2017 Suzuki Swift Spy Photos And Brochure Leaked; Emotional and Expressive Car Revealed [VIDEO]

Dec 21, 2016 07:56 AM EST | Leonora Puno

The 2017 Suzuki Swift spy photo and brochure leaks revealed the car to several people way ahead of its scheduled debut. The images were that of a car that is slightly longer, wider, and bigger than its predecessor, the Suzuki Baleno. Designed to challenge the Ford Fiesta, the 2017 Suzuki Swift is made with graceful lines that gave the car its impressive look.

By studying how the Suzuki Baleno looked and performed, makers of the 2017 Suzuki Swift were able to come up with a design that will be an improvement of its predecessor. Because weight-saving materials were used in its chassis and other parts, it will be more fun and lighter to drive, according to Auto Express.

From the leaked brochure, it appeared that the 2017 Suzuki Swift would be powered by a 1.2-liter, a 1.0-liter turbo, or a 1.2-liter hybrid system with front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. The car will come in several colors of red, black, aqua, white, blue, gold/champagne, silver and purple, a great array of choices for customers when it comes to car color. Those made for the local market will be available in three models: the XL, XG and Hybrid ML grades as well as models that are sporty, like the RS, Hybrid RS and RSt, according to Car Advice.

In terms of power train, the leaked brochure indicated that the 2017 Suzuki Swift will have 112 horsepower from a Booster jet engine matched by a six-speed gear box. The interior will have a modern touch screen infotainment system that is similar to that of the Baleno. It can be considered a great fuel saver, with a price starting at £9,100, according to Auto Car.

For people who prefer a car that is fast and a real money-saver, the 2017 Suzuki Swift is an obvious choice for the holiday season.

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