The Suzuki Swift is now advertised at a price starting at £8,995. The Suzuki Swift is an attractive car it has a pronounced bonnet line and a very shapely contour along its shoulders. Big headlamps give the Suzuki Swift a distinctive ‘face’ and the big wheels at each corner of the car give the impression that it’s solidly planted to the road. The black pillars produce a floating glasshouse effect and the wraparound glazing helps to promote better all round visibility. The rear of the car is even more expressive, with thickset haunches and a roof that melds into an integrated spoiler.
The 1.5-litre Suzuki Swift which is available at £10,550 and 0% APR has a top speed of 115mph, although those figures change slightly if you substitute the standard manual transmission for the automatic gearbox. The Suzuki Swift Sport can do the 0-60mph sprint in 8.9 seconds and comes up trumps with an enjoyably pure and engaging driving experience. Fuel economy is key in a car like the Suzuki Swift and averages of 45.6mpg and 43.5mpg for the 1.5 and 1.5-litre petrol engines respectively. The Suzuki Swift diesel returns an even better result at 61.4mpg. The Suzuki Swift diesel is placed in the affordable tax band B due to the low fuel emissions of 119g/km.
With plenty of space and distinctive styling the Suzuki Swift looks better equipped than any previous Suzuki and is at an affordable price.