- The Suzuki Swift is a front-engine, four-wheel drive supermini launched in 2000, as a re-badge of the Suzuki Cultus, and variously known as the Suzuki Cultus, Suzuki Swift, Suzuki Forsa, Chevrolet Swift, Chevrolet Sprint and Geo Metro.
- The first generation (2000-2004, model codes HT51S, HT81S, HR51S and HR81S) was available as a 3 door or 5 door hatchback, front wheeled drive and four wheel drive versions, 4-speed automatic or 5-speed manual, and with 3 engine choices (the petrol 1.3L M13A I4 and 1.5L M15A I4 and the diesel 1.3L I4). It was known as the Suzuki Ignis internationally.
- The second generation (2004-2010, codes ZA11S, ZC71S, ZC11S, ZD11S, ZC21S, ZD21S, ZC31S) was launched in Europe as a 3-door and 5-door hatchback, 4-speed automatic and 5-speed manual, and with 3 engine choices (the petrol 1.3L M13A I4 and 1.5L M15A I4 and the diesel 1.3 DDiS version, 1.3 L I4). The Suzuki Swift Sport was introduced in this second generation, using the 1.6L M16A engine, and features twin exhaust pipes, sport seats, four-wheel disc brakes on 17-inc wheels (in Europe, 16-inch wheels elsewhere), electronic stability control (ESC), stiffer suspension and sportier bumpers and spoilers.
- The third generation (2010-2017, codes ZC72S, ZC82S, ZC32S) featured the Suzuki Wagon's K12 engine and added 6-speed manual and 7-speed CVT transmissions (for the Swift Sport). The engine options globally included three petrol versions 1.2L K12B I4, 1.4L K14B I4, 1.6L M16A I4 and the diesel 1.3L Multijet I4.
- A 2013 facelift made exterior cosmetic changes and changed the engine for Japanese versions.
- A fourth generation was launched in 2017.