Suzuki Swift Samurai Design

The new Suzuki Swift was presented in late 2010 with an elongated floor and a new 1.2 engine VVTI petrol 94 hp. Now the range is enriched with the introduction of the diesel engine 75 hp 1.3 DDIS, which promises stated in the combined cycle consumption of 4.2 l/100 km and CO2 emissions of 109 g / km. The launch of diesel is accompanied by a new special series designed specifically for the Swift and called Samurai Design .

Like the Mini , the Swift Samurai design shows the flag of the Japanese Imperial Army on the roof and door mirror caps. The updates are based on setting aesthetic style 5-door, as well as the color “Red Passion” of the body. The third pillar is painted black and features the Japanese character for “Mu-Trail,” which means “samurai warrior.” In this way, there is no solution of continuity between the side windows tinted and body and you get the illusion that the roof remain suspended in the air. The bands are referred to by the Japanese flag skirts white bands, with the logo “samurai” near the rear wheel arches.

The offer Suzuki Swift offers by March 31, 2011, three years (or 45,000 km) of maintenance included. The initiative is conducted in partnership with Mobil, and provides for the coupons included in the promotion of the use of lubricants brand. Another provides for the promotion Suzuki Charity overvaluation of 1,000 € for a used car any brand Suzuki (unlimited length).

The special limited series of Swift , the Samurai Design, is offered to the public at the same price version of Style , until 31 March. The turbodiesel 1.3 DDIS has been offered in three trim levels: GL 3 and 5 doors € 14,290, GL Style 3 and 5 doors € 14,990, GL Top 3 and 5 door from € 15,890.

Suzuki Swift Samurai Design
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