Suzuki Motor Corporation unveiled their third generation compact segment champion, and even swifter Swift  to capture the market. This all new Swift is now been facelifted for 2021 with an enhanced 1.2 litres engine and specification of the future, with a roomy cabin and ample luggage space.

Available in SZ-L, SZ-T, SZ5 and SZ5 AllGrip grades. New and high specification SZ-L grade become the volume selling model for the swift range with air-conditioning, rear view camera, radel brick support with adaptive cruise control, smart connectivity, DAB radio, leather steering wheel and front electric window.

The following model SZ-T adds a grey painted 16 inch alloy wheels, dual sensor brake support, lane departure warning and rear cross traffic alert, prevention waving alert, traffic sign recognition, rear parking sensors.

The final SZ5 will also add on navigation, keyless entry and start, rear electric window and also available in one solid and 6 optional metallic colours.

K12D double “ECO” engine

The new generation K12D Dualjet engine offers greater fuel economy and even lower CO2 emission and have maximum power output of 83 PS with the torque of 107 Nm adjust 2800 RPM.

HYBRID TECHNOLOGY across the range

The efficiency is further enhanced when paired with the self charging hybrid system powered by a new generation lithium-ion battery with capacity upgraded from 3Ah to 10Ah. The 12V hybrid system incorporates and integrated starter generator (ISG) which act as both as a generator and a starter motor, this system further helps in suppressing fuel consumption.

The 2WD and manual transmission the hybrid system helps Suzuki reach a CO2 emission of only 111 g /km. Swift sports hybrid with 48V system and new K14D boosterjet engine who was introduced earlier in 2020.


Suzuki CVT transmission is now available as an option with the new swift SZ-T and SZ5 models with 2WD. The CVT system can vary the actual gear ratio continuously and steeples from low speed to high.


The SZ-L model comes with active safety equipments includes a radar brake support (RBS) system. In which the system detects a risk of collision and wants the driver with buzzer and notification on the display.


The advanced forward detection system supports numerous safety technologies, chief among those is collision dual sensor brake support (DSBS). If the vehicle speed from 3 mph to 62 mph, the system determines as risk of collision and it issues both and audio and visual warning, further it also comes with brake assist.


With the Vehicle Wavering Warning system, when the vehicle is travelling at approximately 37 mph or above and is wavering from side to side, the system initiate a buzzer warning and light indicator.


This system has two rear mounted side radar sensor that are capable of detecting approaching vehicles.


Adding to this, the Rear Cross Traffic Alert gives out warning and adds speed up to 5 mph, to rear mounted radar sensor indicate warning to the driver for approaching vehicles on either side while reversing out of a parking space.


The Swift Adobe Suzuki’s AllGrip Auto four wheel drive system available only in SZ5 model with manual transmission only, which transfer additional torque to the rear wheels when required.


The audio system for the new swift has a smartphone link compatibility with a large 7 inch touch panel display link in Apple carplay, Android auto or Mirrorlink. SZ5 model also include navigation. While SZ-L and SZ-T an SD card upgrade as a dealer option which enables built in navigation.

The price of SZ-L model is starting from £14,749 (14.05 Lakhs).

Debojyoti Sinha

Debojyoti Sinha

This is Debojyoti Sinha from Durgapur, West Bengal. He has graduated from Media Science from Maulana Abul kalam Azad University of Technology. Currently he is pursuing MBA in Media Business Management from Makhanlal Chaturbedi National university of Journalism and Mass Communication. His interest lies in any creative or management field of media. Favourite Car: Hummer H3 Quote: People who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do - Rob Siltanen