Since the launch, Suzuki had developed lot of application-based trims of Swift to entrench its roots deeper in the markets, which one can find an example here. To bridge the gap between regular Swift and Swift Sport (performance version) Suzuki launched Swift GS with projector headlamps and other minute changes based on the top-end GX trim.
The hatchback with projector headlamps also hosts other amendments like sporty front grille, rear spoiler, 16-inch alloy wheels, HID (High density discharge) lights in the headlamps cluster for the auto-leveling feature and others.
Moving inside, the seat cover, silver finish on gear knob, cruise control and more are loaded to pep up the buyers’ decision. Otherwise, under the bonnet power is sent by a standard 1.4-litre petrol K-Series aluminum built petrol engine to churn the max output of 95PS and 130NM of peak torque. A five-speed manual transmission takes over the charge as standard, but buyers can replace that with a four-speed automatic to suit themselves. Price of 214.4 million IDR (which sums up to 10.27 lakh approximately) tilts it a bit on the pricey side, but will not push away the Swift fans from buying it.
Hence, the same model is also available in Thailand with projector headlamps called as Swift RX.