Suzuki Swace review

Category: Estate car

Section: Passenger & boot space

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Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

No one will struggle to fit in the Suzuki Swace. The front seats slide back a long way on their runners and, although some rivals have a tad more head room, you’re unlikely to feel hemmed in. The interior is wide enough across to keep some space between you and your passenger, too.

The door pockets are on the small side but you’ll find plenty of room elsewhere thanks to a generous glovebox and various trays and cubbies dotted about.

The Swace is surprisingly spacious in the rear, with fractionally more legroom than you’ll find in a Skoda Octavia Estate. Head room is slightly tighter but six footers should still be able to fit with relative ease. There’s also plenty of space for three children to sit side by side and the central tunnel is much smaller than the one you’ll find in the Octavia. This makes things a whole lot more comfortable for the middle passenger as they don’t have to place their feet either side of the hump. A central armrest with two cupholders is standard on all models, and the rear door pockets are a decent size, too.

As you’d expect of an estate, the rear seats fold with a 60/40 split, and, just as unsurprisingly, the Swace provides precisely the same amount of boot space as its near-identical Toyota Corolla Touring Sports cousin. That means 598 litres of carrying capacity with the seats up. That’s decent, but the Octavia Estate can take a whopping 640 litres. 

The Swace’s boot is a nice, practical square shape, while an adjustable boot floor allows you to make the most of the space on offer.

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