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21st August, 2011

Suzuki Australia has released an automatic version of the entry level Swift.

With a manufacturer's list price of just $17,690*, no vehicle in the light car class comes close to matching the Swift GA automatic for outstanding value for money.

Suzuki Australia General Manager Tony Devers said the new Swift GA automatic opened the door for more customers to afford the value, safety and outstanding driving dynamics of Suzuki’s world beating light car.

“This is a car offering better economy than many smaller-engined city cars, returning outstanding fuel economy of 6.2 litres per 100 km.”

“There are no compromises on safety either, with the GA the only entry level car in class coming complete with seven airbags and stability control as standard.”

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“It features creature comforts including electric windows and mirrors, a four-speaker stereo system with USB connectivity and air conditioning as standard.”

“And of course, it comes standard with Swift’s legendary road handling ability and fun to drive performance.”

Devers said Suzuki was determined to offer maximum value to Australian customers.

“With its combination of a long list of standard features and a recommended retail price of just $17,690*, the new GA automatic is proof positive of Suzuki’s commitment to providing value for money motoring,” said Devers.

The new Suzuki Swift GA automatic is now available from Suzuki Australia's dealers.

NOTE: * Manufacturer's List Price (MLP) excludes dealer delivery fees and the numerous statutory charges (commonly known as on-road costs). Additionally, please note that all prices, fees and charges are subject to change without notice, as are the specifications. Prices and specifications may vary for products purchased from Suzuki's Queensland based distributor and their dealers.


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