Suzuki Swift Sport
The Suzuki Swift Sport offers everything a driver could want in a supermini. It’s fast, it’s fun, and it handles exceptionally well. The bold, eye-catching design is bound to turn heads, and the interior is spacious, dramatic, and packed with storage solutions. It features plenty of tech for safety and entertainment. It’s also cheap at the pumps, with a combined fuel economy of 44.1 mpg. The six-speed manual transmission is powered by a 1.6 litre petrol engine, and with cruise control, air conditioning and sat-nav all as standard, this is an ideal car for both the city and the motorway.
The exterior is low and dramatic, with chunky 17-inch alloy wheels, a rear spoiler and twin exhausts. Rear privacy glass and automatically adjusting HID headlamps are also standard. Inside, it features sleek styling, sports seats and a leather-covered steering wheel.
The 1.6-litre engine makes this car quick off the mark, and the six-speed manual gearbox is highly responsive. The precise suspension adds to the excellent handling; and with cruise control and ABS, this car is easy and fun to drive.
The Swift Sport is packed with innovative storage solutions and a boot capacity of 211 litres, which increases to 512 litres with the rear seats folded. The cabin comfortably seats four adults, and ISOFIX child seat fittings come as standard.
Living with it
Practical, economical and fast, the Swift Sport is an excellent supermini. If the drive isn’t enough entertainment, it also features a CD tuner, DAB radio, Bluetooth and USB connectivity. This car offers speed and safety in a stylish, compact package.
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New Suzuki Swift Sport Reviews
As a really affordable pocket rocket for everyday road use, it’s very well judged indeed.. Autocar
It may not quite offer the outright thrills of its predecessors, but the new Suzuki Swift Sport has moved its game on, both in terms of performance and refinement. Auto Express
Can you spot the difference? Us neither. But who cares: the latest Swift Sport is better than ever TopGear