In production since 2010, the current Suzuki Swift has now been updated by the Japanese carmaker for the European market.
For its midlife update, the Swift receives a new front bumper and grille, with a boomerang-shaped LED strip partly framing the front foglamps, while the rear supposedly gets a new LED-type high-level brake lamp.
Inside, the change is limited to a new design for the seat fabric, which features lined accents of blue and gray.
Other changes introduced to the updated Swift depend on the variant. These include Bluetooth connectivity, integrated audio unit with music streaming facility, power-folding mirrors with integrated turn indicators, one-push driver-side window, automatic air-conditioning, push-button keyless start, automatic headlamps and cruise control.
With the current Swift not enjoying the same kind of sales success that the previous model had in the Philippines, do you think these changes can turn the tide in the car's favor if Suzuki introduces them here?