Reading Time: < 1 minute
Suzuki, Swift

The face-lifted Suzuki Swift – blink and you’ll miss the changes.

SUZUKI has made a few tweaks to the Swift super-mini.

The big change for economy-minded, tax-conscious company car drivers is that the diesel-engined 1.3DDiS model has been dropped.

Although it attracted favourable reviews, Suzuki says the Swift diesel accounted for fewer than ten per cent of sales.

Suzuki is emphasising, though, that the surviving models are some of the cleanest petrol-engined cars on sale, with a manual 1.2-litre Swift emitting just 116g/km of CO2 and costing only £30 per year in road tax.



Business Motoring Awards 2021 Winners