Suzuki releases the special-edition Swift SZ-L vehicle

JonathanFebruary 5, 2013

The special-edition Suzuki Swift SZ-L car has hit UK roads, despite only being revealed to the world around a month ago.

Motoring enthusiasts clasped their eyes on this unique vehicle from the Japanese car giant at Autosport International 2013 in January, where they were able to glimpse upon a collection of treats.

The Swift SZ-L is based on the design of the manufacturer’s 1.2-litre SZ3 car, but is then enhanced with a collection of additional equipment and handy features.

Inside the special-edition vehicle, for example, drivers will find a complete air conditioning kit, a USB port and full access to Bluetooth capabilities.

On top of this, safety while out on the road is assured after Suzuki fitted its Swift SZ-L car with ESP and seven airbags.

Looking at the exterior of Suzuki’s new limited-edition vehicle, motorists will find a set of unique 16-inch alloy wheels, a sporty rear upper spoiler and a rear privacy glass feature. What’s more, the car can be finished off with a free metallic paintjob in a choice of four colours.

Lift up the Suzuki Swift SZ-L’s bonnet and drivers will also be able to clasp their eyes upon a striking 1.2-litre Dual VVT 94PS engine. One of the most powerful motors in its class, the unit limits CO2 emissions to a mere 116g/km and returns a frugal 56.5mpg on a combined cycle.

All of these features combine together to create a sporty vehicle from Suzuki that is full of character and always a pleasure to drive.

For another unique car from Suzuki, motorists should seek out the great business contract hire deal that is currently being offered on the Suzuki Swift 1.2 Attitude three-door Hatchback Special Edition.

The car is a joy to look at, and is able to get from 0-62mph in a respectable 12.3 seconds and, just like the Swift SZ-L, returns an impressive 56.5mpg on a combined cycle. All of this at a cost of just £165.30 a month.


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