Suzuki has facelifted the Swift with revised front-end styling, higher standard specification and improved safety equipment levels across the range.
All models now feature the brand’s mild-hybrid system too, which is paired with a larger battery and a new 1.2-litre petrol engine for improved efficiency.
For the Swift with 2WD and manual transmission, the Hybrid system returns a CO2 emissions figure of 111g/km and average fuel consumption of 57.2mpg.
The maximum power output is 83PS with a torque figure of 107Nm. Acceleration from zero to 62mph takes 12.2 seconds.
AllGrip all-wheel-drive can also be added, increasing CO2 emissions to 123g/km.
Standard equipment for the entry-level SZ-L model includes air conditioning, rear view camera, Radar Brake Support with Adaptive Cruise Control, smartphone link for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, DAB radio, leather steering wheel, privacy glass, LED Headlamps, LED rear combination lamps, 16-inch alloy wheels and front electric windows.
The SZ-T adds grey painted 16-inch alloy wheels, Dual Sensor Brake Support, Lane Departure Warning and Prevention, Weaving Alert, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Blind Spot Monitor, Traffic Sign Recognition and rear parking sensors.
SZ5 adds satnav, 16-inch polished alloy wheels, automatic air conditioning, keyless entry and start, telescopic steering wheel adjustment, rear electric windows and door mirror side turn indicators.
Front-wheel-drive models can also be specified with a new CVT.
The Swift Sport with a 48V mild-hybrid system remains available.