However, the Swift is smaller (10 mm shorter, 15 mm lower, but 40 mm wider) and much lighter than its predecessor. It is located on the company's "Heartiest" platform used for Baleno and Ignis. But a wheelbase of 20mm means there's plenty of room in it and a 54-liter boot space is larger than the old cargo space, with 265 liters and seats in place. It's a clever packaging job.
Two engines, 1.2-liter dual-jet four-cylinder gasoline and the much more charismatic 1.0-liter Booster jet three-cylinder engine make the donkey and can be mounted on the Suzuki Smart Hybrid Vehicle (SHVS) system. It also reduces marginal emissions and gives a little tickle to the combined economy. The 1.2 SHVS is also a 4x4 all-grip model, while the 1.0 SHVS is the only Swift that comes with the option of an automatic transmission.
Currently, a 94-horsepower 1.2-liter gasoline engine and a 74-horsepower diesel are on the program. Both engines come with a five-speed manual. The petrol engine is also available with a four-speed automatic transmission. A system for stopping / starting fuel consumption has been available on some models lately.
It's stylishly crafted and intelligently packaged, with its small weight and weight loss program combined with improved cabin space, while the fabulous 1.0-liter booster jet engine with gentle hybrid support results in a Swift that wears well with its brand name.
Additional Features Can Be Bought
- Super Collision Damage Waiver
- Child Safety Seat: For children (15-30kg, 33-66lb) (CST)
- Baby Safety Seat: For children 1-4 years (13-25 kg, 20-50 lb)
- Infant Safety Seat: For children (0-13kg, 0-29lb) (CSI)
- Personal Accident Insurance
- Collision Damage Waiver
- Additional Driver
- GPS satellite System
|Requirements for UAE Residents|
|Copy of Passport|
|Copy of Residential Visa|
|UAE Driving License|
|Copy of Emirates ID|
|Requirements for Tourists|
|Copy of Passport|
|Copy of Visit Visa|
|Us, Canada, EU, GCC or international Driving License|