Toyota Yaris 2017 review
Toyota has just updated the five-door Yaris hatch range, comprising the entry level Ascent, the mid-grade SX and the top-shelf ZR. Does it represent good value for money?
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The Swift GL Navigator is the entry-point to the Swift range, priced from $16,990 for the six-speed manual.
The GL Navigator can be optioned as a CVT automatic ($1000) and from there you can also add a very worthwhile safety pack ($1000).
The GL navigator is powered by a 1.2-litre ‘DualJet’ four-cylinder non-turbo engine producing 66kW/120Nm.
Standard fitment on the GL Navigator includes 16-inch alloy wheels, a leatherbound steering wheel, halogen headlamps, a reversing camera, and an 8.0-inch multimedia touchscreen with built-in navigation as well as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support.
All Swift variants have a relatively small 242 litre luggage capacity with the seats up or a still-small 556 litres with them down.
The Swift GL Navigator has a claimed/combined fuel consumption of 4.8L/100km in the automatic or 4.6L/100km in the auto and accepts 91RON unleaded petrol.
The Swift GL Navi competes against the Kia Rio S ($16,990), Toyota Yaris Ascent ($15,390) and Mazda2 Neo ($15,320).
|GL (qld)||1.2L, ULP, CVT AUTO||$11,600 – 16,940||2019 Suzuki Swift 2019 GL (qld) Pricing and Specs|
|HL||1.2L, ULP, CVT AUTO||$11,800 – 17,270||2019 Suzuki Swift 2019 HL Pricing and Specs|
|GL||1.2L, ULP, 5 SP MAN||$9,800 – 14,740||2019 Suzuki Swift 2019 GL Pricing and Specs|
|GL Navigator||1.2L, ULP, CVT AUTO||$11,300 – 16,610||2019 Suzuki Swift 2019 GL Navigator Pricing and Specs|