Finally, Suzuki Philippines Inc. (SPI) has released the much awaited upgrades for the Suzuki Swift 1.2L and its quirky twin the Swift Dzire.
The exterior of the upgraded Swift 1.2L now features a new front grille and fog lamp bezel complete with chrome accent, making it bolder. The front bumper design shows sharper edges, creating a fiercer look. Lastly, the alloy wheels that come standard with this variant now have wider spokes.
Inside, diagonal patterns are added to the fabric seats and part of the rear seats can be folded down for additional cargo space. The entertainment system is a new touchscreen multimedia headunit that is also navigation-ready. They did say it was an upgrade, right?
The manual transmission variant is priced at P628,000, while the automatic transmission variant is at P668,000. Available colors are solid fire red, metallic silky silver, prime arctic white, pearl midnight black, and metallic glistening gray. This upgraded version of the Swift 1.2 is now available in Suzuki outlets nationwide.
On the other hand, the all-new Swift Dzire comes with a better appeal this year. Outside, chrome accents were added to the front grille and fog lamp bezel, adding a sporty and stylish look to its front end design. To top it off, the new units also come with blacked-out headlamps and 14-inch alloy wheels.
Elegance is also enhanced inside with black and silver accents. Meanwhile, the GL and GA variants have fresh and unique fabric designs. Both variants will also be equipped with a TFT touchscreen audio head unit, with USB and Bluetooth connectivity. Navigation system comes as an option as well.
The 2015 Swift Dzire is available in 5 color options - prime alp blue, prime arctic white, metallic silky silver, metallic magma gray, and pearl sangria red. The Swift Dzire MT retails at P568,000 while the its automatic transmission variant that comes with GPS is at P718,000.
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