Facelifted Suzuki Lingyang (old Swift sedan) listed & priced in China

Published on December 26, 2011 by Tycho de Feijter

Suzuki Lingyang (old Swift sedan)

Platforms never die in China. This is the facelifted Suzuki Lingyang. It was originally born in 1983 in Japan as the Suzuki Cultus but was called ‘Swift’ in all major export markets. Production in China started in 1999 under the Swift-nameplate. When the new Swift arrived in China in 2004 its name changed to Lingyang, or Antelope.

Suzuki Lingyang (old Swift sedan)

The Lingyang is made in China by the Chang’an-Suzuki joint venture. Price starts at 41.800 yuan and ends at 52.800 yuan, making the Lingyang one of the cheapest sedans on sale on the China car market. One engine only: a 1.3 with 67kw and 115nm, mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox.

Suzuki Lingyang (old Swift sedan)

Dash is slightly improved and now features a standard CD-player. Ain’t that fun indeed!

Suzuki Lingyang (old Swift sedan)

Via: Sohu.com.


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  1. Mohamed- September 22, 2013 Reply


    How much for second hand CHANG’AN-SUZUKI Ling yang model 2010.

  2. Heath- December 9, 2013 Reply

    I have two of these in Australia, a 92 1.3L sedan and a 91 1.6L sedan, I’d love to have one of these new or near new with my 1.6L and all full electrics! How do I get one into Australia!!!!

  3. khanbrave- January 18, 2015 Reply

    how can i import this suzuki lingyang to pakistan. please i need full details of this car and specification.

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