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Suzuki PH has Some Nifty Eye Candies for All-New Suzuki Swift

If you think the all-new Suzuki Swift is a thing of beauty already, wait ’til you see some of it accessories for upgrades.

During a media drive held yesterday, Thursday, March 28, Suzuki Philippines Senior Product Development Supervisor for Automobiles, Kennedy Adia, said his company will be offering aesthetic upgrades for the third-generation Swift.

The all-new Swift can be offered with a special edition front grille, carbon decals, stripes that extend from the front end all the way up to the back, matte black skirts, carbon decals on the side and carbon fiber finished side skirts, and a rear spoiler.

Adia told CARMUDI PHILIPPINES that the pricing will be released by the middle of next month.

The all-new Suzuki Swift GLX is powered by the reliable K12M engine mated to a CVT that is guaranteed to deliver a maximum of 61 horses and 113 Nm of torque.

He also expressed excitement on the numerous designs that they would be dishing out in the future.

Asked of the possibility of bringing the Suzuki Swift Sport accessories for the local market, Adia said that they are still awaiting for the approval of SPH President Hiroshi Suzuki, saying that it is one of the numerous proposals that they have provided.

According to him, they are going to propose three more different designs for approval.

“The accessories for the Suzuki Swift Sport might take longer to hit Philippines,” he added.

Well, we are still hopeful as we await for the real deal, the Suzuki Swift Sport.

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  1. jozhua
    June 30, 2019 at 11:36 pm — Reply

    It’s confusing why this model is a 61 HP swift while the others of the same look and the same engine the K12M has 82HP. that is a significant downgrade and really makes this car not worth the price. Is there any clarification why this is the case?

    I have brochures with an 82 and a 61 HP swift. Intending to buy one this week but seeing this massive downgrade, might have to reconsider and get something else.

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