Suzuki Swift has now Sold 5 Million Units Globally

Suzuki Swift has now Sold 5 Million Units Globally

Suzuki Motor Corporation’s bestselling compact car, the Suzuki Swift, marks a milestone for having sold 5 million units worldwide this April, 11 years since its introduction.

In the Philippines, Suzuki Swift was launched in 2011 and since then has been a favorite among first-time car owners and younger drivers in the local market. This subcompact car is among the top sales drivers of Suzuki Philippines for several years, and it significantly contributed to the total sales figures of the company in the first quarter of 2016.

The well-loved Suzuki Swift is a perfect subcompact car for first-time car owners. It boasts of a sporty, stylish and premium design with amazing fuel efficiency that makes it the perfect city car for the young urbanite. With its superior handling and fuel economy, the Swift makes driving a smooth yet thrilling experience.

SPH General Manager for Automobile Shuzo Hoshikura shared, “We are proud of what the Suzuki Swift has achieved with five million unit sales worldwide. We have always known that this subcompact car would do well in the market due to its uniquely spirited character, and we are doubly delighted that it reached this milestone at a relatively short time. We are proud to note that it is also doing great locally. On behalf of Suzuki Philippines, we would like to thank those who supported the vehicle in our market.”


About Suzuki Philippines Incorporated

Suzuki Philippine Incorporated is a wholly-owned Japanese multinational firm highly recognized in the automotive industry. The company specializes in the manufacture and sale of motorcycle and distribution of compact vehicles.

Suzuki has established its reputation worldwide for quality, versatility, and innovation and has created a heritage of trust and reliability. www.suzuki.com.ph

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