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Worldwide sales of Suzuki Swift reach four million

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Suzuki 's Swift, which was launched in 2004, has reached cumulative worldwide sales of four million units in August 2014 - nine years and nine months since the start of sales.

Worldwide sales of Suzuki Swift reach four million

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Suzuki 's Swift, which was launched in 2004, has reached cumulative worldwide sales of four million units in August 2014 - nine years and nine months since the start of sales.

Two millionth Suzuki rolls off the line in Hungary

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The two millionth Hungarian-made Suzuki recently rolled off the production line.

Two millionth Suzuki rolls off the line in Hungary

The two millionth Hungarian-made Suzuki recently rolled off the production line.

New Suzuki Swift diesel lowers driving costs

Suzuki has added a low emissions 1.3-litre DDiS diesel model to the recently launched Swift range.

Euro NCAP’s best performing cars of 2010

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Euro NCAP has unveiled its five safest cars of 2010. To be selected as safest cars of their categories, these vehicles achieved a high overall score and attained the coveted five-star rating.

New Suzuki Swift surpasses super previous model

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Launched last September, the new Suzuki Swift is stylish, compact yet spacious, and has many attractive and user-friendly features.

New Suzuki Swift surpasses super previous model

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Launched last September, the new Suzuki Swift is stylish, compact yet spacious and has many attractive and user-friendly features.

New Suzuki Swift surpasses super previous model

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Launched last September, the new Suzuki Swift is stylish, compact yet spacious and has many attractive and user-friendly features.

Kia Sportage takes Scottish Car of the Year title

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Kia’s stylish new Sportage has taken Scotland’s top motoring accolade at the 2010 Scottish Car of the Year Awards.

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