Suzuki Swift Sport
With its powerful turbocharged engine, lightweight chassis and distinctive design, the new Suzuki Swift Sport has all the makings of a great hot hatch. It delivers on the road with superb handling and strong, accessible performance. The chassis is perfectly judged for bumpy British roads and rewards you for pushing on. So, this is a car keen driver’s will love. It’s also an excellent daily driver. 5-doors make access easy and as standard, you get a touchscreen infotainment system, Apple CarPlay & Android Auto, Adaptive Cruise Control and a reversing camera - everything you need to stay connected and entertained on the go.
The Suzuki Swift Sport is an exclusive, elusive beast. It stands out with an aggressive body kit, 17” alloy wheels, rear diffuser and dual-tip stainless steel exhaust system. It looks every bit as capable as it is on the road.
Powered by an all-new 1.4 Boosterjet turbocharged petrol engine, the Suzuki Swift Sport is powerful. It has 138bhp and 170 lb-ft of torque to play with, which is sent to the front wheels through a slick 6-speed manual transmission.
Designed as a 5-door hot hatchback, the Swift Sport comfortably accommodates five passengers. Rear legroom is plentiful, and the boot is a decent size for shopping trips with a 265-litre capacity. The rear seats also split fold 60-40 for flexibility.
Living with it
This is where the Swift Sport excels. It handles beautifully yet absorbs imperfections in rough roads exceptionally. It’s a rewarding daily driver and comes loaded with premium kit as standard, including a 7” touchscreen with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and MirrorLink.
Suzuki Swift Sport Interior
New Suzuki Swift Sport Colours
New Suzuki Swift Sport Reviews
As a really affordable pocket rocket for everyday road use, it’s very well judged indeed.. Autocar
It may not quite offer the outright thrills of its predecessors, but the new Suzuki Swift Sport has moved its game on, both in terms of performance and refinement. Auto Express
Can you spot the difference? Us neither. But who cares: the latest Swift Sport is better than ever TopGear