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Suzuki Swift 2021 review: GLX Turbo snapshot

As part of the Series II upgrade, the GLX scored a big safety upgrade.
EXPERT RATING
7

The GLX turbo scores Suzuki's 1.0-litre three-cylinder turbo engine, with a much healthier 82kW and 160Nm driving the front wheels through a six-speed torque converter auto. It's almost a shame there isn't a manual version.

The Series II improvements have also brought a solid price jump to $25,410 driveaway, a solid increase on the old model. For your money you get 16-inch alloys, air-conditioning, LED headlights, reversing camera, cruise control, cloth interior, remote central locking, auto-down power windows and a space-saver spare.

The GLX has two more speakers than the Navigator and Navigator Plus pair, with a six-speaker stereo powered by the 7.0-inch touchscreen media and sat nav system that also has Apple CarPlay and Android 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 GLX scored five ANCAP stars in 2017.

Pricing guides

$23,490
Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)
Lowest Price
$17,990
Highest Price
$28,990

Range and Specs

VehicleSpecsPrice*
GL (qld) 1.2L, ULP, CVT AUTO $18,990 2021 Suzuki Swift 2021 GL (qld) Pricing and Specs
GL Navi 1.2L, ULP, CVT AUTO $19,990 2021 Suzuki Swift 2021 GL Navi Pricing and Specs
GL Navi (qld) 1.2L, ULP, CVT AUTO $19,990 2021 Suzuki Swift 2021 GL Navi (qld) Pricing and Specs
GL Navi Plus 1.2L, ULP, CVT AUTO $21,490 2021 Suzuki Swift 2021 GL Navi Plus Pricing and Specs
EXPERT RATING
7
Peter Anderson
Contributing journalist

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