Suzuki Swift car lease deals
Cheap to run, with a selection of refined engines and tidy steering. The Suzuki Swift is a solid leasing choice if you’re in the market for a small city car.
Which Suzuki Swift leasing option is right for you?
You can lease a Suzuki Swift in four trim levels. Entry-level SZ3 trim offers manual aircon, daytime LED running lights and Bluetooth audio. Move up to SZT trim and you’ll add smartphone mirroring, brake assist and 16in alloy wheels. If you like a sporty look on your city runaround, consider Attitude trim with its rear upper spoiler, mesh front grille and carbon-effect skirting. Range-topping SZ5 trim amps up the style still further, with polished alloys, rear LED lights and a better stereo system. You’ll also get mild hybrid technology on manual versions of the SZ5, plus keyless entry, satnav and adaptive cruise control.
Suzuki Swift leasing deals. Cheap to run, cheap to buy.
In relative terms, the Suzuki Swift represents good value for money. Fuel economy is good, particularly if you opt for the 1.2-litre Dualjet engine. The Dualjet gives you 89bhp, which is plenty for a car as light as the Swift—as long as you make the most of the revs. The 1.0-litre Boosterjet engine, which is turbocharged, also offers excellent fuel economy, and gives you 109 bhp plus extra pulling power from low revs. In equipment terms, you can match famous rivals spec for spec and still come out with a cheaper car, and you also get a reasonable amount of standard kit on the lowest-priced SZ3 trim. Whichever Suzuki Swift you choose to lease, we’ll help you discover the best offers from nationwide dealers.
Lease a Suzuki Swift. Go small to get home.
If you live or work in one of the UK’s increasingly congested cities, leasing a Suzuki Swift can make a lot of sense. The Swift has retained its tiny footprint while its city-car rivals have grown slowly larger over the years. Yes, you may get a more comfortable ride or more upmarket interior in a different city car—but the Swift is focused on nipping around town and fitting into the smallest of spaces with ease. Small as the Swift is, you still get decent amounts of driver and passenger space up front. Taller drivers get enough play in terms of adjustment to find leg and head room, and the front passenger won’t have to squash up next to them.
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