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Car Reviews, Hatchback, Hot Hatch Corner

2018 Suzuki Swift Sport Review

16 Jun , 2018  

Here on Carwitter, we LOVE the Suzuki Swift Sport. Having had them on loan numerous times over the years, we’ve jumped at the chance to get behind the wheel of this epic warm hatch. But as with everything these days, the time to turbo has come, gone is the high revving 1.6 VVT we know […]

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2014 Suzuki Swift Sport Review – It just gets better

30 May , 2014  

Here at Carwitter we kind of love the Suzuki Swift Sport, having reviewed it back in 2012 and again in 2013 when the 5 door model came out…well, now we have reviewed it once again! For 2014 Suzuki have upgraded the Swift Sport to finally give it Sat Nav and DAB radio. These additions are […]

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Suzuki Swift Sport Review – Hot hatch perfection

20 Nov , 2012  

Ok it may not be a hot hatch in terms of BHP; the Swift Sport comes with 136hp so it’s more of a warm hatch. At £13,500, it’s a bargain for the money. One thing I love about the Swift Sport is the fact that there is only one trim level, no long list of […]

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Suzuki Swift Sport 5 Door Review – Practical fun

30 Sep , 2013  

Suzuki’s flagship Swift Sport has been around in the UK since 2006, but in all that time the 5 door variant never made it to European shores. But that has now changed, the 5 door Swift Sport costs £14,249, just £500 more than the 3 door version, not bad eh? It still has that high […]

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Suzuki Swift 1.2 SZ-L Review – The sports baby brother

13 Jul , 2013  

Now and then Suzuki bring out limited editions of its much loved Swift, the current incarnation is the SZ-L. It’s aimed at younger drivers, combining frugal running costs with some of the Sports good looks. With a 1.2 engine making an impressive 93 BHP, 0-62 is achieved in 12.3 seconds. It is priced from £10,599 […]

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SEAT Ibiza 1.0 litre SE Technology Review

25 Jun , 2019  

It’s funny how technology changes in such a short space of time, back in 2005 my mother purchased her first ever new car, a 1.4 litre Ibiza ‘Sport’ with 73 BHP….there’s little sporting about it, either in terms of how it drives or looks, it feels slow and has to be worked incredibly hard to […]

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Ford Ka+ Active Review

26 Mar , 2019  

Ford are going all out with their SUV style makeovers, first there was the Fiesta and most recently the Focus Active, but how does the jacked up ruggedised treatment work on their smallest car, the Ka+? The Ford Ka Active starts at £13,445, which is a fair old increase from the £11,295 for the entry […]

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Volkswagen Up GTi Review

4 Nov , 2018  

There’s been much chat surrounding the VW Up GTi over the last year, finally getting our hands on one we could check if the hype was warranted or just a lot of gassing. Starting at £14,055 the GTi is around £4k more than the entry-level Up!. One of the PR’s at VW said the Up […]

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