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2017-19 Suzuki Swift recalled
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13th Jun 2019
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2017-19 Suzuki Swift recalled

Suzuki has issued two separate recall notices for the 2017-19 Swift and Swift Sport, over concerns about an issue with the airbag controller. According to the company, side airbags, curtain airbags and the seatbelt pretensioner could accidentally deploy when the rear doors are slammed shut because of incorrect software in the airbag controller. There's a risk of injury to the car's occupants if the airbags fire inadvertently.
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Scott Collie
CarAdvice podcast 86: We talk to a car manufacturer illustrator!
Ford Endura 2018, Mercedes-AMG cls 2018 53, Kia Cerato 2018, Suzuki Swift 2018, Hyundai Veloster 2018, Ford Ranger 2018, Ford EcoSport 2018, Porsche 718 2018 cayman, Jaguar F-TYPE 2018, Holden UTE 2015 sv6 storm
podcast
19th Jan 2018

CarAdvice podcast 86: We talk to a car manufacturer illustrator!

Joining Mandy Turner this week are Paul Maric and Trent Nikolic. The Ford Edge ST, Mercedes-AMG CLS53 & E53, and Kia Cerato have been revealed at the Detroit motor show. Suzuki Swift Sport pricing and specs have been released, the Hyundai Veloster & Veloster N have been revealed, as has the 2019 Ford Ranger revealed for US market, and HSV 2018 range pricing has been announced.
2018 Suzuki Swift Sport unveiled ahead of Frankfurt show
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24th Jul 2017
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2018 Suzuki Swift Sport unveiled ahead of Frankfurt show

The new Suzuki Swift Sport has been revealed ahead of its full debut at September's 2017 Frankfurt motor show. Compared to the less sporting members of the Swift family, the new Sport has a redesigned front fascia with a larger and more aggressively styled grille. There's also new alloy wheels, stickier tyres, lowered suspension, black side sill extensions, and a black front lip spoiler. A new rear bumper design is almost a certainty.
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Derek Fung
Suzuki Swift recalled for parking brake fix
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30th May 2016
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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.
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James Wong