Suzuki Swift is a passenger car produced since 1983 by the Japanese company Suzuki. This car is one of the most popular compact hatchback cars. Initially, it was sold under the name Cultus. After three years, it became known as Swift.
The Suzuki Swift is also available in the American market under the Pontiac and Chevrolet brands. In 1989, appeared the second generation Swift which was also produced in Hungary since 1996.
In 2004, the third generation Swift was presented at the Paris Motor Show. The fourth generation appeared in 2010 and is not much different from its predecessor. The Swift is selling well not only in Japan, but also very popular in other parts of the world.
Swift Exterior & Interior
The Suzuki Swift is available as a three or five door hatchback, convertible or sedan. The car was characterized by the modern design of the time. It is distinguished by the angular design and rectangular headlamps. This tiny car weighing around 700 kg has a quite roomy interior.
The luggage compartment capacity of the Suzuki Swift is 495 to 947 liters. The average fuel consumption of the Swift depending on the version is 4.3 – 7.4 liters per 100 km. The dimensions of the Swift are 3585 – 4095 mm long, 1545 – 1735 mm wide, and 1340 – 1535 mm high.
The Swift range includes both petrol and diesel engines. The Suzuki Swift engine is an in-line 3 – 4 cylinder engine with a capacity of 993 to 1590 cm3. 2 – 4 valves are installed for each cylinder. The engine power of the Suzuki Swift is 50 – 136 HP, which allows a maximum speed of 160 – 195 km / h.
The Suzuki Swift can accelerate to 100 km / h in 8.7 – 13.0 seconds, the driveline has a torque of 75 to 190 Nm. The car has front wheel drive or four wheel drive.