I was driving a 1.2L Suzuki Swift before. The Swift was definitely more agile in the corners, the naturally aspirated engine was also very traditionally Japanese, if you know what I mean. I used to rev it, double clutch it and race it as **** to keep up with the traffic, which was great fun, because you could push it hard and still go legal. The turbo engine on the CH-R is a bit more powerful, but the car is heavier. The CH-R gives you a feeling that it is more solid than the Suzuki. And the consuption is much worse but the car is still new.
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