If you want a cheap car that won’t leave you with buyers’ remorse, the Suzuki Swift is an excellent affordable small hatch with tons of appeal.
A staple of Australia’s new-car market, the Swift has been around for two decades now, and this fourth-generation model was launched in 2017. With great standard equipment, peppy engines, and comfortable ride, it’s one of the best cheap cars on sale right now.
Prices for the Swift start below $20,000, and even the most expensive Swift Sport (which rivals the likes of the Volkswagen Polo GTI and Ford Fiesta ST) costs less than $30,000.
Every Suzuki Swift comes fitted with adaptive cruise control as standard.
How to check the power steering fluid in a Suzuki Swift?
The Suzuki Swift has an electrical-assisted power steering system, meaning there is no power steering fluid to check. An electrical power steering system draws its power from the battery and charging system rather than a belt-driven pump, meaning it requires less power to operate.
How to connect an iPhone to Suzuki Swift Bluetooth?
All Suzuki Swift variants have Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone mirroring as standard, which can be activated by plugging your phone into a USB port and following the on-screen instructions. If you turn the Bluetooth function of your phone on, you will also be able to connect to the car’s sound system via the media tab in the menu.
Does the Suzuki Swift have ISOFIX?
Every Suzuki Swif since 2004 has been fitted with ISOFIX. The ISOFIX system makes it easer to securely install a child seat, and mitigate the impact on a child if there is a crash.