I always wanted to have a review of Suzuki Swift from some one, so I just was searching for review and I happen to stumble upon this. I thought some of the guys interested in Swift may like this review, surely it is not my own review.. it is just a copy..
This Swift is a completely different car to the last model to bear the name. It’s an all-new car and has been designed to look good, give a sporty drive and to be more refined than ever before. On the whole, it’s worked. The cabin is simple, but stylish and uses tasteful materials; it cruises well on the motorway and even feels agile in town or blasting down B-roads. And for the first time Suzuki has fitted their small car with a modern diesel engine.
Behind The Wheel
All models have a sporty-looking three-spoke steering wheel with audio controls. It adjusts for height, but not reach. The dials are simply laid out and clear to read. The main stereo and ventilation buttons and switches are chunky and easy to use on the move. The driving position is comfortable – even on longer trips – and the seats have good lumbar and side support. The clock, outside temperature gauge and fuel consumption calculator are displayed in red in a central housing on the dashboard. The raised driving position gives good all-round visibility
GL has power steering, front electric windows, heated electric door mirrors, remote central locking, radio/CD player with six speakers, audio controls on the steering wheel, tinted glass, temperature display, driver, passenger and side airbags, ABS with EBD and deadlocks. GLX adds keyless entry, air conditioning, alloy wheels and front fog lamps.