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Suzuki Swift recalled for parking brake fix

Suzuki Australia is recalling 1454 vehicles from its current-generation ‘AZH414’ Swift and ‘416’ Swift Sport hatchback lines, introduced globally in 2010. The recall has been announced over concerns that a brake fluid leak could lead to brake failure. The Japanese manufacturer reports that the inner diameter of the cylinder that wraps around the parking brake may be too wide and as a result not sealing inside the caliper...

2017 Suzuki Swift: next-generation city car spied

The next-generation Suzuki Swift has been nabbed by our spy photographers on the streets of Europe. Although this pre-production Swift prototype is shrouded head-to-toe with a clip-on camouflage, we can see some of the design details of the new hatchback. At the top of the front fender we can see a character line running from the top of the headlights over the wheel arch before fading out part way through the front door...

2017 Suzuki Swift images leaked online

Images that are believed to be of the next-generation Suzuki Swift were leaked and published overnight. The renderings seen here were reportedly photographed at a dealer conference and were originally posted online by AutoExpress. If these pictures are accurate, the new Swift will have a slightly harder edge to it, while still retaining styling cues that first appeared on the 2004 hatch...

2015 Suzuki Swift pricing and specifications

The 2015 Suzuki Swift has been released in Australia with some styling changes and line-up adjustments. The updated version of the Swift follows only eight months after the most recent facelift of the five-door hatch, but this revision has seen the removal of the budget-friendly base model...

Weekend deals on wheels: Big discounts on new cars

It’s time for the latest installment of Deals on Wheels, which looks at four factory-backed special offers for all you weekend shoppers. This isn’t a promotional campaign, just us trying to offer you some interesting suggestions if you’re in the market for some new wheels...

Top 10 hottest cars of 2015 to date

What new vehicles have grown in registrations the most in 2015 so far? If you’re in the market for a new car, SUV and commercial, it can be valuable to know. After all, cars in hot demand might just be harder to haggle on than those that are struggling against rivals. Then again, they might be flying in the sales race precisely because they’re so affordable...

Suzuki Australia plans "aggressive" marketing after "terrible" start to 2014

Suzuki Australia is confident of rebounding in the remaining eight months of 2014 after blaming supply issues for a “terrible” start to the year. Suzuki sold just 5041 cars across the country between January and April, down 33 per cent or 2493 vehicles compared with the first four months of 2013...

2014 Suzuki Swift : new Navigator grade joins refreshed range

The Suzuki Swift range has been updated for the 2014 model year with an all-new model grade and refreshed styling. Slotting between the previous mid-spec GL and flagship GLX – the outgoing model's entry-level GA model has been dropped – the new Suzuki Swift Navigator is on sale now from $17,490 driveaway...

Suzuki Swift facelifted with all-wheel-drive, but not for Oz

The current generation Suzuki Swift has been facelifted, and the jacked up, all-wheel-drive version is now available in right hand drive for the UK market. The Swift ‘4x4’ gets 25mm extra ground clearance, and non-switchable, permanent all-wheel-drive which uses a viscous coupling to transfer additional torque to the rear wheels when needed...

2014 Suzuki Swift: first images leaked

The first images of the facelifted 2014 Suzuki Swift have been leaked onto the brand's official Belgium website. 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...

Suzuki Swift upgraded, switches to Thailand production

The Suzuki Swift has been upgraded with new specifications as Australian-sourced production switches to from Japan to Thailand. While there are no pricing or equipment changes to the base $15,990 Swift GA, the mid-spec Swift GL rises by $300 to $16,990 and adds cruise control and Bluetooth phone connectivity - a claimed $850 of extra value...