Suzuki launches limited edition Swift Attitude
|   Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Suzuki has modified and launched the very successful Swift again, this time with an attitude. That is exactly what the vehicle has been named, the Swift Attitude. The super mini has been revamped and the new avatar is cheeky, peppy and confident with new improved performance and a range of limited edition characteristic properties embellished on the vehicle.

The Swift Attitude is based on the Swift SZ 3 and hence the basic power train measures on the vehicles are the same.
The Swift attitude is powered by a 1.2 liter petrol engine displacing 93 BHP and 87 ft lb of torque. Fuel efficiency is decent as the vehicle returns 56.5 MPG while emitting 116 g/km of Co2.

Apart from the drive train upgrades, the vehicle receives a complete carbon fiber roof and this shaves off a few valuable kg from the total weight hence enhancing performance. The carbon fiber rear view mirrors, fog lamps up front, a rear carbon fiber sports spoiler with black, sports rim complete the look of the Swift Attitude.

This limited edition vehicle will only be manufactured to0 500 units that will be sold worldwide and a few extremely lucky customers will be able to get their hands on this machine. The vehicle will be available on three and five door versions and the three door car is set to perform better due to the loss of the excess weight.

The vehicle is available in only a shade of pearl white with a black roof and that is the only standard color available on the vehicle as of for now. Any future modifications are unlikely and sources from Suzuki claim that the company will update the latest news on its official website when the final call is taken.

No significant drive train modifications have taken place and as a result the vehicle feels same while driving. Grip, body control and stability are perfect and the vehicle could do with a little more power. Driving the car is fun nonetheless and handling is even better. Corners can be taken better thanks to the advanced suspension and transmission and the torque savvy petrol engine does its best to offer the driver the best driving experience possible.

The vehicle is priced at 10,750 Pounds and this is close to what the original vehicle costs. With a top speed of 103 MPH with 0 – 60 MPH coming in around 12.3 seconds, this may not be the quickest around a track, but it definitely is the best looking and technologically advanced vehicle.

The Suzuki Swift Attitude is actually cheaper than the SZ 3 and this is possible due to the VAT free cost that the company is offering the customers. This is one of the best Swift models available today and is definitely worth the money. However, bookings have begun and there are probably just a few left worldwide. Therefore, if you want to own one, you have to book as early as possible. The Swift Attitude is a prized possession of Suzuki.
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