The Suzuki Swift has tidy handling and a strong turbo engine, but its ride and interior quality are a little disappointingread the full model review
Even base SZ3 models get a decent level of kit including a DAB radio, Bluetooth connectivity, air conditioning, a leather steering wheel and electric front windows.,
The entry-level engine is also one of the most efficient, matching the more expensive Boosterjet SHVS for economy and emitting just 1g/km of carbon more. It won’t be the quickest thing around but should prove peppy enough for urban environments. It’s also available with four-wheel drive on top-spec SZ5 trim.