2015 Suzuki Swift, with minor enhancements Suzuki U.K. has announced minor changes to the Swift and S-Cross ranges for the Spring as well as the introduction of a new Swift derivative; the SZ4 five door 4×4 with Dualjet engine.

The Suzuki SZ4 Dualjet 4×4 has CO2 emissions of just 111 g/km and a combined fuel consumption figure of 4.8l/100km (58.8 mpg), representing a 15 g/km reduction and 2.6 km/lter (7.5 mpg) improvement versus the outgoing SZ4 4×4.

The 1.2-liter Dualjet engine (K12C) incorporates Suzuki’s latest technology that utilizes twin fuel injectors for improved fuel economy. Utilizing Dualjet technology that positions the fuel injectors very close to the engine inlet valves allows for a finer fuel atomization (or mixture) which in turn provides a more effective transfer into the engine.

The 2015 Suzuki Swift is available in five clearly defined specification grades, SZ2, SZ3, SZ-L, SZ4 and Sport with 1.6-liter engine. All versions offer seven airbags and ESP as standard, front passenger airbag deactivation facility, electric front windows, remote central door locking with deadlocks, electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors, MP3/ WMA compatible CD tuner with USB port and steering mounted audio controls.

As part of the latest Swift range updates, all five door models now have electric rear windows as standard equipment and Amethyst Grey metallic has been discontinued due to lower demand. The highly acclaimed Suzuki Swift Sport is now available in Galactic Grey metallic which replaces Silky Silver metallic and Bright Red has now been discontinued from the S-Cross range.

The spare wheel/tyre is now deleted from the Swift and S-Cross ranges and both include a temporary repair kit in line with Celerio and the soon-to-be-launched Vitara variant.

The Suzuki Swift price range runs at 8,999 pounds for the basic 3-door 1.2 SZ2 manual, 10,999 pounds for the SZ3 manual, 11,099 to 11,699 pounds for the SZ-L and SZ4 versions, and reaches its ceiling price of 14,199 pounds for the 5-door 1.6-liter Swift Sport.

Edited: Suzuki GB