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If you haven’t heard of the Suzuki Swift, there aren’t many others like you.

However, the good news is, you’re about to!


Suzuki first launched the Swift in 1983, however, in Japan it was called the Suzuki Cultus and came in either a three-door hatchback, four-door sedan, five-door hatchback and two-door convertible. In 2000, however, the Swift replaced the Cultus in Japan, and interestingly enough, for the rest of the world it was called the Ignis (which we of course recognise from another Suzuki hatchback currently being produced.)

First released in Australia in 2013, the Nissan JUKE was arguably one of the first true crossovers, as at this time, if you wanted a lot of storage, there were either station wagons, or traditional SUVs.


The JUKE and all crossovers in general, in essence, are for those that need a lot of cabin space, but don’t want something large and heavier, such as the Nissan Patrol or Pathfinder of the time. It was and still is, for people that love the convenience of a hatchback, but prefer some more breathing room.