Special edition Suzuki Swift SZ-L is back

Suzuki Swift SZ-L
2 Feb, 2016 10:10am Sam Naylor

Suzuki Swift SZ-L returns to the line-up, offering sat-nav, DAB and cruise control as standard

The Suzuki Swift SZ-L special edition trim has been added to the car's line-up again. The last time we saw this limited edition top-spec trim level was in 2014, but this time prices have dropped to £10,999 for the three-door model and £11,499 for the five-door.

It's still based on the mid-range SZ3 trim, which means it gets air conditioning, Bluetooth, a USB port, ESP and seven airbags as standard. LED daytime running lights are also carried over, as well as the 1.2-litre four cylinder petrol engine.

The SZ-L trim adds black alloy wheels, a boot spoiler, sat-nav, DAB Radio, cruise control and silver stitching for the steering wheel & seats. There are a range of paint colours to chose from too, including the new Horizon Orange hue.

Suzuki's 93bhp 1.2-litre Dual VVT engine will mean the car returns 56.5mpg and emits 116g/km of CO2, while hitting 0-62mph in 12.3 seconds on its way to a top speed of 103mph.

The SZ-L is pitched at younger buyers, with a low insurance group and strong PCP offers, including the option of paying £165 per month for 42 months with no deposit to pay. Ask your dealer for details.

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