Our Cars: Suzuki Swift Sport

The Suzuki Swift Sport is an accomplished effort, albeit one that's unreasonably priced.
The Suzuki Swift Sport is let down by its vague and notchy gearbox that seldom feels at home in its hot hatch settings.
The day of reckoning, Swift vs Fiesta, which will emerge victorious in Dan's twin test?
Dan discovers that winter grime makes reversing a difficult exercise in the Swift Sport.
With winter rolling in, Dan's little Suzuki turns up the heat with its industrial heater.
It might not be as fast as its rivals, but Swift can be worked into a odd moment of fury.
With prices starting at £17,999, does the Swift Sport really justify its premium price tag?
Dan thinks the Swift Sport is a looker, thanks to its sleek three-door styling and bright blue paintwork.
Dan discovers that Suzuki forgot to bring the noise when it created its Swfit Sport hot hatch.
The Swift's 37-litre fuel tank makes fuel stops a hobby that Dan isn't all that fond of...
On paper the new Swift Sport is faster and more powerful than its predecessor, but is it better to drive?
Dan prepares for a fun few months with this new long temer, the Suzuki Swift Sport.

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