Luxury meets sporty

UPMARKET: The limited edition Swift Classic, which starts from just over $20,000, is filtering into Suzuki dealerships across Queensland.
UPMARKET: The limited edition Swift Classic, which starts from just over $20,000, is filtering into Suzuki dealerships across Queensland.

SUZUKI Queensland has packaged together a list of sports and luxury features to create a new limited edition version of the Swift that will only be sold in Queensland.

From a bold exterior chequered-flag stripe running down the centreline, to some stunning interior features, the Swift Classic will be available in three distinctive metallic colours – copper, blue and silver.

The package is based on the GL series Swift but Suzuki said the additions take the model line way upmarket.

“The Swift Classic package combines features that some manufacturers might charge $10,000 for, but delivers them to the market at a modest increase over the price of the Swift GL upon which the Classic is based,” Suzuki Auto Company general manager Adam Le Fevre said.

“As a result, it represents outstanding value for money; just like every model in the current Swift range, but more so.

“We are running the Classic as a very limited edition amortised at an availability ratio of around one car per dealership.”

The special pricing package for the Swift Classic will see it hit the market with a retail price of $22,165 for the manual and $23,865 for the automatic transmission.

The Swift Classic is now filtering into Suzuki dealerships across Queensland.

Suzuki Swift Classic

Extra inclusions over the GL model:

Leather seats, double stitched and with an embroidered Swift Classic logo.

Double stitched leather interior door trims.

15-inch AMP shadow grey 10-spoke alloy wheels.

Integrated 15.5cm Clarion satellite navigation and sound system.

The sat-nav also includes the latest Suna traffic channel that includes an alternative route function should the monitoring system become aware of an accident or other issue that might cause a delay.

The Swift Classic package also includes three years of free updates on the navigation maps and the 600,000 points of interest.

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