The 2014 Suzuki Swift is actually one of the best all-round dwellers along the way. The 2014 Suzuki Swift was heavily updated in 2010, and with a lot more space inside, is a very practical option, although a small trunk. All 2014 Suzuki Swift models are pleasing to drive and offer very low costs Runing. It has a long body and wheelbase than the old car, and offers a sleeker look, better performance and lower emissions, too. Still is not one of the most attractive urbanites in the market, but it does have an engaging driving experience, gasoline engines full of life and affordability. It’s a winning formula for the brand, too.
The 2014 Suzuki Swift represents nearly 40 percent of company sales in the UK. The Swift is available in three-door democracy styles and practical five-door body and a bright pattern Swift Sport hot hatch is the deal of the decade. The latter arrived in 2011 and powered by a 1.6-liter engine with 134bhp and 160Nm of torque, for a 0 to 62 mph in about 8.5 seconds and a top speed of 125 mph. However, not all good news, as the Suzuki is in trouble for a small trunk and cramped rear seats. A facelift of middle age in 2013 brought some different bumpers and interior trim, plus the option of four-wheel drive in the five-door 1.2-liter.
2014 Suzuki Swift Interior
Although it was a completely new model when it launched in 2010, from the point of view of style, which was more like a mild face wash. Changes from the previous generation are difficult to detect, but the little Suzuki still looks clean and dynamic. There are some stylish new headlamps and a more upright grille and revised tail lamps, plus a wraparound windshield MINI style, combine to make the new model as elegant as the current Corsa. The 2014 Suzuki Swift interior is well designed, but some of plastics still look and feel a bit cheaper. There are four trim levels – SZ2, SZ3, SZ4 and SZ-L – but all cars come with split folding rear seats, electric front windows, heated exterior mirrors and a USB connector. Adjust SZ3 adds alloy wheels 16-inch, manual air conditioning and the Bluetooth connectivity, while SZ-L specification adds cruise control and rear
privacy glass. Cars range-topping SZ4 also have luxuries such as automatic air-conditioning, front fog lights, automatic headlights, and the entry and keyless start. A model of the attitude of limited edition comes with Superior White paint, contrasting matt alloy wheels of 16 inches, a ceiling effect of carbon black exterior mirrors, plus a roof spoiler body color. Sport is identified by its body kit democracy, 17-inch alloys, twin exhaust and HID headlights brighter. The 4×4 model comes in SZ3 or SZ4 trim only, with the rear skid plate and front plastic wheelarch protectors and get these.
2014 Suzuki Swift Engine
The 2014 Suzuki Swift has a vibrant personality. The small size and light controls make it a cinch to drive in the city, while strong leadership, strong grip and gearshift is slick means that as fun as Ford Fiesta on a side street of torque. The gasoline engine 1.2-liter entry-level is an artist and wanting trouble, but you must work hard to give their best, but there is not much difference in performance if you choose to drive two or four wheels. The petrol versions are also available with automatic transmission four-acting smooth but slow speed.
The 74bhp 1.3-liter diesel is the same engine found in the Vauxhall Corsa, and provides a good burst its 190Nm of torque at low rom in the rev band, which makes it very fun to drive. Drivers who want maximum emotions must take the Swift Sport for a spin. Its combination of 132bhp 1.6-liter engine and manual gearbox precise six-speed does the 0-62mph sprint takes just 8.7 seconds, while the chassis provides improved acrobatic agility in the corners. From 2013, this car is now available in three or five-door body. Better yet, all Swift models are refined on the motorway and take most bumps and potholes.
2014 Suzuki Swift Safety
The 2014 Suzuki Swift has a full five-star rating in Euro NCAP crash tests with a class-leading 94 percent for adult occupant protection. Safety kit includes seven airbags, ESP, ABS and seat belt reminders. Suzuki finished a disappointing 26th in the 2012 survey Power Driver, putting a location above Renault, but well below Vauxhall 13. The company has a solid reputation for reliability, while all the examples we tested have built solidly. The 2014 Suzuki Swift is also a great value for the money because it reduces many of their rivals in the price even comes with a decent haul of standard equipment.