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?
Watch our Suzuki Swift Sport 5-door Video Review.
Watch our Suzuki SX4 S-Cross Video Review.
Capitalising on its experience gained with years of small and nimble 4x4s, plus its fun and funky Swift supermini, the Suzuki S-Cross is the company's first stab at a crossover to take on the likes of the Nissan Qashqai. That's a big ask, but then, Suzuki is actually a surprisingly big company. Read on to see what we mean...
Suzuki has created a new special edition for its Swift range. The Swift SZ-L is based on the 1.2-litre SZ3, but adds LED running lights, cruise control, two-tone metallic paintwork, and subtle interior tweaks.
Suzuki has unveiled its new iV-4 concept SUV model at the Frankfurt motor show. The iV-4 hints at the design of a new production model that is expected to be launched throughout Europe in 2015.
The new Suzuki SX4 S-Cross goes on sale in the UK on 1st October 2013, with prices starting from £14,999 for the SZ3 1.6-litre petrol model, rising to £23,549 for the 1.6 diesel SZ5 AllGrip.
The Suzuki Swift Sport is now available as a five-door model. In addition, both three- and five-door models now feature an LED high-level brake light, auto-closing driver's window and a new colour - Boost Blue Metallic.
Suzuki has launched a new 4WD version of the Swift. Available as a five-door only and with a 1.2-litre petrol engine and manual transmission, the Swift 4x4 features a 25mm higher ride height than the standard model.
Suzuki has unveiled its all-new SX4 Crossover. The new SX4 Crossover is a production model based on the S-Cross concept, which Suzuki showcased at the Paris Motor Show last year
The new Suzuki Swift Sport SZ-R, which is being produced in a limited run of just 100 cars, goes on sale on 1st March 2013 priced at £14,249
Following its debut at Autosport International earlier this month, the Special Edition Suzuki Swift SZ-L will go on sale on the 1st February, priced from £10,599