Suzuki launches manual Swift and anniversary Vitara

A new manual version of the Suzuki Swift GL Navigator and a special 30th anniversary edition of the RT-S Vitara are set to hit the road in October, with both new models bundled with a host of extras.

The manual version of the Suzuki Swift GL Navigator is set to become the new entry-level variant in the range, and will offer one of the best value light cars on the market when it launches with a $16,990 drive away price.

With a 5-star ANCAP safety rating, alloy wheels, daytime running lights, and multimedia satellite navigation, with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. A reversing camera is now also standard across the entire Swift range.

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This year also markets the 30th birthday for the Suzuki Vitara, with the iconic SUV having sold some 3.65 million vehicles across 191 countries. Still as popular as ever, a Vitara RT-S 30th Year Anniversary Edition is on its way, and will be limited to just 350 units.

Set to include stylish chrome DRL surrounds, chrome door guards for the front and rear, polished rear boot lip protector and a special 30th Anniversary Edition emblem on the exterior, whilst you can expect the interior to be fitted with the comfort of a centre armrest console.

The Suzuki Vitara RT-S 30th Anniversary Edition hits the road at $24,990 drive away, just $1,000 more than the standard RT-S. Suzuki’s Vitara range has also been the driving force behind television programs The Block and more recently House Rules.

Suzuki Vitara RT-S 30th Anniversary Edition
Suzuki Vitara RT-S 30th Anniversary Edition
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