Suzuki Swift Leasing
Top 3 Features
A simple, practical and dependable hatchback.
Mild-hybrid technology as standard.
Surprisingly good to drive.
Why Lease A Suzuki Swift?
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
In terms of both boot and rear-seat space, the Swift is naturally lacking given its size, but it does a good job in the circumstances. However, where it gives ground to rivals is in smaller details that make a difference to everyday practicality. The boot lip is on the high side, making it slightly awkward to load heavy items, and while you can fold down the rear seats, they don’t lie fully flat, so the resulting space isn’t as useful as it could be. Nonetheless, if you’re not someone who needs to use the car’s maximum storage capacity at all times, the Swift is a perfectly spacious and convenient runabout. Its small size also makes it conveniently nippy.
The Swift has always been an inexpensive car to run and that’s a trait which continues with the latest version thanks to the mild-hybrid technology. Using a larger battery and starter motor than you’d typically find in a petrol-engined car, this allows the engine to capture and reuse energy that would otherwise be lost. While it doesn’t feel any different to drive, the real-world result of this is better fuel economy – the Swift can hit an impressive 57mpg in manual-gearbox, front-wheel-drive form, and closer to 50 if you choose the automatic gearbox or 4-wheel drive.
Suzuki Swift HatchbackLike most other small car these days, the Suzuki Swift has ditched the option of a 3-door version and comes solely in practical 5-door form.
High Performance ModelsThe 129hp Suzuki Swift Sport offers excellent bang for its buck, and is one of the most highly praised hot hatchbacks by enthusiasts and motoring journalists. Plus, it’s no less practical than the standard car, so leasing one can be a great way of getting yourself into a fun car that’s still suitable for everyday tasks.
The Suzuki Swift Vs Competitors
Yes, very much so. Japanese cars in general and Suzuki in particular have built up a strong reliability reputation over the years, and this is one of the main reasons for the very strong brand loyalty Suzuki engenders in customers.
The Swift can hold 265 litres of luggage with its rear seats in place, or 579 litres if you drop the back seats down.
The Swift is offered in SZ-L, SZ-T and SZ5 trim levels, each with a little more equipment than the last. If you want 4-wheel drive, you have to go for the range-topper.
The entry-level SZ-L doesn’t, but it does get a rear-view camera. The SZ-T and SZ5 have both sensors and a camera.
The Suzuki Swift’s popularity is founded on its simple, straightforward nature and the fact that it’s extremely reliable. It takes as much of the fuss, complication and stress out of motoring as possible.
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