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2018 Suzuki Swift GLX Turbo review

Initially, when I set out to purchase a new car, I had, at least what I considered to be, a fairly generous set of criteria. But as it turns out, if you’re after something that’s small, exciting and (hopefully) reliable over the long term, the shopping list becomes incredibly short. So, from the few contenders still standing, I settled on a 2018 Suzuki Swift GLX Turbo...

2018 Suzuki Swift GL Navigator (Safety) review

DISCLAIMER: This was our rental car in Japan. Walking up to the Nippon Rental car, we were both excited to see which car we would be handed. It was either a Mazda Demio (2), Honda Fit (Jazz) or a Suzuki Swift. We were handed the Swift equivalent to our GL Safety pack – some key differences were that ours had auto folding mirrors and lights, heated seats and digital climate control...

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...

2010 Suzuki Swift Sport review

When my old faithful Liberty finally decided to succumb to the famous Subaru head gasket issue, there were really only a few criteria that I had nailed down for my replacement car. Fun (subjective, I'll admit), manual, under $10K, and no Takata airbag issues. Only four criteria, but boy did it narrow down the field...

2014 Suzuki Swift SPORT Navigator Review

Suzuki hasn’t gone with the latest trend with a turbo. Instead they have gone back to what a hot hatch is all about; light weight, balanced sharp handling and N/A configuration. We are reviewing my SSS with 6 speed man (owned 5 months). The Swift Sport has a 1.6L VVT engine that produces 100kW/160Nm and weighs 1045kg...

2014 Suzuki Swift Review

As a car enthusiast I like what Suzuki has done. Suzuki hasn't gone with the latest hot Hatch trends going with a turbo. Instead they have gone back to what a hot hatch is all about; light weight, balanced sharp handling and N/A configuration. We are reviewing my Suzuki Swift Sport with 6 spd man (owned 5 months) it also comes with 5yr warranty and cap price servicing at $199...

2014 Suzuki Swift SPORT Review

I bought a second hand six-speed Suzuki Swift Sport. Love it. Great little car. I used to own a Mazda 3 MPS turbo. I have just as much fun in the Swift Sport and a little more legally. The MPS was a handful with all that power through the front wheels only. You don't want to spoil this Sport with too much power - it could upset the handling unless you went four-wheel drive...

2011 Suzuki Swift GLX Review

I've had my Suzuki Swift now for nearly 3 years. I bought it new after upgrading from a WQ Ford Fiesta. The first thing I noticed was that it was softer in the ride department and the handling wasn't as sharp. Now that's the trade off for a better ride and it has been worth it...

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