car.
New 2017 Suzuki Swift Sport: fresh pictures of angry new hatch
After a teaser and some leaked images of the official brochure, the new Suzuki Swift Sport is finally making its debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Only the Sport version gets the front spoiler lip and a new look for the grille featuring a honeycomb pattern. To set it apart from its less powerful sibling, Suzuki has installed a pair of beefier side skirts, inch polished alloy wheels, and will offer an exclusive Champion Yellow paint derived from the Junior WRC rally car. Rounding off the upgrades on the outside is the roof-mounted spoiler to optimize aero. Gone is the naturally aspirated 1.