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Looking to buy a new Suzuki Swift Sport in Malaysia? Research Suzuki Swift Sport car prices, specs, safety, reviews & ratings at CarBase.my. You can also compare the Suzuki Swift Sport against its rivals in Malaysia.
It's hard to believe that it has been more than five years since Suzuki formally exited the Malaysian market. Well, fans of the brand can now celebrate its return - Suzuki Motor Corporation has appointed Naza as its...
The third-generation Suzuki Swift Sport is now officially on sale, and those who are keen on checking out the RM140k CBU car can do so at the Naza Automall in Petaling Jaya. Currently, it is the sole outlet under ne...
For the driving enthusiast, the Suzuki Swift Sport has traditionally been shorthand for compactness and agility, even among entrants of the B-segment hatchback category that typifies quick responses. The previous-ge...
- Very good power, peak torque comes in at 2,500rpm so it's perfect for urban driving
- Nimble and predictable handling, even on stock suspension
- Brakes are responsive and bite well due to light weight (only 970kg kerb weight)
- Myriad of aftermarket parts available
- Able to run on RON95 with no issues
- Great fuel efficiency on the highway, up to 18km/L
- Able to get 13.5km/L average fuel consumption in mixed city and highway driving with a disciplined right foot
- Local NAZA units have no top speed limiter compared to recond models from Japan
- Semi-bucket seats that come with the car are extremely comfortable and will hold you well through corners
- Manual handbrake (this could be a con, depending on the person)
- Much improved rear leg room compared to previous generation Swift Sport models
- Very good looking car, will also catch attention of motorists and passersby due to its rarity in Malaysia
- No 'tapau' hooks in the interior, and you can't add any to the existing seats due to the design
- Very thin paint, the car is prone to stone chips that expose bare metal
- Original 16" rims are hideous
- No rear fog lamp compared to recond models
- Poor soundproofing for a >RM100k car
- Interior finishing is riddled with hard plastics
- Comfort is not good for rear passengers over long distances
- Add in 'tapau' hooks around the interior, very essential for Malaysians
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