Swift Sport

Suzuki Swift Sport Goes on Sale


All-new Suzuki Swift Sport priced from $25,490, packs turbo grunt and sub-1000kg weight

The all-new Suzuki Swift Sport is now available in Australian Suzuki showrooms, with the pocket rocket offering turbo power for the first time ever.

The power comes from a 1.4 litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine that develops 103kW and 230Nm; weight is under 1000 kilos and customers can choose between a six-speed manual or six-speed automatic with steering wheel mounted paddles.

Standard equipment levels are generous. On the outside you get 17 inch alloys, a mild body kit, dual exhausts, LED head lamps, daytime running lights and fog lights.

Inside you get sports seats with “Sport” embroidery, a “D” shaped steering wheel, sports pedals, satellite navigation, Apple CarPlay, a reversing camera, keyless entry and push button start.

The Swift Sport has been awarded a five start ANCAP safety rating, and six airbags are fitted as standard, along with traction control, stability control, autonomous emergency braking, weave alert, adaptive cruise control and automatic high beam.

Five colours are available: Pure White pearl, Champion Yellow, Super Black pearl, Mineral Grey and Speedy Blue.

Swift Sport chief engineer Mr Masao Kobori said, “We know that our customers value a dynamic driving experience above everything else, so for the third-generation Swift Sport our development concept was Ultimate Driving Excitement.”

“We’ve made the all-new Swift Sport lighter, faster and more stimulating in every way!” Kobori added.

Suzuki is backing the Swift Sport with a five year/100,000 kilometre Capped Priced Servicing program. If customers elect to participate in the program, Suzuki will also extend the factory warranty from three years to five years, for that extra peace of mind.

The all-new Suzuki Swift Sport priced from $25,490 for the manual and $27,490 for the automatic.

The founding father of The Motoring Guru, Matt has been a lifelong car enthusiast and a passionate writer. Back in 2013 when The Motoring Guru was first launched, Matt wanted to combine his two passions whilst offering readers sound motoring advice.