During our visit at the PFF Suzuki U23 National Cup for the Calamba Football Festival I got to try out the All-new 2012 SWIFT 1.4L Automatic Transmission.
Equipped with M15A 1.4L DOHC 16-Valve with Variable Valve Timing System VVT), 4 Speed A/T, Front McPherson Strut and Coil Spring, Rear Torsion Beam and Coil Spring, Power Steering, Power windows, Central door Locks with Keyless Entry System with Hazard Lamp Answer Back function, Integrated AM-FM Tuner, With MP 3 In Dash CD, 6 Speakers, Dual Airbags, ABS Brake system with EBD (Electronic Brake Force Distribution), Side Impact Beams, Fog Lights, Fuel Tank Capacity: 42 Liters, 185/55R16 Tires.
My over-all riding experience of the All-New 2012 Suzuki Swift 1.4L AT is satisfactory. I can say if you wanted a ride that will fit your gas budget and still have that comfort of traveling to point A to point B. Of course nothing will compare a manual transmission car. I usually drive a manual transmission just because so I can control the power and speed I like with my ride. If your the kind of person who only drives and so tired of changing gears during traffic you can try Suzuki Swift. I just wanted to clear that I not yet tried the Suzuki Swift in traffic, during highways or with our moon crater roads. hehehe!!! If they would allow me to try out one for review it would be great. The first thing I will do is do some donuts with the car or do drifting. hehehe! Of course Suzuki Swift if much different to the cars I usually drive.