Suzuki is celebrating some very good news from the results of the 2021 What Car? Reliability Survey in which over 16,300 readers reported on their car ownership experience from new and up to five years old.
Of the 30 car brands measured, Suzuki ranked joint third place in the league table with a score of 97.1 per cent. The total sample size of Suzuki owners for this year’s survey was 145 and What Car? measured 178 different models across the industry.
The Swift model also ranked in the top three in the small car class with owners reporting 99.3 per cent reliability during their ownership period.
Editor of What Car? magazine Steve Huntingford comments: "The Suzuki Swift majors on value for money, but that’s not at the expense of dependability. In fact, the Swift is one of the most dependable small cars you can buy according to owners of cars up to five years old."
All Swift Hybrid models including Sport are currently available with a £2,000 customer saving until the end of September which takes the 1.2-litre SZ-L model price down to £12,999 and SZ-L is also available with a £750 Finance Deposit Allowance too.
Taking SZ-L with a PCP agreement as an example and driving 8,000 miles per annum, a deposit of £2,106 is all that’s required followed by 48 monthly payments of £149 and a final optional payment of £4,754 to keep the car.
Also in the popular small car sector, all Ignis Hybrid models are available with a £2,000 Customer saving until the end of September.