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Background and Identification
The Suzuki Swift is a subcompact automobile manufactured by Suzuki, a Japanese automaker. The Suzuki Swift is classified as a B-segment model in the European market and called a Supermini in the British Isles. The third-generation Suzuki Swift was introduced in September 2010 and replaced with a new generation in February 2017.
The third-generation Suzuki Swift was available in three-door hatchback, five-door hatchback, and four-door notchback sedan body styles. The notchback model is shorter than the previous generation (clocking in at 3.99 meters long) and was developed specifically for buyers in India to fall underneath a tax threshold (four meters in length). Swift models are front-engine, front-wheel-drive vehicles.
When compared to the second-generation Swift, the third-generation models include many visual updates, including a longer and more rounded appearance. The Swift ‘S-Concept’ model was introduced in 2011 and included a 1.6-liter, 4-cylinder engine with a six-speed manual transmission. The Swift ‘Sport’ model was released with the option of a CVT transmission with seven-speed manual mode and paddle shifters or six-speed manual transmission. One hundred Swift ‘Sport SZ-R’ models were also developed with a 136-horsepower VVT engine and 44 miles per gallon fuel economy.
Suzuki automobiles can be identified by the Suzuki emblem which depicts a stylized ‘S’ with the name “Suzuki” underneath in capital letters. The Suzuki emblem is usually included in the center front and back of the car. The name “Swift” is also included in capital letters on Suzuki Swift models, generally on the rear of the car.