The Suzuki Swift has received a number of minor updates, including new tech, a revised engine range and new styling options.
The four trim levels have been carried over – SZ2, SZ3, SZ4 and Sport – but gone from the range is the 1.3-litre DDiS diesel. This leaves the Euro 5 compliant 94bhp 1.2-litre petrol engine, with Sport models (£13,999 - £14,499) featuring a 134bhp 1.6-litre unit.
For entry-level SZ2 (£10,799) and above, all versions of the compact supermini gain front fog lights and LED daytime running lights, with the exception of Sport models.
On top of this, a gearshift indicator has been fitted across the entire range to help aid fuel efficiency, as has a Tyre Pressure Monitor System.
Range-topping SZ4 (£14,039 - £16,439) also benefits from standard-fit satellite navigation with DAB radio, and all models aside from the Sport can now be optioned with Amethyst Grey Pearl Metallic paint for £430.
Customers can also pick up a revised Swift model at a reduced price, thanks to the Suzuki’s current VAT-free offers, meaning prices start from as little as £8,999 for the entry-level model.