The Take-Five Review: Suzuki Swift 2018

Sun 18th Mar 2018

Suzuki have come a long way from their days as plain old motorcycle brand, 2017 saw them shift 40,000 vehicles in the UK for the first time, much of that success was due to the popularity of the Suzuki Swift.

So what of the Swift? The chunky-five door hatchback has been the poster boy for Suzuki for a number of years and the car buying public see it as an alternative to the Polo, Fiesta and Corsa. Will the 2018 Swift continue that trend? We searched the five most popular reviews of the Suzuki Swift on the web to get the verdict. says: ‘Spunky Boosterjet delivery. Mild hybrid economy gains. Still great value for money.’ says: ‘The Suzuki Swift has tidy handling and a strong turbo engine, but its ride and interior quality are a little disappointing.’ says: ‘Smart looks, spacious cabin, vivacious drive, great economy and equipment.’ says: ‘The new Suzuki Swift offers a decent drive and reasonable practicality, although rivals are more refined and have better-finished cabins.’ says: ‘Latest supermini is an accomplished Fiesta alternative – and whets the appetite for the Swift Sport.’

You can own a Suzuki Swift from just £102 per month and will even deliver it to your door.