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Old 18th November 2009, 18:35   #1
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Default Suzuki Swift on Assembly line in Pak Suzuki (Spy shots)

Pak Suzuki Company Ltd. Pakistan is no more taking orders as the plant is closed. The reason being revealed is they are introducing a new model Suzuki Swift in Pakistan. A few spy shots/leaked photos would talk the rest....

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Is it a CKD or Any Localization Achieved by pak-suzuki there?How will they price it?In India ,A Marut Swift Lxi is sold for 4.4 Lakhs Rupees On The Road Price(around 8 lakhs pakistani rupees).
Swift Sedan - Dzire will have a much better success as there are many who are obsessed with sedan looks?

BTW ,Diesel versions will not be an option there as most prefers CNG/LPG is What I can infer
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I dont see any physical changes. If true, the only possibility is a new engine lineup
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I dont see any physical changes. If true, the only possibility is a new engine lineup
In fact, it could be the new K-Series engine that's being introduced in the Swift. We in India would probably get a revamp sometime this year!
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I dont see any physical changes. If true, the only possibility is a new engine lineup
I see one physical change though, there are two of those so-called protection bars at front.
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Rims look like 15 inchers to me and the design of them is same as the european spec one
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In fact, it could be the new K-Series engine that's being introduced in the Swift. We in India would probably get a revamp sometime this year!
or hopefully the 1.6 vvt engine the gulf spec swift gets!!
(which is unlikely, but still..)
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more Suzuki Pakistan (Pak Suzuki) Suzuki Swift price and specification
http://suzukifan.com/2010/02/08/suzu...hback-1300-cc/

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Pak Suzuki Company Ltd. Pakistan is no more taking orders as the plant is closed. The reason being revealed is they are introducing a new model Suzuki Swift in Pakistan. A few spy shots/leaked photos would talk the rest....
I couldn't understand. Are they closing down the plant to introduce a new model? Or are they closing the plant & will import the Swift from different country? Or the plant is closed down temporarily? Why would they want to close down a plant to introduce a new model?
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^May be,He meant plant was closed for Upgradation?
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I see one physical change though, there are two of those so-called protection bars at front.
Those aren't protection bars, I think! I'm not quite sure what they are. I'm guessing that they're bumper mounts or frames or something. Could someone shed some light on this?

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or hopefully the 1.6 vvt engine the gulf spec swift gets!!
(which is unlikely, but still..)
If wishes were horses..
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