Plug-in model shown - few details released
22 October 2009

Suzuki has shown off its Swift plug-in hybrid at the Tokyo motor show.

The Swift mainly uses its electric motor for short, low speed journeys. The petrol engine will then be used as a generator, so that as it runs it will charge the batteries.

The Swift Hybrid will be connectible to mains electricity from a standard household socket, although no performance, economy or fuel consumption figures have been released.

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Suzuki Swift 2010-2013

The Suzuki Swift is better than ever - but is that good enough, when the crowded supermini segment is filled with excellent alternatives?

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