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If you have ever owned a Suzuki Swift then we would like to hear about your experience with this car. Also if you had to replace any parts then we would like to know how the parts faired. Leave your comments in the comments box at the bottom of the page.

Suzuki Swift Overview

The Suzuki Swift is classed as a supermini or subcompact and is produced by the Japanese car manufacturing company Suzuki. This car was a replacement for the Suzuki Cultus and was first produced in 2000, and is still in production to this day. These cars are cheap both to buy and run; they handle really well but are not as accomplished or refined as some of the class leaders. They are well equipped and have good safety features. Write your personal review for this car in the comments box.

Suzuki Swift History

The first generation (2000-04) could also be known as the Suzuki Ignis in parts of Europe and this car used the new Suzuki M family engines. This car was a front wheel drive but was also available as four wheel drive.

The second generation (2004-10) version looked to move away from the cheap alternative of the supermini class and made this a sportier version than its predecessor. This car was more successful than envisaged across most world markets and its safety design scored 4 out of 5 stars in Euro safety tests.

The third generation (2010 - ) is slightly larger than its predecessor and rounder in design. It is still based on the successful second generation version and is the current version in production.

Models

SZ2
GL
DDiS
GLX
SZ3
SZ-L
Attitude
SZ4
Sport

Fuel Economy

This car has been available in the following engine sizes: 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5 and 1.6L in petrol, with the 1.3 and 1.5L being available in diesel. The most economical of the available engines has been the 1.3 diesel which offers up to 67mpg. The 1.2 petrol engine offers up to 56mpg which is really good for a petrol engine. Let us know how your Suzuki Swift performed in terms of fuel economy.

Transmission

There are 4-speed automatic, 5-speed manual and CVT gearboxes available for the Suzuki Swift. Which gearbox do you have in your Swift? We have a section of our website dedicated to Suzuki gearbox parts where you can find your Swift gearbox parts.

Parts

Do you need any car parts for your Suzuki Swift? If so, look no further as we have many different parts available at very cheap prices. Our vast network of UK Breakers has these parts, and you can begin your search by entering your vehicle details in our part finder or by checking out the Suzuki Swift parts page of our website.