SUZUKI Swift Sedan

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SUZUKI Swift Sedan
SUZUKI Swift Sedan   1991 1996
1991 1996

Along with the second generation of the Cultus, Suzuki renamed it for specific markets as Swift and offered it as a small-class sedan, especially for new emerging countries.
Europe was breathing fresh air after all its Eastern countries got rid of the communist regimes. All these countries had a specific appetite for new, modern cars, after decades of having access only to outdated, ’60s-era, vehicles. Their problem was that they also lacked the money to buy expensive cars, so a small-class sedan was one of their best choices, such as the 1991 Swift Sedan.

With its subtle design, Swift managed to be an affordable, fuel-efficient vehicle. Its design was simple, with rounded panels and shaved edges. At the front, it featured a black, plastic wrapped-around bumper and a pair of horizontal headlights with corner-mounted turn-signals. Its narrow grille was just enough for the small engines installed under the hood. The profile revealed the three tall side windows related to the car’s height. In the back, its raked-forward windscreen and flat trunk completed the image of a three-box sedan.

Inside, it showed low-mounted slim seats at the front. Its new dashboard design was simple, flat, with a raised area for the instrument cluster. On the center stack, depending on the options, it was available with air-conditioning and a stereo-cassette. The narrow center console hosted the gear-stick and the hand-brake.

Under the hood, Suzuki installed a choice of two gasoline engines paired to a five-speed manual. For specific markets, it offered a four-speed automatic transmission.

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