New Suzuki Swift Attitude

Special edition Swift 'Attitude' offers a sporting Suzuki on a budget

Suzuki has launched the Swift Attitude, a special edition model based on the 1.2-litre petrol SZ3. Limited to just 500 units, Suzuki's cooking hatch is available as a three or five-door.

The relatively insurance-friendly model is perfect for younger drivers, offering a slice of Swift Sport ownership. Standard spec includes seven airbags, ESP, air conditioning and USB-integration, and the Attitude pack adds  front fog lamps, rear privacy glass carbon-effect roof and black 16-inch alloy wheels. 

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Only available in Superior White with contrasting black trim, the Attitude is priced from £10,750 for three door and £11,220 for the five door.

Click here for the evo review of the Swift Sport

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