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Latest Reviews


The Swift's 1.2 litre Dual VVT 94PS engine is one of the most powerful in it's class, but offers low emissions of just 116 g/km CO2 costing £30 in annual road tax after the first year and returns a frugal 56.5mpg on the combined cycle.
The Herald


Fit and finish is good, switchgear and controls are laid out logically, dials are of the unbeatable 'classic' white-on-black design and the limited use of silver and chrome finishing is not overdone and looks attractive.


You don't need to spend long with this improved version to realise that it's a more grown-up proposition than many of its rivals - and a very competitive alternative in its class.
Melton Times


In both three and five-door hatchback forms, this remains a neat piece of design, with nice features like the curving bonnet and the blacked out pillars that create
a floating roof effect.
 Press and Journal