Revealing only subtle changes, the refreshed Suzuki Swift has a new sharper front bumper, a lightly revised front grille, and a reshaped rear bumper with a narrower number plate housing.
The addition of LED daytime running lights mounted low in the front bumper, semi-framing the fog lights, is the most obvious difference between the new small hatch and the current third-generation model first seen in 2010.
While the cars pictured are European spec vehicles produced in Hungary and powered by 1.2-litre petrol and 1.3-litre diesel engines, the local 1.4-litre Suzuki Swift that was upgraded only two months ago, is sourced from Thailand.
Though Suzuki Australia is yet to announce plans for the updated Swift, expect to see the new look on the road by late next year.
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