Suzuki FX Price

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We are provide the Suzuki FX in pakistan.

The 1st Generation Suzuki FX was introduced in 1980. Suzuki FX (1980-1988) is a front engine front wheel drive hatchback. The 1st Generation Suzuki FX wa available in 1 variant only, GA. Suzuki FX 1st generation is a modified version of the Suzuki Alto SS40 that was manufactured under the chassis code SS80. Production of the Suzuki FX 1980 lasted for 9 years and Suzuki halted the production of the 1st generation of Suzuki FX in 1988. During the Suzuki FX 1st Generations production the car went through some very minor changes including a change from a black to a beige interior and optional air conditioning. The price of the Suzuki Swift was fairly competitive when compared to other cars in the same class available in the local market. 

Exterior

The exterior of the Suzuki FX 1st Generation features a very boxy eighties design. The front end houses rectangular headlights polished silver rectangular grille and a black outward sticking bumper. The rear end houses rectangular taillights, a black colored outward sticking bumper and a hatchback. The overall exterior of the 1st Generation Suzuki FX features very minimalistic and restrained design language even for a 1980,s production car.

Interior

The interior of the 1st Generation Suzuki FX features the use of black plastic trim pieces in the early variants and the use beige plastic trim pieces in the latter models.

Engine

Engine

796cc OHC 8 valve which pruduces 40 HP

Gearbox

4-Speed Manual Transmission

Mileage

The 1st Generation Suzuki FX is able to achieve 8KM/L on average from its 30 liter fuel tank that gives the Suzuki FX an estimated range of 240 KM.

Specifications

0.8 Liter SOHC 6 Valve Inline-3 40bhp@5000RPM

Pros & Cons

Pros

Very affordable in the used cars market
Affordable running cost


Cons

Availability of spare parts
No air conditioning on early variants. 

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