Suzuki swift gl review




Suzuki swift gl review

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    Suzuki swift gl review

    Suzuki swift gl review

    I drive around a lot. The bench could be more shapely, though it is cushy. Forget expensive hybrid technology, because this new-generation Swift is both one of the cheapest vehicles available, and one of the most fuel efficient. The basic shape has been maintained but the new style grill, headlights and rear doors have changed.

    Suzuki swift gl review

    Suzuki swift gl review

    Suzuki swift gl review

    Suzuki swift gl review

    Suzuki swift gl review

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    I mainly use my car to drive to the bus stop for work, the train for university and to drive to the gym or friends houses. I use my car every single day and Ive never had any issues with it. I love that its small, reliable and low maintenance but still looks so sleek. Would strongly recommend to anyone. Ive had this car about 3 weeks now, and have owned 2 swifts prior to this one. The build quality is exceptional as to be expected from the Japanese. But in order to keep the price competitive there have been some trade offs.

    The room inside the vehicle, including the boot has increased and improves passenger comfort. The aircond seems to better than previous models. The engine feels too small and lacks the punch of previous models, which is more noticeable with every passenger you add. The fuel capacity has been reduced by 5 litres, which equates to about km range reduction.

    Suzuki swift gl review

    The gear ratios feel odd, where im still trying to find smooth gear changes out of this gearbox. The voice recognition on the sat nav is terrible.

    The reversing lights are very dim and difficult to see where your going in the dark. The distance to empty display seems to swing wildly even when driven sedately.

    Suzuki swift gl review

    Cant display odometer and fuel range at the same time very basic display. The spare space saver tyre is as cheap and nasty as it gets.

    All in all this is a great car, but it depends what you want and what you can live with. For me it doesn't make a lot of sense to reduce engine size if there are no gains in fuel economy. Im mean why make it more comfortable and roomier for passengers when the car noticeably struggles with the more you add.

    A reversing camera in such a small car seems a little misplaced. Never really understood the point of day time driving lights either. I would of preferred to have the money spent on a larger engine, and more detailed instrument panel. I still consider it to be a great car, but im not sure id buy another with this engine and gearbox configuration. The previous model was superior in this regard, so im not sure why they changed it. Now being told I have to pay for the labor for suzuki to investigate a fault they keep telling my doesnt exist.

    Suzuki swift gl review

    Great looks, Engine has superbly linear power delivery while being both refined and economical, Wonderful exhaust note, nippy handling. Only complaint is a firm ride over the harshest of roads.

    Also, great visibility due to the upright windscreen which for me was a v. Feels solidly built and should be reliable according to surveys in UK. Bought suzuki Swift GL Navigator recently. Went with this car after comparing pros and cons of similar size cars. We bought this car as an addition to our SUV, for mostly local trip when going alone.

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