The Suzuki Swift is available in only one model for this year. It is equipped with the fuel efficient 79-hp 1.3 liter 4-cylinder engine... Read More
The Suzuki Swift is available in only one model for this year. It is equipped with the fuel efficient 79-hp 1.3 liter 4-cylinder engine which has allowed the Swift to attain some of the best EPA-estimated milage ratings: 39 miles per gallon in the city and 43 miles per gallon on the highway. This ranks the Swift among the three most fuel efficient cars in America. Safety features include next generation dual airbags, side door impact beams and daytime running lights. The Swift offers optional accessories such as air conditioning, four-speaker AM/FM stereo cassette and a CD changer. MacPherson struts and coil springs are used on the fully independent four-wheel suspension in order to provide responsive handling and a comfortable ride. Minimize
Product Review Summary
5 Reviews from Epinions.com
Jan 19, 2003
Thats my baby car!
Pros: Good gas mileage, cute look, nice seats, good price
Cons: A little small
This is simply the best car ever, I would totally recomend this to my friends, in fact, I have! Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 27, 2000
Great car for commuting
Pros: Price, reliability
Cons: Noise level, leg room Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 13, 2000
Economical Car Perfect for a Single Person
Pros: Fantastic gas mileage, fits in the tiniest parking spaces, All gauges and controls are very close at hand, Carries a nice amount of cargo for a subcompact car, Perfect for a single person, Very inexpensive
Cons: Too small for persons over average height, you must give up precious seating for cargo space, Back seat hard for adults to get into easily, Child car seats DON'T fit well. Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 10, 2007
good gas mileage, cute looking, some major problems though
Pros: Amazing on gas, cute, easy to park.
Cons: Not good for tall people, have had problems with it.
A little noisy over bumps, great on gas, roomier than you would think, but with some problems. Read More at Epinions.com