Just 500 limited edition models will be made
2 September 2009

Suzuki has added a new limited edition SZ-L model to the Swift range.

The new Suzuki Swift SZ-L is based on the 1.3-litre GL five-door model, but it features more equipment as standard.

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This includes air conditioning, pearlescent or metallic paint, 15-inch alloy wheels, side protection mouldings, interior carpet mats and a chrome finish for the exterior door handles, front grille and rear tailgate trim.

Inside, chrome bezels are added to the instrument meters and the door trims and stereo have aluminium effect detailing.

Power comes from the 91bhp 1.3-litre petrol engine, which helps the SZ-L get from 0-62mph in 11 seconds before reaching a top speed of 109mph. Combined fuel economy is 48.7mpg and CO2 emissions are 140g/km.

Just 500 models will be produced, with prices starting at £10,250.

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