Which used Suzuki Swift hatchback should I buy?
The 1.2 petrol might not be ideal when you’re transporting a full complement of passengers, although it's the only option if you need four-wheel drive. The 1.0 SHVS is a good idea if you regularly drive on the motorway because of the additional performance boost, but it is more expensive to buy on the used market, so we’d recommend going for the standard turbocharged 1.0 because it’s a flexible engine that’s also very economical.
While SZ3 trim has all the basics, we'd go for SZ-T for the 7.0in infotainment system. You can always use a navigation app from your phone rather than go for the more expensive SZ5 model.
Our favourite Suzuki Swift 1.0 Boosterjet SZ-T
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