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It could just be because I’m of a certain age, but to me, the name Vitara conjures up images of a wide-wheeled, short wheel-base, soft-top mini 4×4, normally found with an over-sized Rhino graphic plastered on the back. Perhaps it was wrong of me, then, to approach the new Vitara with the somewhat rose-tinted expectation that Suzuki had managed to tap into some of that original Vitara spirit...
Sounding for all the world like a lesser-known root vegetable or someone with a gluten intolerance, the Celerio is, in fact, Suzuki’s new global city car. The company knows a thing or two about building small cars - they've been at it longer than anyone else, after all - and the Celerio is the company’s attempt to appeal not just to emerging markets but also canny cost-conscious buyers across the globe. So does it drive like a wet salad? Read our review to find out...
Suzuki used the Geneva motor show to unveil two new concept vehicles - the iM-4 compact SUV, and the iK-2, a small hatchback.
The new Suzuki Vitara will be priced from £13,999 when it goes on sale this April, with a choice of 1.6-litre petrol or diesel engines, plus two- or four-wheel drive.
Suzuki's venerable Jimny, which has notched up 2.8 million sales across 188 markets since its introduction in 1998, has received a few tweaks for the 2015 model year.
More details of the forthcoming new Suzuki Vitara have been released, with the company confirming that the new Vitara would be powered by a choice of 1.6-litre petrol and diesel engines.
The Suzuki Swift will gain a new Dualjet 1.2-litre engine next year that is said to improve economy by 16% while also reducing CO2 emissions below the magic 100 g/km, making the Swift free of road tax.
The Suzuki Vitara nameplate will make a come-back later this year when the company unveils its new small SUV, based on the iV-4 concept of last year. The reveal will take place the Paris Motor Show on 2nd October.
The Suzuki Swift has received a few tweaks for the 2015 model year, with LED daytime running lights and front fog lights now included across the range.
Launched in its current form in 2012, the Suzuki Swift Sport has earnt respect among many for capturing some of the mojo that made the Mini popular. Last year, it gained the option of five doors, but have Suzuki managed to adapt the body-shell without sacrificing the Swift’s cheeky character?