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Below is a chart which indicates all the sporty engine types for the Suzuki Swift sold in Europe since 1984:

 

Model

Years

Engine code

Power

Torque

GTI (AA33S)

1986-1989

G13B

101 hp at 6,600 rpm

108 N⋅m at 5,500 rpm

GTI (AA34S)

1989-1996

101 hp at 6,450 rpm

113 N⋅m at 4,950 rpm

Sport (ZC31S)

2006-2010

M16A

125 hp at 6,800 rpm

148 N⋅m at 4,800 rpm

Sport (ZC32S)

2011-2017

136 hp at 6,900 rpm

160 N⋅m at 4,400 rpm

Sport (ZC33S)

since 2018

K14C

140 hp at 5,500 rpm

230 N⋅m at 2,500~3,500 rpm


Note that in Japan, the Swift was first marketed under the name Cultus. Also, the Cultus introduced there in 1998 was known as Baleno in Europe, while the first Japanese Swift that appeared in 2000 was called here Ignis. By the way, the Swift Sport made its debut with this generation in the land of the rising sun in 2003, powered by a 115 hp M15A (1.5L). It wasn't until 2004 that the European and Japanese Swifts became standardized.

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