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
Equipment levels are generous with automatic emergency braking, climate control, sat nav, keyless entry and start, adaptive cruise control, LED lights, rear electric windows and telescopic adjustment for the steering wheel.\n\n,
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.