What’s more, it’s hard to argue with the price, with the range starting at a shade under £11,000.
One of the main changes for 2017 is the fact the Swift is now shorter, lower and wider than its predecessor.
Suzuki will have a full range of one-litre models here soon, including the new Swift and the biggish Vitara sport utility vehicle. These engines are turbocharged, of course, and are no longer as anaemic as those of yesteryear.
The photograph of the interior of the car confirms that they have made some subtle yet useful changes to make it appealing. A range of technology options, connectivity features will be implemented in the new Swift Sport. The dashboard features a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system while an additional 4.2-inch display adds up as the instrument panel.
As expected, the setup supports both Apple Car Play and Android Auto connectivity options. Getting your smartphone content to the entertainment system should be an easy task.