Suzuki Swace Leasing
Top 3 Features
Very well equipped.
Why Lease A Suzuki Swace?
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
The Swace matches several of its nearest rivals for front passenger space, with ample head- and legroom. The rear seats are not as spacious, with the roofline making headroom a little tight for adult passengers. While you can officially fit 3 adults in the rear seats, the combination of the roofline and a lack of elbow room means it could be a snug fit on longer journeys.
Practicality is an area where the Swace excels, with a 596-litre boot, extending to 1606 litres when the rear seats are folded down. This load space is well designed, with a flat rectangular shape making it easy to load large items. It also boasts a height-adjustable boot floor, which is also dual-sided with carpet on 1 side and a hard-wearing rubberised surface on the other – meaning it can be switched around depending on what you're carrying.
In the cabin, you’ll find a decent array of storage cubbies, with a reasonably sized glovebox, a deep central storage bin, a pair of cupholders and a small storage shelf for your smartphone in front of the gearstick. The front and rear door bins are also fairly large.
There’s only 1 hybrid powertrain available for the Swace, which combines a petrol engine, a small battery and an electric motor. Switch it into full EV mode and you can manage around a mile of driving at low speed before the petrol engine starts up. The hybrid system is at its best in town, helping the car to pull away silently at low speeds. The battery is charged via the car’s regenerative braking system, which recovers energy as you slow down. This set-up means it’ll return up to 64.2mpg, making it one of the most efficient estate cars in its class. Drive carefully and you can expect to get very close to this official economy number with relative ease.
The Suzuki Swace Vs Competitors
All Suzuki’s come with a 3-year/60,000 mile warranty as standard. As the Swace is essentially a restyled version of the Corolla Touring Sports estate, owners will be reassured by the fact that both Toyota and Suzuki have a strong reputation for building reliable cars.
The boot of the Suzuki Swace measures 596 litres and expands to 1606 litres with the rear seats folded flat.
The Swace line-up consists of 2 trim levels, ranging from the SZ-T base model to the plusher SZ5 topping the range.
Every model of the Swace has rear parking sensors fitted as standard and a rear-view camera.
The Suzuki Swace offers a spacious interior and a large boot on a par with rivals, and features several well-designed storage compartments around the interior.
With hybrid estate cars being somewhat rare in the UK, the Swace is a unique proposition. It’s also a very competent family car and its low running costs add to its appeal.
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