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Limited Edition Swift Celebrates Rally Success

April 28th, 2008




Suzuki has added even more style and value to the award-winning Swift light car with the release of a limited edition RE2 version.

Inspired by Suzuki’s domination of the 2007 Junior World Rally Championship, the limited edition Swift RE2 comes complete with more than $3000 of extra features.

Included in the Swift RE2 pack are an integrated sports bodykit including front, side and rear spoilers, a rear upper spoiler, unique seven spoke shadow chrome finish alloy wheels, an iPod interface, sport alloy pedals and unique RE2 floor mats and badges.

“The Swift has truly been one of the great automotive success stories in recent years, with its mix of European styling, outstanding driving dynamics and fantastic value for money,” said Suzuki Australia General Manager Tony Devers.

“In spite of a host of new competitors from around the globe, the Swift has cemented itself as one of the benchmark small cars in Australia.

“Now to celebrate the Swift’s 1-2 finish in last year’s JWRC title race, Suzuki Australia is proud to honor that achievement with a rally inspired recommended retail price of just $16,990.

“Just 680 Swift RE2 cars will go on sale. With $3000 of extras, it represents an outstanding opportunity to get behind the wheel and discover why the Swift has established itself as one of Australia’s most popular small cars.”

Devers also announced a limited edition version of the Swift S, which now comes standard with cruise control featuring steering wheel mounted controls.

“Swift S has always represented great value, with standard features including curtain airbags, alloy wheels and driving lights.

“The addition of cruise control to a limited number of just 500 vehicles adds further value to our award winning small car,” said Devers.


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