The Suzuki Swift first came onto the international market in 2000. It has been somewhat of a quiet achiever over the years, with a loyal following.
The latest model, the third generation of the vehicle, is a bit bigger and has more style.
While Suzuki has 35 factories in 23 countries, its products reflect the Japanese attention to solid and dependable design. Its technology is not class leading, the entry level version has a 5 speed manual gearbox. You can option a CVT automatic.
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It comes in three variations. The GL, the GLX turbo and the 1.4 Sport which is a great little hot hatch with bright colours that make it look the part.
With prices starting at $19,000 plus on road costs, the Swift is doing very well in the sales market particularly against more expensive cars like the new Toyota Yaris.
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