Archive for the ‘ Suzuki ’ Category
Here’s a rather straightforward Super Bowl commercial for you. While most car makers are getting all weird and fancy, Suzuki has come up with an ad to showcase features of the new Kizashi Sport four-wheel-drive in the most clear way, just like last year’s ad. However, it doesn’t seem to be any good at publicizing […]
It doesn’t look like it, but the new Swift Sport is one the finest hot hatches currently out there. Actually, we shouldn’t call it a hot hatch. With 134bhp it’s an insult to the proper 300-hp hot hatches in the market. It is in fact, as Autocar puts it, a warm hatch! Whatever, this is […]
Suzuki UK decided the aging Grand Vitara desperately needs a quick freshen up, so they came up with the SZ-T special edition.
Besides the new Swift Sport, Suzuki is also introducing a new version of the Kizashi sedan in the UK with selectable 2/4WD system.
The Sport version of the lovely Suzuki Swift will go on sale in the UK from January 2012, starting at £13,500.
Tokyo Motor Show is all about concept cars. We have featured many of them today, but it want to pick our favorite, it’s this car because it’s funny!
As you know each year Tokyo Motor Show is mostly dominated by all the concepts the Japanese car makers bring along. We’ve told you about Nissan and Subaru concepts, now check out Suzuki’s lineup.
The standard Suzuki Grand Vitara is not an interesting car. Not even slightly. But its Marine Concept version, well that’s another story.
Here’s some footage of the new Suzuki Swift Sport, revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show with 100 kW of power, 160 Nm of torque, 17inch wheels, and sport suspension, as well as a sportier body kit and better trimmed interior. The fuel consumption and CO2 rating are improved as well, now at 44.1mpg and 147g/km. […]
Suzuki unveiled the high-performance Sport version of the lovely Swift at 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show.
X-EC is the latest Special Edition SX4 model by Suzuki for the British market. Based on the SZ4 grade, the X-EC comes with more bells and whistles.
There must have been better ways of publicizing the car, but anyhow, Suzuki and #5 Magazine are giving away a free Swift to celebrate Rio Ferdinand’s 1 million Twitter followers. #5 Magazine belongs to Rio Ferdinand.
Suzuki launched a super-eco version of the little Swift in Britain, powered by a 75PS 1.3-litre engine, with average fuel consumption of 67.3mpg and emissions of 109 g/km.
As promised Suzuki revealed a pair of concept cars base don the Kizashi sedan. One is a heavily-modded race-inspired model called the Apex, and the other a gas-electric hybrid called the EcoCharge.