Potentially answering our criticism that the current Vitara engine line-up isn't much fun is this, the new Vitara S. It uses a new 1.4-litre turbo petrol engine with what Suzuki calls Boosterjet technology.
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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.