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May 26, 2014

Suzuki PH releases official prices for Swift 1.2 and Ertiga

Suzuki Philippines has just announced the official pricing for its two new compact cars – the 1.2L Swift and the seven-seater Ertiga. Both will be available nationwide this coming July.

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The Swift 1.2 is the newest model in the Swift lineup — a lineup that’s been well-received by people in the past. Its 1.2-liter engine promises better fuel efficiency and sports a maximum output of 87 Hp @ 6,000 RPM, while boasting a maximum torque of 114 Nm @ 4,000 RPM.

It will be available in manual and automatic transmissions at Php608,000 and Php648,000, respectively. The Suzuki Swift 1.2 will also be coming in different hues including Blazing Red, Glistening Grey, Silky Silver, Pearl Arctic White, and Midnight Black.

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Now we go to the seven-seater Ertiga which the company has classified as LUV or Life Utility Vehicle. This is basically a hybrid car combining “the compactness and maneuverability of a hatchback, the style and comfort of a sedan, and the space and stature of a sports-utility vehicle (SUV).”

Underneath the hood, it has a 1.4-liter engine with a maximum power of 95 Hp @ 6,000 RPM and a torque that maxes out at 130Nm @ 4,000 RPM. It is available in 4 variants namely: Ertiga GA M/T (Php 619,000), Ertiga GL M/T (Php712,000), Ertiga GL A/T (Php 752,000), and the Ertiga GLX A/T (Php812,000). Just like the Swift, it will come in different colors like Serene Blue, Firebrick Red, Granite Grey, Dusky Browm, Superior White, and Silky Silver.

As mentioned earlier, these two brand-spanking-new models will be available in all Suzuki dealerships nationwide by July 2014.

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10 Responses to “Suzuki PH releases official prices for Swift 1.2 and Ertiga”

  1. Freeje says:

    A 1.5 engine would have been better.

  2. benchmark says:

    wow! pantapat nila sa Toyota Wigo and Mitsubishi mirage ang 1.2 Swift!

  3. Hen-Sheen says:

    It looks like the 90′s version of Kia: Pride. If that way a Cherry, then it would be a different story…..

  4. Em says:

    “This is basically a hybrid car” – No it is not. It is an MPV at best. In common car speak a hybrid is a car that runs on a gasoline-electric hybrid propulsion system.

    • AA says:

      I think the writer meant “crossover” instead of “hybrid”. Halatang walang alam sa kotse sumulat nito.

  5. wew says:

    The Suzuki Ertiga is a good car because of its very affordable price considering its size. anyway, the writer must not use the term “hybrid” in this article,like seriously. hybrid is used when a car is powered by a gasoline motor and electric motor.it will really confuse a lot of readers especially car guys who consider this as their choice if ever they will buy a car.

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