Naseer, this is one of the biggest blunders done by PakSuzuki.
I don't know why or how they did it, but they made this mistake.
Instead of consciously calculating and raising the height of the car, they just jacked the front up by one whole damn inch.
Apart from the looks, it doesn't make much of a difference in normal and even preppy everyday driving.
However, I've driven mine around 80,000kms now and I've experimented quite a bit with the suspension, and even an inch of lowering improves the cornering and the braking and overall road grip by an incredible margin. I also put in lowering springs once and that was a 2.5 inch drop and I don't lie when I say that the control was such that the car would remain rooted to the road and I'd fall here and there inside.
But all of the above is when the car is pushed to its limits, and when u can put up with the discomfort and hardness of a lowered suspension as well scraping the underside at every speedbreaker. For normal driving with only occasional aggression, it is very inconvenient and annoying.
Also, when aligning the car using computers and sensors, the default input is of Swift 2WD 04-09 15-16". This setting does not account for the one inch raise and although this makes very little observable difference in daily driving, perfectionists like me remain sore over the offset.
In normal, usual, daily driving of any style, the raise front doesn't make much of a difference apart from looks and is actually good for ground clearance- my Swift on stock settings clears everything easily whereas my brother's Vitz scrapes its underside everywhere.
Hope this helps
Sent from my GT-I9300