Currently, the number of hatchbacks on Kenyan roads has been on the increase. This is because they are small and more fuel-efficient compared to other cars in Kenya. The most popular hatchbacks in Kenya include the Suzuki Swift, Toyota Vitz and Honda Fit.
Among the most popular hatchbacks in Kenya, several Kenyans are now rushing for the Suzuki Swift. This explains why it costs 1.3 million Kenyan shillings while its competition costs about 1.05 million Kenyan shillings.
The Suzuki Swift is a five-door hatchback that has been in production since 2004. It replaced the Suzuki Cultus hatchback and is placed under the Suzuki Ignis. It is available in three generations with three engine options of 1197cc, 1242cc and 1373cc.
The Suzuki Swift has an attractively stylish design complemented by a stylish and comfortable interior. A typical hatchback, it has a spacious interior with not so spacious boot space. However, the headroom and legroom are sufficient for five adult passengers.
Even though the Swift does not score much in terms of safety, it is quite reliable with a fuel efficiency of about 22 km/L.
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