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Suzuki Swift Sales Pass the Three Million Mark

Suzuki Swift Sales Pass the Three Million Mark

When the Suzuki Motor Corporation launched the Suzuki Swift – its first global strategic model – in Japan in late 2004, it brought a blend of eye-catching good looks, Japanese quality and European inspired driving dynamics to the compact car segment.

Those attributes are still as strong today and Suzuki is pleased to announce that global sales of the Suzuki Swift have now passed the three million mark – exactly two years since the celebration of two million units.

The Suzuki Swift is global in outlook and production – it was first built in Japan, followed by Hungary, China, India, Indonesia and Malaysia and more recently production began in Thailand; vehicles sold in Europe are built at Suzuki’s established Magyar plant in Hungary.

 Globally, around 13 per cent of Swift sales are in Japan, 45 per cent in India and 23 per cent in Europe with the remainder from other world markets; Swift is driven in 125 Countries and regions of the world and has won 67 awards in 26 Countries.

The Suzuki Swift is available in three and five door body styles and has a Five star Euro NCAP rating and scored 94 points for Adult occupancy protection at launch in 2010 – the highest of vehicles tested at the time.

The distinctive styling and spacious interior are complemented by a comprehensive specification. As standard equipment, all models feature seven airbags, ESP, radio/CD player with USB port, remote central locking and immobiliser, electric front windows, electric and heated door mirrors and steering wheel-mounted audio controls.

Source: Suzuki

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