You can view the 2021 Suzuki Swift Owner’s Manual further down the page underneath the image of the cover.
Clicking on the "view full screen" button will take you to a full screen version of the manual.
Originally the Swift can be traced back to the early-1980s when it was known as the Cultusbefore the name change in 2004.
Over the years it has been available as a hatchback mainly but could also be bought as a convertible or sedan.
A popular variation on offer across all three generations of the Swift so far has been the Sport, a hot-hatch version.
Typically these Sport trim versions have a 1.6-liter engine with advanced valve technology to get as much torque as possible through to the front wheels.
2021 Swifts benefit from a facelift that was applied the year before (2020) and refreshed the front-end and the wheel design.
Safety ratings for the 2021 model are pretty good, the car scores nearly 5 out of 5 stars across the disciplines tested by Euro NCAP and JNCAP.
Inside the owner's manual on this page, you can learn about the included technology and what the built-in infotainment system can do.
The official PDF manual can be easily downloaded and printed off by you at home too, great for keeping inside the car itself.