Advice for buyers
What should I look for in a used Suzuki Swift hatchback?
Many Suzuki Swifts are used as city cars so check for parking damage and dings as well as scuffs to bumpers and alloy wheels. By modern standards the Swift has quite an upright windscreen and owners report that they are susceptible to stone damage. The headlamps should also be examined for damage as they are large and expensive to replace.
Those cheap interior plastics don’t wear too well, so check for any scratches or damage and examine the boot for signs of wear – it’s not huge and can be affected if larger loads have been carried, especially around the high loading lip.