Friday, March 2, 2012

Suzuki Swift Hatchback

Suzuki Swift hatchback is a sport guise. Powerful and fun to drive, especially considering how inexpensive it is.  The Swift has slowly and progressively earned itself a reputation as a value-for-money low-cost car that's good fun to drive. Fortunately for Suzuki this version continues with those qualities while adding a little bit of extra quality. It may not look much different on the outside – it’s a little bigger than the previous model and has different front and rear lights. Even better are the changes made to the body and steering. The body is stiffer giving it better alertness on the road – as well as making it safer – and the sharp steering has been tweaked to make it even better. The quick steering and low-mass sensation have it chicaning about with glee. It comes with different colors also. And their five-speed boxes are more than adequate at this level. The diesel costs a lot extra but saves fuel without a big performance penalty. These improvements along with some upgraded materials inside make the Swift one of the best small hatchbacks around.

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  1. Riding on 18-inch wheels, the car now features a large rear wing, new headlights and rear lighting clusters. It has also been brought closer to the ground. Inside, designers included bucket seats, a new steering wheel, different instrumentation and carbon fiber trim.