Suzuki Launches Special Edition of Swift ‘Style’ in Japan

Suzuki has launched a special edition of the Swift called as the ‘Style’ in Japan. Swift is one of the most successful models from the Suzuki’s international line-up.The slight cosmetic upgrade is only available with the 1.2L petrol engine and comes out to look a bit peppier.


Swift Style Changes:

The changes include:

  • Newer front radiator protection grille gets a twin chrome horizontal grille in place of the older honeycomb mesh grille.
  • New alloy wheels with black accents.
  • Contrasting Black or White roof.
  • STYLE logo in the rear.
  • New seat upholstery.
  • New door trim.
  • Electrically adjustable ORVMs.
  • Protective UV ray filter glass.
  • Cruise Control.
  • Heated front seats.
  • Automatic headlamps and fog lamps with LED illumination lamp.
  • One step reclining rear seat.

To top it all, the engine, which uses Suzuki Green Technology, is a Dual Jet engine, featuring a start/stop mechanism, ene-charge, and a 7 speed automatic transmission with classy paddle shifters placed behind the steering wheel.


Suzuki goes on to claim an incredible efficiency figure of 26.4kmpl. It is available in two-wheel drive as well as a four-wheel drive variant with the price range starting at ¥ 14,67,720 (Rs 8.67lakhs) to ¥ 18,11,160 (Rs 10.69lakhs), all prices are manufacturer suggested retail prices.


The new Swift is available in a wide variety of colours:

  • Plasma Yellow Pearl Metallic Black two-tone roof (BMV).
  • Prussian blue pearl white two-tone roof (BMP).
  • Super Black Pearl white two-tone roof (BMN).
  • Plasma Yellow Pearl Metallic (ZUE).
  • Prussian Blue Pearl (ZMZ).
  • Snow White Pearl (ZMT).
  • Premium silver metallic (ZNC).
  • Super Black Pearl (ZMV).
  • Luminous Blue Metallic (ZUP).
  • Blaze Red Pearl (ZRJ).

So, will the ucoming Swift facelift for India get any cues from this Swift Style Edition?

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