@rxbkrs & Anonymous: The ESP turns itself off after a few enthusiastic corners ;-)
Suzuki Swift Sport specs
|Curb weight||1105 kg (2436 lbs)|
|0 - 100 kph||8.9 s|
|Est. 0 - 60 mph||8.3 s|
|0 - 100 mph||26.4 s|
|Est. 1/8 mile||11.6 s @ 72.7 mph|
|1/4 mile||16.3 s|
|Top speed||200 kph (124 mph)|
|Engine type||Inline 4|
|Displacement||1.6 l (98 ci)|
|Power||125 ps (123 bhp / 92 kw) @ 6800 rpm|
|Torque||148 Nm (109 lb-ft) @ 4800 rpm|
|Power / liter||78 ps (77 hp)|
|Power / weight||113 ps (112 bhp) / t|
|Torque / weight||134 Nm (99 lb-ft) / t|
|Layout||front engine, front wheel drive|
Swift Sport competition
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M2 8y ago
Matt Oakley 11y ago
Suzuki Swift Sport Stage 2 fasted lap first time on the Nürburgring 9m43s what a fantastic little car it is to drive here for someone with no circuit experience.
Anonymous 12y ago
In answer to rxbkrs' question above, yes, the ESP can be deactivated in the Swift Sport. The ESP button is located next to the handbrake that has to be held down for about 6 seconds. This button turns off the ESP and traction control but it doesn't turn off the ABS.
Stelios 13y ago
Please FastestLaps erase one of two lap times for this car in Hockenheim Short.Thanks!
rxbkrs 13y ago
Um, can the ESP be deactivated in this particular car?
javi( spain) 14y ago
Scan super test of Swift sport, Mini cooper 120ps and 207 vti 120ps at Inta Circuit ( Automovil magazine):
Georg 14y ago
corrected the Tsukuba laptime it was added with , not .