UK pricing for the 2011 Suzuki Swift which will go on sale starting this week has been announced.
The 2011 Suzuki Swift is available in three versions (SZ2, SZ3 and SZ4) with the base model featuring a 1.2-litre 93 PS engine that is Euro 5 compliant and has CO2 emissions of 116 grams per Km. Fuel consumption figures have also been improved as the 2011 Suzuki Swift returns an average of 56.5 mpg (UK rating).
A seconds motorisation will be available for the 2011 Suzuki Swift starting from next spring, represented by a 1.3-litre unit that is expected to 67.3 mpg (UK rating) and emit 109 grams of CO2 per Km.
The Suzuki Swift price starts at 9,995 GBP for the 3-door SZ2 version and reaches 12,245 GBP for the manual version SZ4.
The whole Suzuki Swift price list along with details regarding standard equipment are available in the press release below.
Suzuki press release :
    *  All-new Swift  – on sale in the UK this week
    * New Swift is currently the cleanest petrol engine supermini in its class with emissions of 116g/km and just £30 in annual VED charges
    * Euro 5 1.2-litre 93PS Dual VVT engine – one of the most powerful in its segment – offers improved torque together with combined fuel consumption of 56.5mpg
    * Available in SZ2, SZ3 and SZ4 grades; all three equipped with seven airbags and ESP as standard.
    * Five-star Euro NCAP score
    * Priced from £9,995 for SZ2 three door to £12,245 for SZ4 five door with manual transmission.
    * Zero per cent finance available from launch, payable over three years with a 50 per cent deposit.

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On sale in all Suzuki dealerships this week and ready for the ‘60’
plate is the all-new Swift, Suzuki’s latest compact supermini. New Swift
makes strong developments in styling, impact safety, driving
performance and handling as well as offering improved fuel consumption
and significantly lower emissions.
Three clearly defined specification grades have been devised; SZ2,
SZ3 and SZ4. In addition to seven airbags and ESP, SZ2 has front
passenger airbag deactivation facility, electric front windows, remote
central door locking with deadlocks, electrically adjustable and heated
door mirrors, MP3 / WMA compatible CD tuner with USB port and steering
wheel mounted audio controls.
SZ3 adds manual air conditioning and 16” Alloy wheels with SZ4
including Automatic air conditioning, Bluetooth integrated audio unit
with music streaming capability, electric front and rear windows, push
button keyless start, Automatic headlamps, rear privacy glass (five-door
models) and cruise control as standard.
Unmistakably an evolution of its predecessor, the new Swift is even
better in the ways that count most: more fun to drive thanks to
exhilarating, sporty handling as well as being more attractive to look
at thanks to a more sophisticated modern design. It’s an even clearer
reflection of Suzuki’s desire to offer a sports compact that is
perfectly suited to the lifestyles and demands of today.
With the Swift, driving a compact car does not mean settling for
less; within its modest dimensions, Suzuki has condensed all the
performance, impact safety, handling and other essentials for great
enjoyment and satisfaction while easing the environmental burden.
New Swift has even more space inside and has grown slightly in length
(+90mm) with a 50mm increase in wheelbase and 10mm increase in height.
The interior design now has a more dynamic feel, featuring black as its
keynote colour with accents of silver throughout the car.
A new Euro 5 compliant 1.2-litre petrol engine incorporating Dual VVT
(Variable intake and exhaust Valve Timing) is used that produces 94PS
at 6,000rpm, slightly more than the outgoing 1.3-litre unit. Torque is
also improved to 118Nm at 4,800rpm.
New Swift is even more economical than before with fuel consumption
on the combined cycle now 56.5mpg for the manual transmission model, an
improvement of 7.8mpg over the previous 1.3-litre unit. Emissions are
much lower as well; the new 1.2-litre engine produces just 116g/km on
the combined cycle; representing a 17 per cent improvement over the
previous 1.3-litre unit. An optional four speed automatic transmission
will also be available on SZ3 and SZ4 five door models.
A revised 1.3-litre diesel engine will be on sale from next spring;
this engine emits just 109g/km (down from 119g/km) and has an impressive
combined fuel consumption of 67.3mpg.
New Swift is available in nine colours – seven metallic* and two solid – which are:

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Smokey Green metallic
Kashmir Blue metallic
Galactic Grey metallic
Silky Silver metallic
Sunlight Copper Pearl metallic
Cosmic Black Pearl metallic
Cool White pearl metallic
Bright Red
Superior White

*Metallic paint is a £390 option

Model Price
SZ2 Three door £9,995
SZ2 Five door £10,445
SZ3 Three door £10,995
SZ3 Five door £11,445
SZ3 Five door (A/T) £12,445
SZ4 Three door £11,795
SZ4 Five door £12,245
SZ4 Five door (A/T) £13,245

Ready to view on the Suzuki media site is a new format digital press
pack devised for the new Swift with easy access to a comprehensive image

Source: Suzuki