Owners of the diminutive Suzuki Swift Sport can now experience additional performance, thanks to the latest addition to the range from global ECU remap specialists, Superchips.
The normally-aspirated 1.6-litre engine used in the range-topping Sport variant produces a generous 136PS in original trim but the Superchips conversion adds a useful 7bhp at 7036rpm and a healthy slug of additional torque – 8Nm – at 1826rpm.
The result is excellent for a small, normally-aspirated engine and while the results look good on paper, they are even more impressive on the road. The power and torque curves represent gains at full throttle but road tests show that the improvements are even more noticeable at part-throttle driving, making the Swift Sport not only much more fun and rewarding to drive quickly, it is also more relaxing to drive around town.
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The conversion is carried out by one of Superchips nationwide dealer network and typically takes around an hour. Customers can either wait at the dealer or drop off their car and return later to collect. The cost of the Suzuki Swift Sport remap is £229 including VAT and labour, although regional variations may apply. The conversion is covered by Superchips’ 12-month/30,000-mile warranty*.
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