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The Suzuki Swift majors on value for money; if you want a city runabout with decent interior space and a perky engine, it is far from a bad choice. However, it can’t match key rivals for interior quality or ride quality, and safety needs to be improved.
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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,
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