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5 things you might not know about the Swift
It’s one of Suzuki’s most iconic vehicles, and to celebrate June’s launch of the All-new Swift, we uncover a few things you might not know about one of Australia’s favourite small cars.
1. The original Swift (1983) was known as the Cultus in Japan. The word comes from the Latin for adoration. The car was re-badged in other countries by then sister company GM as the Forsa in US, Barina (Australia) and Firefly (Canada).
2. In 1986, Suzuki added the GTi version with a 74kW 1.3-litre DOHC four-cylinder engine, tacho, body kit and 13-inch wheels. Air-conditioning was optional.
3. The GTi was the first Swift to feature rear disc brakes.
4. The Swift name was dropped in 1994 and replaced by Cino, to revert back to Swift in 2000.
5. Nearing the end of its lifecycle, Suzuki issued several limited-edition models, including the Cino Sport, Cino Black Magic and Cino Extreme.
All-new Swift is here. And it’s even better than before.
With its enhanced design, the latest technology, exhilarating turbo performance and advanced preventative safety features, this is the revolution of an icon that has already sold over five million units worldwide.
Totally rebuilt and refined from the ground up, the powerful, distinctive styling features a low, wide stance and sleek muscular lines that create a bolder, more striking impression. So step into the brand new Swift and experience everything that has made it a true icon — and more.
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