Hybrid and all the tech you need as standard across the car range
Suzuki is one of very few brands that offers Hybrid technology as standard across its passenger vehicle range together with a high specification and all the tech you need. With Suzuki there is no need to tick countless option boxes as its all there for you from a simple model structure that’s unique amongst its competitors.
With the current spiraling cost of petrol, Suzuki’s Hybrid technology and low kerb weight saves fuel and helps keep cost of ownership down with lower CO2 emissions.
Taking the ever-popular Swift as an example, Suzuki currently has good stock availability for 72 plate September delivery from the 1.2-litre Dualjet Hybrid SZ-L up to the Swift Sport with 48V Hybrid as standard. The Swift SZ-L is equipped with rear parking camera and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smartphone link which are just two standard tech examples that would need to be optionally purchased across most of its rivals and cost a lot more to add too.
SZ-L is the volume selling model in the Hybrid Swift range and includes a high specification with six airbags, Radar Brake Support (automated emergency braking), Adaptive Cruise Control, LED headlights, air conditioning, DAB radio, privacy glass, 16-inch polished alloy wheels and LED daytime running lights.
If the SZ-L model is chosen on a PCP (Personal Contract Purchase) agreement, payments are just £179 per month after a low customer deposit of £2,613 with a further £1,000 Finance Deposit Allowance (FDA) offered by Suzuki. Instalments are spread over 48 months with an optional final payment of £5,734 to keep the car. Offers are in place from 1st July until the end of September.
All Suzuki models are renowned for low cost of ownership, low fuel consumption and CO2 emissions and the Swift 1.2-litre Dualjet with manual transmission achieves 59.7mpg on the Combined consumption cycle with CO2 emissions of just 106g/km (both tested under WLTP regulation).
Swift Sport offers even more on road dynamics and a highly responsive drive yet with easily manageable performance from its 1.4-litre Boosterjet 48V Hybrid powertrain. The Swift Sport boasts the lowest kerb weight amongst its competitors at just 1,025kg and its lower mass helps keep CO2emissions down to just 125g/km and fuel economy up achieving 50.4mpg on the WLTP Combined cycle.
Specification is of course very high with no options offered or extras required, all a customer needs to decide on is the colour – and at no additional cost.
Suzuki is the only brand offering the flexibility of a 14-day return guarantee should a customer have a change of mind - subject to terms and conditions.