The Swift is a subcompact car produced by Suzuki. It is four generations in and still going strong. No doubt repairs will need to be made and whether it is your car, or you are a workshop owner, making sure they are done properly is important. Our Suzuki Swift workshop manual can help guarantee that you get it done right. Our eManual will help guide you through the process step by step to ensure that you can make repairs correctly. Get your eManual today to get started.
The first generation Suzuki Swift was produced from 2000 to 2004. It was offered in both a three and a five door hatchback option. The Swift was powered by a new generation of Suzuki engine called the M family. It was an inline-four engine with both a 1.3 and 1.5 liter option. They came with the option of a five speed manual transmission or a four speed automatic. There was also the option of front or four wheel drive. The three door version was slightly shorter,
The second generation Suzuki Swift was produced from 2004 until 2010. This sporty, subcompact car was a low price alternative to other vehicles in its class and did amazingly well in the car market due to those exact reasons. It has a refined chassis and excelled in road testing programs. It received a four star rating in the Euro NCAP crash tests. In 2006 it received the Semperit Irish Car of the Year Award. The 1.3 liter engine offered 91 horsepower and the 1.5 liter offered 101 horsepower. There were several other options of the Swift available as well including the Suzuki Swift Sport.
The third generation Swift was produced from 2010 until 2017. During this period it received some pretty impressive upgrades. It had a longer and more rounded shape and a new engine design. It came with a 1.4 liter engine with 95 horsepower with available manual or automatic transmission. Anti lock brakes were now standard. There were also a few trim levels introducing including the GL and the GX. The car was very modern and sleek looking. The S-Concept came with a 1.6 liter 4 cylinder engine with a six speed manual transmission. The Sport version was also available.
The current fourth generation Swift was introduced in 2017. The all new 2019 Swift is back and better than ever. It offers a sleeker, sharper design and improved performance. It comes with a 1.0 liter BoosterJet Turbo Engine. It is the most powerful in its class with 109 horsepower. The interior houses all of the modern comfort and technology that consumers desire today. It also comes with a race car like design inside and D shaped steering wheel. Safety features have been upgraded to include an advanced airbag system, anti lock brake system, electronic stability control, and many more.
Keeping up service on the Swift doesn’t have to be hard. Our Suzuki Swift service manual contains easy to read, step by step instructions for you to follow along with. Just read your way through and servicing the Swift should be a breeze. Get your copy of the eManual today to get started.