Used Suzuki Swift Sport (2012 - 2016) Safety & Reliability

Review by Parkers on
Last Updated: 27 Oct 2015
Improving refinement can be a minefield. Too much and you’ll dull a car down so much it loses character.

5 out of 5



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  • Adult Occupant Rating

    5 out of 5
  • Child Protection Rating

    5 out of 5
  • Pedestrian Test Rating

    4 out of 5

Suzuki Swift Sport safety credentials include a five-star NCAP rating, meaning it is a very safe place to be. Suzuki says it has stiffened up the bodyshell of the new car which makes it stronger in the event of a crash.

Standard safety features include seven airbags, automatic headlamps, ISOFIX child seat securing system, ABS, electronic brake force distribution and stability control.

5 out of 5


There’s very little reason to question Suzuki Swift Sport reliability. There have been no major VOSA recalls of the previous models, and typical Japanese manufacturing standards are likely to mean there isn’t much cause for concern.

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No problems reported


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