New Suzuki Swift Sport Put To The Test; Is It Still A Winner?

Thus, the Swift Sport has become faster, the good looks are still there ‘ Sure, there are lots of special touches inside meant to emphasize its sporty character, yet for a car that starts at ’16,

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Thanks to its punchy engine, great handling and good looks, the Suzuki Swift Sport has for a long time been a favorite among hot hatch enthusiasts.

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The sportiest version of Suzuki’s subcompact hatch is now powered by a turbocharged 1.4-liter Boosterjet engine that replaces the old naturally aspirated mill.

It provides 44 percent more torque and makes 140 PS (138 hp / 103 kW) and 230 Nm (170 lb-ft) of torque. Tipping the scales at just 975 kg (2,150 lbs), the Swift Sport accelerates to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 8.1 seconds and maxes out at 209 km/h (130 mph).

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Suzuki Swift Sport 1.4 Boosterjet – Eurekar

By Patrick James on 2018-11-11 – The author has been a motoring writer for more than 16 years. Formerly motoring editor at the Coventry Telegraph, he now produces motoring copy, on new car launches and road tests on a freelance basis.

The Japanese firm is on a roll with ever increasing quality in terms of build and performance and technology, but still offering modest price tags.

This little firecracker put my in mind of the legendary Peugeot 205, such is the fun drive and engagement you get.

Powered by the 1.4 Boosterjet engine, the turbocharged unit turns the small family hatch into a real pocket rocket.

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Watch new Suzuki Swift Sport tackle the ‘Moose Test’…

The folks over at Spanish publication km77 have put the new Suzuki Swift Sport through the dreaded Moose Test, with the little warm hatch earning a ‘good’ rating.

In the video below, the lightweight Swift Sport ‘ which is powered by a 1,4-litre turbocharged petrol engine worth 103 kW and 230 N.m ‘ is subjected to one of the toughest handling tests out there, designed to simulate an animal suddenly running in front of a moving vehicle.

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  • Date: 2018-08-15T09:39:59+02:00
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Kia Rio 2019 review: GT-Line – CarsGuide

But, when it came to the experience behind the wheel, the car was hampered by a less-than impressive engine and lacklustre transmission options.’

So, has Kia finally explored the Rio’s potential? Is the GT-Line as hot as it looks? Read on to find out.

Fittingly, the Rio GT-Line looks like an angry little car with a lot to prove. In this ‘Mighty Yellow’ (love it) shade, it looks like it’s ready to hunt down cars in the segment that own the whole ‘fun’ thing.’

Specifically, it looks ready to take on the Suzuki Swift Sport with its flared side-skirts, black highlights adorning the front and rear bumpers. And the little gloss-black highlight spoiler round the back which looks like a nod to its distant cousin, the i30N. There’s even a gloss-black highlight diffuser and a peppy-looking dual-exhaust.

Concussion researchers put spotlight on rodeo riders

Rodeo riders would benefit from a’return-to-play (RTP) protocol such as those being introduced into other high-contact sports, US concussion researchers say.

After reviewing literature on concussion in rodeo,’US researchers Alissa Wicklund, Shayla Foster and Ashley Roy found that, despite a high incidence of injury in their sport, rodeo athletes were underrepresented in research. No standard post-concussion protocols are available across rodeo organizations for evaluating fitness to return to competition.

They also pointed out the ‘unique barriers’ that complicated the management and treatment of rodeo athletes with concussion, such as ‘the solo nature of the sport, lack of consistent access to health care professionals, and athletic conditioning that often occurs outside of a traditional gym-based exercise regimen’.

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  • Date: 2018-11-23T19:48:28+00:00
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