Standard kit list has been strengthened

The Swift Hybrid 4WD SZ5 is in the market now and in quite a new style and a new mild-hybrid tech. We have seen quite a few facelifts over the years, but the update to the Suzuki Swift might not be of much significance if you consider its styling.

Across the grille and LED lights they have added a new chrome strip, but if you consider the vehicle as a whole only a little has been done to make the version of the vehicle different from the first version that came out in 2017. Other changes include a 1.2-liter Dualjet petrol engine, which is the only source of power for the car, and it works with a 12V mild-hybrid system, this set-up helps in reducing emissions.

According to the company, the vehicle is very ideal for those customers who live in rural areas, or travel there very often, and need additional mobility, to move across rough terrain.

But, such changes are not without their cost. The standard kit list has been strengthened by the company for all trim levels, and of course, it will cost significantly. The car we tested was equipped with a four-wheel-drive and a five-speed row-your-own gearbox. It can be very comfortable on a long journey and can entertain on certain roads.

The lowers forms like the new SZ-L grade should be your priority if you want to get this vehicle, as its price is justifiable. It would be easy for you to pay the amount it asks for, and not regret your decision if you were to just travel within the town. However, the higher forms, which ask for more money, like the SZ5 model can’t justify the amount it costs, in our opinion. In short, there are better alternatives, but if you were to get it, we would recommend the front-wheel drive, the manual box, and the cheapest trim level.