Suzuki Swift SZ-L special edition launched
The new Swift SZ-L adds unique paint options to the supermini range
Suzuki has announced the return of a special edition version of its Swift supermini. The Suzuki Swift SZ-L is based on the 1.2-litre Swift SZ3 model, and counts two-tone metallic paint among its list of features.
In addition to the choice of Boost Blue or Cosmic Black paint, the Swift SZ-L features a roof, rear spoiler and door mirrors all finished in contrasting white paint.
The Suzuki Swift SZ-L, which carries a price premium of £800 over the standard Suzuki Swift SZ3, features the full range of equipment found on that model, including seven airbags, air-con, LED interior lighting, a USB port and Bluetooth connectivity, and an electronic stability control system to improve grip at high speed.
Just one engine is available in the SZ-L edition: a 93bhp 1.2-litre petrol engine. Suzuki claims it is capable of achieving 56.5mpg, while emissions of 116g/km means it costs £30 a year in road tax. Insurance is group 11, meaning it should be affordable for young drivers.
The model, which is available as part of Suzuki’s VAT-free promotion until 30th September 2014, is priced at £11,099 for the three-door model and £11,599 for the five-door. The deal represents a saving of £2,220 and £2,320 for the three- and five-door models respectively.
Suzuki is also offering a range of personal contract hire plans, meaning the five-door model is available for £145 a month for 42 months with an initial payment of £1,740.
Customers looking to buy can choose a personal contract purchase (PCP) option, with the five-door available for £149 a month over 42 months with a deposit of £1,699.
For more on the current Suzuki range, visit the Carbuyer Suzuki reviews page.
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