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2022 Suzuki Swift Pricing and Specs

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$24,862*
Suzuki Swift

The Suzuki Swift 2022 prices range from $14,850 for the basic trim level Hatchback Swift GL (qld) to $33,770 for the top of the range Hatchback Swift Sport Navi Turbo.

The Suzuki Swift 2022 comes in Hatchback.

The Suzuki Swift 2022 is available in Unleaded Petrol. Engine sizes and transmissions vary from the Hatchback 1.0L 6 SP Automatic to the Hatchback 1.4L 6SP Manual.

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$18,888

7 Listings

$21,304

31 Listings

$22,915

21 Listings

$24,526

39 Listings

$26,137

29 Listings

$27,748

26 Listings

$29,359

13 Listings

$32,581

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$34,990

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$18,888

$34,990

All 2022 Suzuki Swift pricing and specs

Hatchback

2022 Suzuki Swift Specs Price
GLX (qld) Specs: 1.0L, Unleaded Petrol, 6 SPEED AUTOMATIC Price: $19,470 - $24,640
GLX Turbo Specs: 1.0L, Unleaded Petrol, 6 SPEED AUTOMATIC Price: $23,870 - $29,480
GL Navi Specs: 1.2L, Unleaded Petrol, SPEED CONTINUOUS VARIABLE Price: $18,040 - $22,880
GL Navi Plus Specs: 1.2L, Unleaded Petrol, SPEED CONTINUOUS VARIABLE Price: $19,250 - $24,310
GL Navi (qld) Specs: 1.2L, Unleaded Petrol, SPEED CONTINUOUS VARIABLE Price: $16,390 - $21,010
GL Plus (qld) Specs: 1.2L, Unleaded Petrol, SPEED CONTINUOUS VARIABLE Price: $17,710 - $22,440
GL Plus Special Edition (qld) Specs: 1.2L, Unleaded Petrol, SPEED CONTINUOUS VARIABLE Price: $21,670 - $27,390
GL (qld) Specs: 1.2L, Unleaded Petrol, SPEED CONTINUOUS VARIABLE Price: $18,150 - $22,990
GL S Specs: 1.2L, Unleaded Petrol, SPEED CONTINUOUS VARIABLE Price: $21,230 - $26,840
GL S Plus Specs: 1.2L, Unleaded Petrol, SPEED CONTINUOUS VARIABLE Price: $22,990 - $28,380
GL Special Edition (qld) Specs: 1.2L, Unleaded Petrol, SPEED CONTINUOUS VARIABLE Price: $20,350 - $25,740
GL Navi Specs: 1.2L, Unleaded Petrol, 5 SPEED MANUAL Price: $17,380 - $22,000
GL Navi (qld) Specs: 1.2L, Unleaded Petrol, 5 SPEED MANUAL Price: $15,730 - $20,130
GL (qld) Specs: 1.2L, Unleaded Petrol, 5 SPEED MANUAL Price: $14,850 - $19,580
GL S Specs: 1.2L, Unleaded Petrol, 5 SPEED MANUAL Price: $20,350 - $25,740
Sport Navi Turbo Specs: 1.4L, Unleaded Petrol, 6 SPEED AUTOMATIC Price: $28,050 - $33,770
Sport Navi Turbo Specs: 1.4L, Unleaded Petrol, 6 SPEED MANUAL Price: $25,630 - $31,680
Sport Turbo Specs: 1.4L, Unleaded Petrol, 6 SPEED AUTOMATIC Price: $27,940 - $33,660
Sport Turbo Specs: 1.4L, Unleaded Petrol, 6 SPEED MANUAL Price: $25,520 - $31,570
Sport Turbo (qld) Specs: 1.4L, Unleaded Petrol, 6 SPEED AUTOMATIC Price: $22,220 - $27,500
Sport Turbo (qld) Specs: 1.4L, Unleaded Petrol, 6 SPEED MANUAL Price: $20,350 - $25,740
Suzuki Swift FAQs

On average, how often do engines, gearboxes and diffs, among other things, fail?

In a very broad sense, these components should last the life of the vehicle. Certainly, by the time you need to replace any of these major components, the cost of doing so is likely to be more than the value of the whole vehicle. That's often when cars get scrapped.


I'll take a stab in the dark and suggest that the warranty you're being offered is from a car dealer attempting to sell you the vehicle and the warranty as an up-sell. So here's the bottom line: With very, very few exceptions, these aftermarket warranties are not worth the paper they're printed on. The fine-print will exclude just about any fault or problem that is likely to occur, meaning that real world problems won't be covered.


In any case, a 2021 Suzuki Swift will still be covered by Suzuki's factory warranty which will cover problems with these components. Why would you need two warranties to cover the same components? Or is the dealer suggesting that Suzuki's factory warranty is not sufficient? Suzuki might be interested to hear that.

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My Bluetooth button is not working either on the head unit or on the steering wheel in my 2020 Suzuki Swift...

Since the Bluetooth is refusing to respond to either the head unit or steering wheel controls, it’s likely to be a problem with the unit itself, rather than a simple switch failure.


In any case, your car is still under factory warranty, so take it back to the dealership and make it Suzuki’s problem. Sometimes these units can be reset by disconnecting the power to them for a period of time, but unless you know the factory procedure, you’re flying blind. Back to the dealer.

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Why does my 2012 Suzuki Swift struggle going up hills?

This model Swift was recalled to check and tighten, if necessary, the bolts that connect the torque converter to the car’s engine. However, if these were to fail or fall out (as happened in some cases) it would be a one-off event and the car then wouldn’t work at all.


Your problem sounds more like a worn transmission which is not accepting the load you put on it when you try to accelerate. This could be worn bands or some other component inside the transmission. CVTs are pretty complex things and rely on physical parts like bands and pulleys as well as hydraulic bits and pieces to take drive to the wheels. It would also be worth checking the torque converter, as a damaged or worn unit can also produce the symptoms you’re seeing. I’d start with checking that the recall was carried out and work backwards from there.

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