Suzuki Swift

1st Generation (2010 - Present)


Suzuki Swift Overview

The 1st Generation Suzuki Swift was launched in 2010 by Pak Suzuki in Pakistan. The Swift is front engined, front wheel drive subcompact car. The 2010 Suzuki Swift is available in 3 variants DX, DLX and DLX Automatic.

The exterior of 2010 Suzuki Swift features a unique design language. The front end houses sharp, sleek upswept headlights, a small rectangular grille with chrome accents, a rectangular air intake and circular fog lights. The rear end houses trapezium styled upswept stacked taillights and a standard case hatchback. The overall exterior of the 1st Generation Swift is unique and well proportioned.

The interior of 2010 Suzuki Swift features the use of black plastic trim pieces. The front and rear seats are covered in fabric. Standard equipment includes air conditioning, power windows, power lock doors, power steering, tachometer and a stereo speaker audio system. Options include satellite navigation. The overall interior of the 1st Generation Suzuki Swift is fairly spacious and practical when considering its exterior dimensions.

1.3 Liter DOHC 16 Valve Inline-4

5-Speed Manual
4-Speed Automatic

10KM/L City Range 420KM
15KM/L Highway 630KM
42 Liter Tank

Toyota Vitz, Toyota Passo

1.3 Liter DOHC 16 Valve Inline-4 which produces 92bhp@5800RPM

Minimal cabin noise.
Sufficient legroom.
Sufficient boot space for a hatchback.

Poor brakes.
Low fuel efficiency.

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Gives Me 16 KM Per Litre Easy

Posted by MBilalPK on Nov 22, 2015

Who says Swift has poor milage? I drive my Swift with extra care. With tyre pressure F/B 33/30. Speed 50-80 and drive between Isb-Rwp. Gear shifting between 2-2.5k (sometimes till 3k) RPM. No hard-...

An honest review

Posted by MIndless Creature on Aug 03, 2015

Exterior is beautiful. When compared with Honda city or toyota vitz. Although some people will prefer vitz, i think this car's curves are more pleasing to the eye, than the angular lines of the ne...

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