Suzuki Swift Shadow 3

Suzuki has launched two new blacked-out Swift variants to the native lineup, following related variations becoming a member of the Ignis, Vitara, and likewise now-defunct Baleno ranges.

The Suzuki Swift GL Shadow and Swift GLX Turbo Shadow are priced from $28,490 drive-away and $33,990 drive-away, respectively. These new variants are $4500 and $2700 costlier, respectively, than the automobiles they’re based mostly on.

For this extra cash the 2 Swift Shadow models achieve 16-inch black alloy wheels, black facet mirror covers, black decals, in addition to a Shadow badge. All different specs are similar.

The Swift GL Shadow continues to be powered by a 1.2-litre naturally aspirated four-cylinder petrol engine producing 66kW of energy and 120Nm of torque. This is mated completely to a constantly variable transmission (CVT).

The Swift GLX Turbo Shadow then again continues to be powered by a 1.0-litre turbocharged three-cylinder petrol engine producing 82kW

and 160Nm. This is mated completely to a six-speed computerized transmission.

As beforehand reported, Suzuki Australia has been rolling out a range of everlasting blacked-out variants. The Swift Shadow is now the ultimate piece of this puzzle.

The range technically began with the limited-edition Baleno Shadow that was launched as a send-off particular, and was then adopted by the Ignis Shadow and Vitara Shadow.

The present, third-generation Swift hatchback was revealed in 2016 and obtained a facelift in 2020.

Until the tip of August this yr, Suzuki has bought a complete of 4615 examples of the Swift in Australia. This makes it the second top-selling gentle automotive, following the MG 3 (10,642 gross sales).

The Suzuki Swift outsold the likes of the soon-to-be-axed Kia Rio (3943 gross sales), Mazda 2 (3548 gross sales), in addition to the Toyota Yaris (1277 gross sales).

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