The least costly Swift, the GL, rolls on 15-inch steel wheels. Spend more for the GL Navigator and you get a 6.1-inch colour touchscreen with satellite navigation and a voice command function, as well as front foglights.
Spend more again for the GLX Navigator and you get in addition keyless entry and start, which allows you to unlock and start the car while the key remains secure in your pocket or bag. The air-conditioning maintains a set temperature, and the steering wheel adjusts for reach. Rear disc brakes replace drum brakes, bringing a small increase in braking power. The GLX also has LED daytime running lights, and larger, nicer looking, 16-inch aluminium alloy wheels. Tyres are wider and lower in profile, which quickens steering response and adds grip.
Sport versions of the Swift have the more powerful, 1.6-litre engine, with the extra ratio in manual gearbox versions and paddle gear-shifters on the automatic. The Swift Sport looks sharper, with 17-inch wheels mounting yet wider tyres, a rear spoiler, body side skirts, a different front grille design, dual exhaust pipes, and very bright high intensity discharge headlights. It also has firmer suspension, and deeper front seats with red stitching and ‘Sport’ logos.