8. So how is it to drive? Well, it’s a Suzuki and it’s a Swift, so it better have that quotient that we in BSM call FTD: Fun To Drive. And I am happy to report that none of that is missing. The petrol engine loves to be revved and it has this magic spot at around 3000 rpm, when the acceleration is instantaneous. The K-series has that muscular feel that the old 1.3 motor never had and you can hear it very well. It is indeed a terrific motor and being a petrolhead, I prefer this one to the DDiS Swift.
9. Nothing wrong with the diesel motor. It still has the punch and the refinement, but there is a teeny bit of lag at the bottom-end. The DDiS has the ability to cruise effortlessly and now it promises more kilometres to the litre as well – what else do you want?