Suzuki has launched its special edition Suzuki Swift Attitude, which will be limited to 500 units
2 April 2012

Suzuki has launched this special edition Suzuki Swift Attitude, which will be limited to 500 units.

Aimed at younger drivers, the new Attitude model is based on the current 93bhp 1.2-litre SZ3 car, but adds front fog lights, tinted windows and carbonfibre-effect trim to the roof and door mirrors.

A body-coloured rear spoiler, ‘Attitude’ badging and black 16-inch alloys are also on the list. Standard equipment includes seven airbags, ESP, air conditioning and USB port.

Just one colour is offered - Superior White – and prices for the three-door car start from £10,750. Five-door Attitude-specced Swifts add a premium of £470 at £11,220.

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2 April 2012

Cute looking little thing, probably quite quick too and all for less than £11,000

 

Hydrogen cars just went POP

2 April 2012

Fidji - you must be so pleased!

I must admit, this special edition looks quite smart. Wish Suzuki had've made the latest Swift look a bit more different to the old one. Hope the next Swift looks like the Regina concept.

2 April 2012

[quote Autocar]Suzuki has launched this special edition Suzuki Swift Attitude, which will be limited to 500 units.

Aimed at younger drivers, the new Attitude model is based on the current 93bhp 1.2-litre SZ3 car, but adds front fog lights, tinted windows and carbonfibre-effect trim to the roof and door mirrors.

A body-coloured rear spoiler, ‘Attitude’ badging and black 16-inch alloys are also on the list. Standard equipment includes seven airbags, ESP, air conditioning and USB port.

Just o...Read the full article[/quote] Like the look of this,nice to see a company trying to sell to the younger drivers,though, i'd buy one, just for the youngster still inside me!

Peter Cavellini.

2 April 2012

[quote PRODIGY]I must admit, this special edition looks quite smart. Wish Suzuki had've made the latest Swift look a bit more different to the old one. Hope the next Swift looks like the Regina concept.[/quote] Hello Prod!, long time no blog, how your World?,so you like the Swift?, bit funky,not what i thought an MG-ist would like,still, you got bigger Fish to fry just now, how's the war chest getting on?, solved some problems?

Peter Cavellini.

2 April 2012

[quote Peter Cavellini] Hello Prod!, long time no blog, how your World?,[/quote]

Hello Peter! My world is fine and dandy thankyou. Yours?

[quote Peter Cavellini]so you like the Swift?, bit funky,not what i thought an MG-ist would like,still, you got bigger Fish to fry just now[/quote]

It looks ok, wouldn't buy one though. Would take an Ibiza over this if I was in the market for a supermini.

[quote Peter Cavellini]how's the war chest getting on?, [/quote]

War chest????????????????????

[quote Peter Cavellini] solved some problems?[/quote]

Sold my ZS, saved over a grand now for the wedding, so yes I have solved some problems. Wanna buy a Saab 900 turbo cabrio?

2 April 2012

[quote PRODIGY]

Fidji - you must be so pleased!

[/quote]

I'm glad I got in there first!

Kiss my behind, Autocar! ;-)

2 April 2012

Quite a funky little car, I would buy one if I had the money, the spiritual successor to the mini I say, not that horrid BINI.

2 April 2012

'Aimed at younger drivers' seems a little daft to me. Just because it's got fog lights a funky roof and a spoiler? Why can't any age driver appreciate that? Not that I like the rear spoiler myself, it looks pants.

Not seen a 3 door yet in the new shape Swift. Great little cars though. I'd be choosing between one of these (regular version, not the spoilered up one) and a Mazda 2 myself.

2 April 2012

I think it would look good if the roof wasn't painted so badly - it looks as though the car is trying to give the false impression that it has a panoramic roof. Apart from that, I think the colour, alloys and spoiler look good.

I think I'd get a Corsa SXI+ though.

2 April 2012

Not sure if they still do it but the last gen Swift had a 'Kashmir' blue, a light metallic blue and looked nice IMO. I agree white is nice though. Why the Corsa?

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