All Swifts get a DAB radio and Bluetooth although we’d say it’s worth going for at least SZ-T if you value connectivity. Jump up to this grade and you add a 7.0in colour touchscreen with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and MirrorLink, all of which allow you to control certain smartphone functions safely and legally through the infotainment system.
At the top of the range, SZ5 also adds sat nav. Connectivity may impress, but we did find that there was noticeable lag when inputting an address into the sat nav. The graphics also look dated and of low resolution and many of the on-screen icons are small enough that they become tricky to hit when you’re trying to focus on driving too. However, the system is at least easy understand thanks to a logical menu system.