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.

Recommended

Cheap fun cars: our picks from £1,000 to £10,000
Honda Civic Type R front
Toyota
12 Aug 2021

Cheap fun cars: our picks from £1,000 to £10,000

Top 10 best used small cars 2021
Ford Fiesta Mk7
Best cars
9 Jul 2021

Top 10 best used small cars 2021

Special edition cars: the best, worst and weirdest
Jeep Cherokee SUV
15 Dec 2020

Special edition cars: the best, worst and weirdest

Suzuki Swift hatchback review
Suzuki Swift
25 Nov 2020

Suzuki Swift hatchback review

Most Popular

Electric Citroen Ami to launch in the UK next year
2022 Citroen Ami
Citroen Ami
21 Sep 2021

Electric Citroen Ami to launch in the UK next year

New 2022 Toyota RAV4 Adventure revealed
Toyota RAV4 Adventure
Toyota RAV4
14 Sep 2021

New 2022 Toyota RAV4 Adventure revealed

Top 10 best small estates 2021
Skoda Octavia Estate
Skoda Octavia Estate
22 Sep 2021

Top 10 best small estates 2021

Tips & advice

View All
Car dashboard warning lights: the complete guide
Car dashboard symbols and meanings
Tips and advice
10 Aug 2021

Car dashboard warning lights: the complete guide

Electric car charging stations: a complete guide
Electric car charging station
Tips and advice
3 Jun 2021

Electric car charging stations: a complete guide

PCP vs HP – which type of car finance is right for you?
PCP vs HP
Tips and advice
15 Jun 2021

PCP vs HP – which type of car finance is right for you?

Average speed cameras: how do they work?
Average speed cameras: how do they work?
Tips and advice
23 Jul 2021

Average speed cameras: how do they work?

Best cars

View All
Top 10 best car interiors 2021
Peugeot 208 hatchback
Best cars
25 Jun 2021

Top 10 best car interiors 2021

Top 10 best electric cars 2021
Volkswagen ID.3
Best cars
12 Aug 2021

Top 10 best electric cars 2021

Top 10 best cheap-to-run cars 2021
Toyota Prius front 3/4 cornering
Best cars
10 Jun 2021

Top 10 best cheap-to-run cars 2021

The UK's top 10 fastest hot hatchbacks
Mercedes AMG A45 - rear
Hot hatches
25 Jun 2021

The UK's top 10 fastest hot hatchbacks