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Compared to its predecessor, the new Swift Sport has managed to shave off a considerable 80 kilograms (176 pounds) and it now tips the scales at just 970 kg (2,138 lbs), but that’s not the only significant change. Gone is the naturally aspirated 1.6-liter engine as it had to make way for a turbocharged 1.4-liter. It develops 103 kilowatts (138 horsepower) and 170 lb-ft (230 Newton-meters) of torque.
The Swift Sport was introduced as the Japanese alternative to the hot hatches which Europe which introduced a new level of driving fun in an affordable price sector. The previous generations of the Swift Sport were known for its no nonsense approach and has since drawn a loyal following. Can this new generation keep up with this legacy? Lets find out. Big thanks to Melville Suzuki for loaning the car for us to review. http://www.melvillesuzuki.com.au/ ►Subscribe and/or bookmark our direct channel link: https://www.youtube.com/c/autoreviewofficial Follow us on instagram @autoreviewofficial Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org Hit the like button if you've enjoyed the video, and subscribe to keep up to date with the latest reviews. Thanks to Melville Subaru for loaning the XV for review. Check them out at http://www.melvillesubaru.com.au/ Music: Maybe Monday by KAASI https://soundcloud.com/itskaasi True by UPPERMOST https://soundcloud.com/uppermost
The all-new Suzuki Swift Sport had its global premiere at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show. The third-generation Swift Sport features a lower, wider stance, more aggressive styling, and a torque-to-weight ratio that propels the Swift Sport into genuine hot hatch territory. "We know that our customers value a dynamic driving experience above everything else," says Swift Sport chief engineer Masao Kobori, "so we've made the new Swift Sport lighter, faster and more stimulating in every way."With a 1.4 BOOSTERJET engine producing 230N⋅m of torque, and a total kerb weight that is 80kg less than its predecessor, the lighter and quicker Swift Sport has evolved into a genuine hot hatch that makes exhilarating sports driving a reality.The 1.4 BOOSTERJET petrol engine delivers high power with good fuel economy. The new turbocharger helps the engine produce impressive torque from low in the rev range, while the small displacement and direct fuel injection system optimises fuel consumption. The direct fuel injection system features seven-hole injector nozzles, enabling increased fuel pressure and highly atomised fuel injection, resulting in higher engine output and a cleaner exhaust. The turbocharger system is equipped with normally-closed wastegate valve control, which defaults to the closed position to provide good response in normal driving, and opens to minimise fuel consumption when cruising.
On display at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show, Maruti could launch this car in India next year. More details - www.rushlane.com
2018 Suzuki Swift Sport review | Auto Car