Kia Picanto 2021 review
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The Suzuki Swift GL Navigator Plus costs $21,490 driveaway, bang-on $1500 more than the GL Navigator.
The money all goes to a suite of advanced safety features and is money well-spent. You get 16-inch alloys, air-conditioning, reversing camera, cruise control, cloth interior, remote central locking, auto-down power windows and a space-saver spare.
The Plus shares the 1.2-litre naturally-aspirated four cylinder engine with the Navigator, producing 66kW and 120Nm, driving the front wheels through a CVT auto.
As part of the Series II upgrade, the GLX scored a big safety upgrade, with blind-spot monitoring and rear cross traffic alert and you get forward AEB with both low and high speed operation, forward collision warning, lane keep assist, lane departure warning as well as six airbags and the usual ABS and stability controls.
The Swift GL Navigator Plus scored five ANCAP stars in 2017.
|GL (qld)||1.2L, ULP, CVT AUTO||$15,800 – 22,000||2021 Suzuki Swift 2021 GL (qld) Pricing and Specs|
|GL Plus (qld)||1.2L, ULP, CVT AUTO||$17,300 – 24,090||2021 Suzuki Swift 2021 GL Plus (qld) Pricing and Specs|
|GL Navi (qld)||1.2L, ULP, CVT AUTO||$16,200 – 22,550||2021 Suzuki Swift 2021 GL Navi (qld) Pricing and Specs|
|GL Navi||1.2L, ULP, CVT AUTO||$16,400 – 22,880||2021 Suzuki Swift 2021 GL Navi Pricing and Specs|