The Japanese based automaker Suzuki has officially revealed the facelifted Splash, which is getting a lot of interesting features for the 2012 model year.
According to the car manufacturer, the Suzuki Splash facelift is now 60 mm longer than the current generation of the model and the Splash is now getting redesigned front and rear bumpers, redesigned engine hood and a modified front grille. The interior design of the facelifted Suzuki Splash hasn’t been left aside either and the seats are now getting a new trim and graphic scheme while the central console is receiving a piano black finish. The arm rests have been covered in black textile and that’s about all you can get in the cabin on the facelifted Splash.
The color palette offered for the 2012 Suzuki Splash is getting a new metallic color, named the Sparkling Blue, which is completing the Cosmic Black, Silky Silver and Galactic Grey shades, along with the solid Superior White and Bright Red. The top of the line Suzuki Splash is now receiving a keyless entry and start system, rear tinted windows, fog lights, curtain airbags, ESP and the same high driving position.
Under the hood, the 2012 Suzuki Splash facelift is available with two engines, the 1.0 liter VVT with three cylinders, which is developing a total output of 68 horsepower, and a four-cylinder 1.2 liter Dual VVT, producing 94 HP, the same one used on the Swift. The 1.2 Dual VVT can be ordered with an automatic transmission. More details on the facelifted Suzuki Splash will be announced soon.