Download Free Suzuki Swift S Manual.pdf The original Suzuki Swift was launched in Australia in 1984, and with a zippy 1.3 litre engine, good build quality and attractive pricing, soon became a favourite with consumers. Owners that have kept Swift’s long term have also been rewarded with class leading reliability, and there plenty of originals still on the road today. The new model was previewed at the Sydney Motor Show, in 2004 and released in February 2005. Developed in Europe, Suzuki believe the new Swift will have wide international appeal., it’s available as a five door in Australia, with a 1.5 litre engine with a choice of either manual or automatic transmission It replaces the Suzuki Ignis in the Suzuki model line up.

The New Swift is a well appointed small car. It has a standard features list that beats some of its cheaper rivals and equals its more expensive opposition. Standard features include air-conditioning, Power Steering, Dual front air bags, ABS brakes with Brake assist and Electronic Brake Force Distribution, Power windows, a CD player and remote central locking. The Swift S gains some additional features, 15 inch alloy wheels, additional side air bags, and fog lamps.

Luggage space with the rear seats in the upright position is tight, and the hatch opening is fairly narrow at the bottom, with the seats folded the floor is uneven, you can pivot the seat base into the back of the front seats which then makes the floor space flatter and allows you to carry loads of around 1 metre. Entry into the front and rear is fine, the new Swift feels spacious when first seated. Two cup holders are provided in the centre console, and there is plenty of storage for small odds and ends and a map pocket is in the rear of the passenger seat only. The glove box is small and fairly shallow.