Swift Hybrid with manual transmission is on the way!

Swift Hybrid with manual transmission is on the way!

28 June 2021 0 By administrator


With its 1.2-liter K12D Dualjet engine and 12V battery, Swift Hybrid, which provides fuel savings of more than 20% in urban usage, is getting ready to meet its users with a 5-speed manual transmission at GL equipment level. Swift Hybrid with manual transmission, which has very low fuel consumption in its class, also Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) System, Radar Brake Support System (RBS), LCD road information display, Start-Stop system, automatic headlights, leather steering wheel, LED headlights It also draws attention with its hardware and safety features such as LED taillight group and piano gear knob.
Price starts from 199.9 thousand TL

The vehicle with the launch price will start to be delivered from July. The pre-sale application was launched for the 5-speed Suzuki Swift Hybrid equipped with Suzuki Smart Hybrid Technology, a 1.2-liter K12D Dualjet engine and a 12V battery. With the application; The price of 199 thousand 900 TL will be available at the GL equipment level. The Swift Hybrid with manual transmission with the GL equipment level will have an LCD road information display, Start-Stop system, automatic headlights, leather steering wheel, LED headlights and LED taillight group, electric side There are interior equipment features such as mirrors, 4 cup holders on the center console and a piano black gear knob. The Suzuki Swift Hybrid also draws attention with its safety functions and technological features.

Fuel economy with hybrid

Under the hood of the Swift Hybrid, which has an curb weight of 935 kg, there is a four-cylinder 1.2-liter K12D Dualjet engine producing 83 PS, which offers greater fuel economy and lower CO2 emissions. Swift Hybrid, with a 5-speed manual transmission, accelerates to 100 km in an average of 13.1 seconds, while reaching a maximum acceleration of 180 km / h. The manual transmission Swift Hybrid, which achieves fuel savings of more than 20 percent in urban uses, stands out with its average consumption of 4.9-5.0 liters per 100 km in mixed use.