Suzuki’s popular compact hatchback has been updated for 2021 and features new exterior styling, improved specification and even more safety equipment.
The Suzuki Swift has been a firm favourite with many UK drivers since its release and continues to be a popular model for drivers of all ages. The newly updated model boasts some exciting new features and we’re sure it’s going to be the best Swift yet.
Let’s take a closer look at the refreshed Suzuki Swift.
Higher Standard Specification
As standard, the new Suzuki Swift is jam-packed with even greater features for better connectivity, enhanced comfort and to ensure you look good on every road.
From Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, DAB radio, leather steering wheel and privacy glass to LED Headlamps, LED rear combination lamps and 16-inch alloy wheels, it’s got everything you need to make every day driving better.
Higher spec models, like the SZ5, also include automatic air conditioning, keyless entry, telescopic steering wheel adjustment, rear electric windows and door mirror side turn indicator.
You’ll have the choice of six optional metallic colours to choose from too, with three dual-tone colours available, including the Black Pearl roof option.
Safety is Suzuki’s main priority, so it is no surprise that the newly updated Swift features the latest safety systems to keep you and your passengers safe on every journey.
Radar Brake Support warns you to apply the brakes if a potential collision is detected and can be adapted to detect hazards close to you or further away. Other safety features installed across the range include Lane Departure Warning and Prevention, Weaving Alert, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Blind Spot Monitor, Traffic Sign Recognition and rear parking sensors, giving you and your passengers extra peace of mind.
All Swift models will be available with self-charging hybrid technology, increasing efficiency and reducing your fuel bill.
Combining a petrol engine with an electric motor, Suzuki has ensured range is extended and performance improved, whilst CO2 emissions are reduced.
With the ability to self-charge, it means you won’t have to worry about plugging in your Swift, making it easier and more convenient for you.
Prices start from £14,749 and you can expect to see the new Suzuki Swift hit UK roads next year.
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