2017 Suzuki Swift Web Edition launched in Italy at EUR 16,900


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Limited to just ten units; deliveries expected in May.

Similar to what they did with the Baleno, Suzuki is now offering interested buyers the chance to own one of the first units of the Euro-spec 2017 Suzuki Swift in Italy. Called the Suzuki Swift Web Edition, it costs EUR 16,900, and a booking can only be made online via Suzuki’s website. At the time of writing, 4 units have already been spoken for.

2017 (Maruti) Suzuki Swift Web Edition specs Italy

The Suzuki Swift Web Edition is available in six dual tone colour options: Arctic White, New York Silver, London Grey, Dubai Black, Cordoba Red and Azores Blue. All colour options come with a gloss grey painted roof, chrome ORVM caps, chrome fog lamp garnish and a grey rear spoiler. The Web edition is based on the top-end grade, featuring LED headlamps, foglamps, 16-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels, honeycomb grille, adaptive cruise control, rear parking camera and keyless entry.

The interior is all black contrasted with pearl white trim across the dashboard, floor console, and door cards. It features a 7-inch touchscreen system with GPS-guided navigation, round dials with displays for the climate control system, new twin pod instrument cluster with colour MID, and a sportier flat bottom steering wheel.

2017 (Maruti) Suzuki Swift Web Edition interior Italy

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The Swift Web Edition is powered by a 1.0L Boosterjet with SHVS mild-hybrid technology, which produces 112 hp at 5,500 rpm and 170 Nm of torque at 2000 rpm.

MSIL will introduce the new Maruti Swift in early 2018.

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