You can get your 2023 Suzuki Swift Sport monthly and installment prices through WapCar Suzuki Swift Sport loan calculator In Malaysia. An estimated monthly payment price calculated by simulating a down payment of 30%, a loan interest rate of 3%, and a loan period of 7 years through the Suzuki Swift Sport Loan Calculator.
The calculation results are based on the conditions: Car Variant, Car Price(RM), 30% Down Payment, Loan Period(7 years), 3% Interest Rate.
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The current fourth-generation Suzuki Swift has been around since 2017 and its replacement model is nearing. Following spyshots of a prototype doing its rounds in Europe, BestCarWeb has posted their predictions for the next-generation Swift. First is the new generation Swift’s platform. According to the Japanese outlet, the new generation Swift is expected to carry over the same Heartect B platform from the previous generation model, albeit with a lengthened wheelbase for improved ride comfort. A
The Suzuki Jimny is apparently all the rage now. Despite the internet complaining about its price, the first two shipments have already been sold out. It’s clear that if you found the right niche, what the internet thinks doesn’t matter at all. Before the Jimny, it was the Swift Sport (ZC33S) that spearheaded Suzuki’s re-entry to Malaysia and it too had pricing complaints. But we’ve been told that there are far less units sold compared to the Jimny, even if the Swift Sport is cheaper and offers
Traditionally, hot hatches are defined by their manual transmission (MT), although some hot hatches are available with an automatic. So, when new Suzuki distributor Naza Eastern Motor launched the 2021 ZC33S Suzuki Swift Sport in an auto-only format, not only did it raised some eyebrows, it also piqued our curiosity on if it would be a good fit for the venerable Swift Sport. After all, coming from me and my manual-swapped Suzuki Swift, a hot hatch is not complete without the stick shift. Can the
By now you would’ve read that Naza Eastern Motors, the new distributor for Suzuki cars in Malaysia, has launched the fourth generation Suzuki Swift Sport. Priced at RM 139,900, imported (CBU) from Japan, thus explains its higher price. Enthusiasts who prefer to row their own gears will be disappointed to know that only one powertrain is offered for the Malaysian market Suzuki Swift Sport – a 140 PS / 230 Nm 1.4-litre turbocharged 4-cylinder paired exclusively to a 6-speed automatic transmission.
While the fourth-generation (or third, if you don’t consider the Ignis as first-generation) Suzuki Swift Sport was introduced in Malaysia earlier this year, it is already in its fourth year in the model cycle. Come next year, an all-new Suzuki Swift is expected to be introduced and the Sport model a year after in 2023. Also read: All-new 5th-generation Suzuki Swift could debut next year Interestingly, BestCarWeb reports that there will be a new mini-SUV model from Suzuki, which will be based on