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Suzuki Swift S-Concept to debut at Geneva Motor Show

Suzuki has released a computer generated teaser image of the Suzuki Swift S-Concept ahead of its official unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show on March 1. The Swift S-Concept is expected to preview the upcoming Suzuki Swift Sport, a vehicle that Suzuki has so far refused to talk about, despite the launch of the 2011 Suzuki Swift range in Australia earlier this week...

2011 Suzuki Swift, Kizashi five-star ANCAP safety rating

The 2011 Suzuki Swift and the 2011 Suzuki Kizashi have both earned five-star safety ratings from the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) in the latest round of crash testing. The all-new Swift, launched in Australia this week, earns the rating thanks to its standard seven airbags (dual front, side, curtain and driver’s knee), electronic stability control (ESC), electronic brakeforce distribution (EBD), anti-lock brakes (ABS) and intelligent seatbelt reminders for the front seats...

2011 Suzuki Swift 4x4 launched in Germany

Suzuki has just launched an all-wheel drive version of the popular 2011 Suzuki Swift in Germany, called the Suzuki Swift 4x4. The Suzuki Swift 4x4 is only available in 1.2-litre petrol guise which is matched to a five-speed manual gearbox. Offering 70kW of power, the little Swift still manages to achieve excellent fuel economy figures, even with the extra load of pushing all four wheels instead of just the front runners...

2011 Suzuki Swift engine and dynamics details

As revealed in our Japanese test drive of the 2011 Suzuki Swift, the new model will feature an all-new smaller and considerably more efficient petrol engine. The new engine is a 1.4-litre petrol, replacing the outgoing model’s 1.5-litre unit. Power and torque are down 4kW and 3Nm respectively in the new model, and maximum outputs now stand at 70kW and 130Nm...

Suzuki Swift at 2010 AIMS

The new Suzuki Swift has been unveiled at the Australian International Motor Show. Although it doesn't looks drastically different from the existing model, the new car features more technology, and is more efficient, larger and safer. The Suzuki Swift has been the company's best-selling car for a while now, and why wouldn't it be? There's plenty of features, cute but tough looks as well as offering great driver interaction and chassis dynamics...

2011 Suzuki Swift R Concept to debut at Beijing Motor Show

Suzuki has upped the ante in the sporty hot hatch segment with this, the Suzuki Swift R Concept. It's said to take personality and design cues from the range of Suzuki GSX-R supersport motorbikes. The current Suzuki Swift is starting to get a little old now since it was launched in 2004...

2011 Suzuki Swift interior revealed in new images

Update: New Suzuki Swift Review. Suzuki has today released new images of the European version of the third generation Suzuki Swift, revealing a higher quality and more modern instrument panel and interior. Suzuki Australia general manager, Tony Devers, took the opportunity to reaffirm the brand’s enthusiasm for the upcoming model and confirm its arrival in Australia within 12 months...

2011 Suzuki Swift officially unveiled

Following a leak earlier this week, Suzuki has now released the first official photos and specifications for its new third generation Suzuki Swift. The all-new Suzuki Swift is described as the brand’s latest world strategic model and has made significant advancements in regards to styling, impact safety, driving performance, handling, improved fuel consumption and significantly lower emissions...

2011 Suzuki Swift Busted

The 2011 Suzuki Swift has been captured undisguised in Hungary on the back of a car carrier. A massive oversight by the transport company has seen the 2011 Suzuki Swift revealed ahead of its anticipated public debut at the Paris Motor Show. Suzuki is expected to unveil the car to the public ahead of the Paris Motor Show, with official sales starting soon after the motor show...

Suzuki Swift plug-in hybrid on its way

Japanese manufacturer Suzuki, the second-largest minicar maker in Japan, will soon introduce a plug-in hybrid version of its popular Swift compact car. The Suzuki Swift Plug-in hybrid was first seen at the Tokyo motorshow and later at the Geneva Motorshow. The deal will see batteries (lithium-ion) supplied by Sanyo...

New Suzuki Swift spy photos

With the current Swift starting to show its age, Japanese giant Suzuki is hard at work on the next generation Swift. This morning we received the first photos of the next generation 3-door undergoing cold weather testing. Although nothing is confirmed yet, the new Suzuki Swift will have a range of both petrol and diesel engines (internationally) with the possibility of a hybrid variant coming as well...