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2018 Suzuki Swift Sport auto review

Manual or auto? James Wong tries out the self-shifting Swift Sport to answer the age-old question.

2018 Suzuki Swift Sport review

The new Suzuki Swift Sport is a significantly better car than its predecessor. This 970kg turbocharged terrier may be a literal lightweight, but it's not a figurative one.

2018 Suzuki Swift Sport review

Fans of old school hot hatches will be delighted that the new 2018 Suzuki Swift Sport adheres to the borrowed philosophy that always made it so fun: light is right.

2017 Suzuki Swift GL Navigator with Safety Pack review

Suzuki's popular city car has received a makeover. Here, we take a look at the sweet spot in the range, the Suzuki Swift GL Navigator with Safety Pack.

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Suzuki Swift Videos

2017 Suzuki Swift review

See the full article here Suzuki is on a roll. New offerings such as the Ignis, Baleno and Vitara are giving the humble Japanese brand more exposure than it has had in years. But the all-new Suzuki Swift you see here is the big one, because it's the company's most popular vehicle and the one it's best known for...

Best Cars for P-Platers: We take a look at four of the best options for city driving

It's something you'll never forget. Getting your license and getting behind the wheel of your first car. There are so many options and for young drivers it can be overwhelming. We asked a group of L-Platers and P-Platers, doing a Driver Dynamics training day, to give us their thoughts on 4 small cars.

2011 Suzuki Swift Driving Footage

Footage of the all-new Suzuki Swift being driven around. Check out CarAdvice.com.au for a full review and more details...

Suzuki Swift Comparisons

2018 Honda Jazz VTi-S v Mazda 2 Maxx v Suzuki Swift GL Nav comparison

Compact cars – not the most exciting segment in the motoring world is it? If you agreed with that statement, you’d be overlooking the fact that there is currently more value for money than ever before in this highly competitive city car segment...

2018 Renault Clio RS Cup v Suzuki Swift Sport comparison

You don't need to spend a ton of cash to have fun on four wheels, nor do you need maximum power. Sometimes cars with lower performance ceilings, driven near their ragged edge, are the most fun of all. Cases in point, the two you see here. The just-launched Suzuki Swift Sport from Japan and the just-updated Renault Clio RS200 Cup from France, both pocket rockets par excellence...

Suzuki Swift GLX Turbo v Kia Rio SLi comparison

While SUVs are the flavour of choice in recent years, the humble hatchback continues to be a popular option for first-car buyers, downsizers and those with just no need for anything bigger. Light cars are perfect for urban dwellers thanks to their compact packaging, and the competition remains red hot as manufacturers pump more and more kit into their tiniest offerings...

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Suzuki Swift News

Suzuki Swift mild-hybrid headed Down Under in 2019

Suzuki Australia will add the mild-hybrid Swift SHVS offered overseas to its local range, with the electrically-augmented BoosterJet powertrain set to touch down in 2019.  Speaking with CarAdvice in Melbourne yesterday, Michael Pachota, Suzuki Australia general manager for automotive, said the brand would be welcoming a hybrid option on a "very strong nameplate" next year, and the technology would carry a "very, very, very minor" price bump...

Suzuki Swift GL Navigator manual announced

Suzuki has added a manual version of the GL Navigator to its Swift range, replacing the GL manual at the bottom of the range with more equipment and a five-star ANCAP rating. The new Swift is powered by a 66kW/120Nm 1.2-litre DualJet engine, and rides on 16-inch alloy wheels as standard...

Suzuki Swift Sport Red Devil here in July from $29,156

Suzuki has announced a limited-edition Swift Sport Red Devil, set to arrive in July from $29,156 drive-away. Just 100 examples of the red-and-black hatchback will be offered Down Under, all finished in Burning Red with carbon-black decals on the bonnet, front bumper and doors, along with the front and rear quarter panels...

Suzuki Swift: Global sales hit six million

The Suzuki Swift has reached a sales milestone this week, with the little hatchback reaching six million units globally since its launch over a decade ago. Now in its fourth generation, the Swift is sold in 158 nations and regions including Japan, Europe, India and Australia...

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Suzuki Swift Owner Reviews

2016 Suzuki Swift GL review

I purchased this car because of all the positive reviews I had read online, and I have to say it lived up to every single one of them. I absolutely love this car. The exterior looks very trendy and modern. It has lovely big headlights, a nicely shaped body and a nice butt. Inside, it is actually extremely roomy, even though from the outside it looks like it would be rather small...

2015 Suzuki Swift GLX Navigator review

My wife and I owned a 2008 Suzuki Swift automatic for five years before buying a new 2015 Swift GLX Navigator, which was made in Japan. I had no problems with the 2008 Swift, which I serviced myself apart from having the belts and idler replaced and four new tyres fitted. Plus, I also fitted new spark plugs and new front brake pads, a new battery and replaced the coolant...

2006 Suzuki Swift review

I purchased this car as it was in my budget and I loved it at first sight. Second-hand Swifts are priced very reasonably for buyers looking for a good car with low kilometres. The main thing I dislike inside a Suzuki Swift would be the stereo, but that is easy to change. Another thing would be the black strip on each door panel, but overall I love the inside of my Swift...

2007 Suzuki Swift S review

I bought my ’07 Swift S (Auto RS415) back in 2014 to learn to drive in. It’s an absolute dream of a car. Since purchasing it, I have run it up to nearly 190,000km – and it still runs like new, not one thing to fault! Inside for the driver and passenger is quite spacious for a small car. As for the rear seats, it’s comfortable for two people, but fitting three can be too close for comfort...

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