Suzuki Swift deals: Car deal of the week

The entire Suzuki Swift supermini range is now available VAT free

You can now buy any model in the Suzuki Swift range totally VAT free, meaning prices for the basic model now start at just £8,999 – including equipment like electric mirrors, remote central locking and a CD player as standard.

The entry-level Suzuki Swift 1.2-litre SZ2 represents a customer saving of £1,800, and will do an impressive 56.5mpg. It’s not particularly fast, but it’s perfect if you spend most of your time driving around town.

Upgrade to the Suzuki Swift SZ3 and you’ll add Bluetooth connectivity for your mobile phone, 16-inch alloy wheels and air-conditioning. There’s only one engine choice – the same 1.2-litre petrol – but with prices starting at just £10,999, it’s arguably better value than the basic model.

Completing the range is the top-spec Suzuki Swift SZ4, and it comes with a choice of petrol and diesel engines. The diesel model does 72.4mpg, and emits 101g/km of CO2 – just missing the magic sub-100g/km threshold for free road tax. That said, it costs nothing to tax for the first year, and £20 every year thereafter.

In terms of standard equipment, the SZ4 adds cruise control, automatic headlights, keyless entry and tinted rear windows. Prices for the 1.2-litre SZ4 now start at £11,616, while the 1.3-litre diesel model is £1,000 more.

Those wanting added grip in wintry conditions can opt for the Suzuki Swift 4x4 model, which is also available on the impressive VAT-free offer. It’s only available in top-spec SZ4 guise, and costs from £13,116. In fact, this model represents the biggest saving in the Suzuki Swift range – cutting a whopping £2,623 from the car’s normal list price.

The offers run until 31 March and extend across much of the Suzuki range.

Head over to www.suzuki.co.uk/cars for more information, or take a look at the Carbuyer Suzuki reviews page for a run-down on the entire model range.

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