All of the four colours are available at no extra cost, with metallics/pearl paints to suit your requirements. The 5-door practicality and 5-seat capacity will surely tempt more people into getting a Swift Sport, which is a wise decision to make.
I reviewed one last year and loved it. It was awarded best budget (<£15,000) hot hatch at the What Car? awards. There's a 1.6-litre engine which produces 136PS and 160Nm of torque. This makes for some pokey performance, particularly when coupled to the 6-speed manual gearbox on offer.
The styling will suit you as well, because with 17" alloys, a full bodykit, twin tail pipes and red stitching on the inside, you really do feel the sportiness. CO2 emissions are 147g/km and combined fuel consumption is 44.1mpg. That means the Swift won't bankrupt you to buy or to run, and if you are considering a 5-door small hatchback I challenge you to find better value for money. You get a 3-year, 60,000-mile warranty, 12 months AA Suzuki Assistance (24-hour roadside assistance) and that price is an On The Road (OTR) price, so you won't get any surprises.
So go on, treat yourself to a Swift Sport. For more information visit a Suzuki dealer or check out the Suzuki website