Has a mid-life update kept the entry-level Suzuki Swift fresh in a competitive city car segment?
What if city-sized hot hatches got back to being fun, and stopped taking themselves so seriously?
One of Australia’s favourite pint-sized hot hatches has had a midlife update.
Seriously light, packed with features, and cute to boot, the Swift is a perpetual favourite for first-car buyers. But its value equation is starting to look shaky...
Manual or auto? James Wong tries out the self-shifting Swift Sport to answer the age-old question.
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.
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.
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.
The new Suzuki Swift gets the company's thrummy three-cylinder turbo in flagship GLX trim. Can it cut it at the top end of the light car segment?
Like the 2017 Suzuki Swift? There are better models in the range than the base version.
The new 2017 Suzuki Swift aims to keep the charm that made its predecessors so enduringly popular, while adding a veneer of modern tech and safety. Job mostly done.