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Performance

The Suzuki Swift has the small dimensions and light controls to make it a wonderfully enjoyable city drive. It also boasts sharp steering, strong grip and slick gear change to make it a thrilling ride of those winding back roads. The entry level engine is the 1.2 petrol unit which is an even and sprightly performer which can be driven in two- or four-wheel drive. There is also the option of going for an automatic gearbox in four gears which provides a smooth ride. The 74bhp 1.3-litre diesel in the same engine as the Vauxhall Corsa and provides a similarly fun punchy driving experience. Take the Swift for a test drive to find out for yourself.

Running Costs

The Swift has fittingly small running costs as it is as economical as any supermini on the market. The best economy is afforded by the 1.3 DDIS model which can return an average fuel consumption of 78.5mpg and CO2 emissions of 101g/km. The entry level unit is the 1.2-litre petrol engine which gets your 64.2mpg and emits 116g/km in either three or four-door version. Low price servicing also adds to the Swifts frugality.

Equipment

There are three trim levels available for the Swift: SZ2, SZ3 and SZ4. The basic SZ2 models come with powered front windows, remote central locking, electric door mirrors, and CD player with USB connection and steering wheel-mounted controls. There is air conditioning, alloy wheels added on the SZ3 models while the SZ4 tops the range and add climate control, Bluetooth, keyless entry, rear privacy glass and cruise control. There is plenty on offer with any of the Swift. To find out the full details of the varying specification plus the optional extras available order a brochure through this website.