Suzuki Swift Sport
The all-new Suzuki Swift Sport is more powerful than ever. The handling is even more responsive, more precise. For driving thrills, it doesn’t get much better than this. Powered by a 1.4 Boosterjet turbocharged petrol engine, the Swift Sport puts 138bhp down onto the road. With just 975kg to lug around, performance is spritely, and it’s backed by a balanced chassis that inspires confidence. It’s got the looks to back up its thrilling drive too. You’ll turn heads wherever you go, and you won’t be found wanting for kit. As standard, this model comes with Adaptive Cruise Control, Apple CarPlay & Android Auto and a reversing camera.
The Swift Sports’ aggressive honeycomb front grille, sporty front bumper, side sill extensions, roof spoiler and dual-tip exhaust system give away the game. This is a hot hatch that looks as good as it drives - and the interior is special too.
This is a hot hatch you’ll want to drive every day. The 1.4 Boosterjet engine delivers excellent real-world performance and efficiency. The ride is supple and well-balanced, with just the right amount of tautness for British roads.
It’s surprisingly spacious. You can comfortably fit five passengers inside the cab, and the 5-door layout makes access easy. There’s ISOFIX child seat mounting points located on both rear outermost seats, and the boot has a generous 264-litre load capacity.
Living with it
The new Swift Sport makes journeys easier. Adaptive Cruise Control and Lane Departure Warning make motorway journeys a pleasure, while Apple CarPlay & Android Auto keep you fully connected on-the-go. A reversing camera is there to help you park too.
Suzuki Swift Sport Interior
New Suzuki Swift Sport Colours
New Suzuki Swift Sport Reviews
As a really affordable pocket rocket for everyday road use, it’s very well judged indeed.. Autocar
It may not quite offer the outright thrills of its predecessors, but the new Suzuki Swift Sport has moved its game on, both in terms of performance and refinement. Auto Express
Can you spot the difference? Us neither. But who cares: the latest Swift Sport is better than ever TopGear