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New Suzuki Swift Sport to be lighter and torquier

The Sport version now has the turbocharged Boosterjet engine.

Output is up 4 horsepower, torque is improved by 52 lb-ft, and it now weighs less than 1000 kg.

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Suzuki to launch sprightlier Swift Sport in Frankfurt

It's compact, sporty, has a manual transmission... and we don't expect it to arrive Stateside anytime soon. We're talking about the all-new Suzuki Swift Sport, which is set to make its official debut at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show. The compact hot hatch is a tuned version of the standard Swift, with power rated at 134 horses and torque at 118 pound-feet, fed to the wheels

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Suzuki previews new Swift Sport ahead of Frankfurt debut

Hot-hatch enthusiasts take note: the Suzuki Swift Sport is back.

Suzuki Germany releases special Nürburgring edition Swift Sport - sort of

Suzuki Swift Sport "Rock am Ring" edition – Click above for high-res image gallery

Spy Shots: 2011 Suzuki Swift... will we get it?

We've been hearing for quite some time that the subcompact Suzuki Swift could possibly make it Stateside, and while we think it probably should have made the trip about four years ago when the latest generation was first introduced, we'd still accept another fun-to-drive little hatchback with open arms.

Loris Capirossi to race on four wheels in the Suzuki Tempest Rally

Loris Capirossi, who usually races on two wheels in MotoGP, will give it a go on four wheels, though he'll be remaining loyal to the Suzuki brand in the process. The race will take place on November 8 in Aldershot, U.K. as part of the Suzuki Swift Sport Cup rally racing series that we told you about last April. The Italian motorcycle rac

Suzuki's Project Splash, Swift Sport headed to Paris

Next month in Paris, Suzuki will be unveiling the Project Splash concept (they're calling it a "clinic model") , a modern-looking-tall-bodied hatchback based on the Swift subcompact. The Splash will show off a new 1.2-liter 4-cylinder gasoline engine and seat five passengers.