Handsome show car leads the way for Suzuki Swift’s sporty Thai debut

www.autofun.co.th—Suzuki’s iconic new-generation urban car, the Swift, has a sporty silhouette for 2021, with a new chrome tank guard and a black suspended roof to show off its sporty character. The interior features a sporty ring hatch design, a dual-ring sports dashboard with an integrated driving information display, which adds to the Japanese aesthetic, and a multi-functional touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support, making it easy to take control of your personal life.

The Suzuki Hybrid MG Limited, the first Suzuki Swift Hybrid MG Limited in the two-tone white top colour combination, was launched by Suzuki in mid-November 2019 for local sales of the current Suzuki Swift. Suzuki Motor Thailand also brought the sporty Suzuki Swift GL Sport Edition special model to the Thailand International Motor Expo 2019, which officially kicked off just a few hours ago.

According to information released by Suzuki Motor Thailand on 28 November 2019, the Suzuki brand sold a total of 20,426 new vehicles from January to October 2019, with the Suzuki Swift alone accounting for more than half of the 10,719 units sold, significantly outperforming the second-placed Suzuki Swift. The Suzuki Swift model alone accounted for more than half of the 10,719 units sold, significantly outperforming the 3,558 units sold by the second-placed Suzuki Ciaz, and leading Suzuki Motor Thailand to make the Suzuki Swift the main show at the Thailand International Motor Expo 2019.

At the Thailand International Motor Expo 2019, Suzuki Motor Thailand has not only selected the winner of the “Suzuki Swift Extreme Stylish Contest” in the “All New Suzuki Swift Club Thailand” Facebook group, but also the winner of the “Suzuki Swift Extreme Stylish Contest” in the “All New Suzuki Swift Club Thailand” Facebook group. In addition to turning the winning entry from the “All New Suzuki Swift Club Thailand” Facebook contest into an actual vehicle, Suzuki Motor Thailand has also created a new model called “Suzuki Swift GL Sport Edition” based on the existing low-end GL CVT model of the Suzuki Swift sold in Thailand.

According to the product information released by Suzuki Motor Thailand, the main difference between the Suzuki Swift GL Sport Edition and the existing GL CVT model is in the exterior part. The Swift GL Sport Edition has a more distinctive and sporty look than the regular Suzuki Swift, and it is hoped that the Suzuki brand will attract more attention at the Thailand International Motor Expo 2019.

In November 2019, Suzuki Motor Thailand chose to sell the Suzuki Swift at the Thailand International Motor Expo Thailand with the addition of the sportier Suzuki Swift GL Sport Edition. The Suzuki Swift GL Sport Edition is a sportier model. A few days ago, Suzuki New Zealand also added the new Suzuki Swift Plus model to the Suzuki Swift for sale in the country.

According to Suzuki New Zealand’s official announcement, the current Suzuki Swift model range has been well received by local consumers since its launch, with a 37.7% market share of the small hatchback class in 2019, ahead of its second-place rival at 23.6% so far in 2020. This has led Suzuki New Zealand to launch the new Suzuki Swift Plus in early March 2020, based on the entry-level GL grade of the Suzuki Swift with CVT transmission, which is available in New Zealand.

Available in red, blue, black, white and grey, the Suzuki Swift Plus is available in 16-inch aluminium rims and rear wing. The “Plus” plaque on the rear of the car also highlights the unique identity of the family model. In addition, the Suzuki Swift Plus is equipped with a multimedia information system from Bosch, which supports satellite navigation, reversing camera, Bluetooth communication, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

The Suzuki Swift Plus is available in New Zealand with a single 1.2-litre natural-intake four-cylinder petrol engine and CVT transmission, and Suzuki New Zealand is currently offering an MSRP of NZ$22,600 for the new model, slightly higher than the base CVT GL grade model at NZ$21,990. The price is slightly higher than the NZ$21,990 for the base CVT GL grade.

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