The price of the new Suzuki Swift in Greece

Suzuki Swift

The price of the new Suzuki Swift in Greece.

The new generation of Suzuki Swift is now available in Greece, and the dealership has announced its sales prices.

The new Suzuki Swift was presented and is its most modern implementation, not only in terms of its equipment but also in ​​terms of reduced fuel consumption and environmental protection.

Adopting a hybrid engine layout and upgrading it in all areas make the Japanese supermini exciting for young drivers and those who want a complete and affordable new model.

The fourth generation of the model maintains the general aesthetics and design we are used to.

Its engine is the new three-cylinder atmospheric (the code name "Z12E"), which has a capacity of 1.2 litres and produces 82 hp/5,700 rpm and a maximum torque of 111.8 Nm/4,500 rpm.

Suzuki Swift

It has a 12 V olt SHVS mild hybrid system, with an average standardised CO2 emission of 98-99 g/km. (according to WLTP).

Its equipment level has been upgraded to be more comfortable, safe, and competitive. Among other things, it has brake assist systems II (DSBS II), radar and a camera to scan the area in front of the vehicle for other cars, pedestrians, or two-wheelers, brake assist, lane keeping, driver fatigue detection, adaptive cruise control, etc.

Suzuki Swift

The sales prices of the new Suzuki Swift in Greece, as announced by the official Greek dealership, are as follows:

  • 1.2 GL HYBRID 82 PS 2WD: From 18,450 euros.
  • 1.2 GL+ HYBRID 82 PS 2WD: From 19,530 euros.
  • 1.2 GLX HYBRID 82 PS 2WD: From 21,250 euros.

For its four-wheel drive version, its sales prices are as follows:

  • 1.2 GL HYBRID 82 PS 4WD: From 20,600 euros.
  • 1.2 GL+ HYBRID 82 PS 4WD: From 21,680 euros.
  • 1.2 GLX HYBRID 82 PS 4WD: From 23,250 euros.

Finally, in the version with the CVT automatic transmission, its prices are:

  • 1.2 GL+ HYBRID 82 PS 2WD: From 21,330 euros.
  • 1.2 GLX HYBRID 82 PS 2WD: From 23,250 euros.

READ MORE: e.Go: From wanting to make electric vehicles in Greece to bankruptcy... again.

Copyright Greekcitytimes 2024