You see, the Swace is the latest result of the collaboration between Suzuki and Toyota (following on from the Suzuki Across, which itself was almost identical to the Toyota RAV4), and is essentially a Toyota Corolla Touring Sports in disguise.
Where is the Suzuki Swace made?
Burnaston manufacturing The Swace will be built at Toyota’s Burnaston manufacturing plant, near Derby, and will feature the drivetrain from the lower-powered 1.8-litre Corolla hybrid, delivering a total output of 122PS and 142Nm of torque.
Does Suzuki Swace have sat nav?
As for infotainment, the Swace has the exact same system as you’ll find in the Toyota Corolla. The 8.0in touchscreen is positioned high up on the dashboard, making it easy to see on the move. That’s especially handy because sat-nav isn’t offered in either of the Swace’s trim levels.
Is Suzuki Swace same as Toyota Corolla?
If you buy a Suzuki Swace, you may find yourself having to deal with people eager to point out that, in fact, your new purchase ‘is just a rebadged Toyota Corolla’.
How long is a Suzuki warranty?
three years Every new Suzuki comes with a warranty that covers three years or 60,000 miles (whichever comes first). You also receive a 12-year anti-perforation warranty, as standard. Because the warranty is transferable, you’ll have compete peace of mind, whether you’re buying a new or used car.
Are Suzuki cars made in UK?
It means that in the UK, small Suzuki estates will be rolling off the Toyota production line at Burnaston in Derbyshire. The new Suzuki — the first car the company will have produced in Britain — is expected to go into production next year.