DRB-Hicom to produce Suzuki Swift locally
Suzuki gives more Swift offers
|...DRB-Hicom Bhd has embarked on a programme to locally assemble Suzuki Swift 1.5L cars, with the fully assembled units scheduled to make their debut in April. On Feb 12, DRB-Hicom's wholly owned subsidiary Suzuki Malaysia Automobile Sdn Bhd launched the robotic welding lines to produce the...
|...Suzuki is expanding the Swift range with a new sports tuned, high revving 1.6 litre 16v VVT engine that will reach 100km/hr (62mph) in just 8.9 seconds. It has a top speed of 200km/hr (124mph). The new sporty looking and high performance Suzuki Swift Sport will be available in the New Year with a...
|suzuki from the misty gabriel
its the best car ever i just love driving its the best car ive ever owned its so much better than the barina...Suzuki Swift GTi Review from the Erik Falcon, from Seattle Was
You Just can't go wrong!
I bought the car new in 95 it had only 5000 miles on it. It currently has over 80'000 miles on it and still drives like new. So far I've had to replace the tires once and replaced the cluth too. But I drive that car so hard because it's the type of car that just begs to be driven that way. One word of advice...
Suzuki Swift History
|Suzuki Swift is a subcompact automobile from the Suzuki Motor Corporation. At its introduction in 1985], it was named as the SA-310, but from 1986 it was given the name Swift. It was powered by a modest 993 cc straight-3 engine giving 50 hp (37 kW). 0 to 100 km/h is done in 14.9 seconds and the top speed is 145 km/h. The engine is very light, weighing only 63 kg. The suspension came from the Suzuki Alto.
The Swift initially came in two versions called GA and GL. The GL was the upscale version. The later GTi version added fuel injection and performance was improved to 100 hp (75 kW) and a top speed of 196 km/h.
Since the beginning of production this model had body type Hatch.