First report Now that Suzuki’s quirky Jimny is no longer an option if you’re in the market for an ultra-compact SUV, the car maker’s Ignis has assumed its mantle as the choice for buyers seeking something small, left-field, yet capable. This refreshed model builds on the Ignis of 2017, with a cosmetic nip and […]
Regular readers will already know what a big fan we are of the Suzuki Ignis. Here is a minute city car that boasts the interior space of a car several classes higher. Now our editor could never be described as small, in fact he can often be heard referring to himself as a hippo, but […]
Suzuki says it will be an all-hybrid UK motor brand by late 2021, as it drives down emissions for its passenger car range.
Suzuki has launched the new Swace, a hybrid estate car, which is the second vehicle to be supplied to Suzuki by Toyota Motor Corporation under a collaborative business agreement between the two companies. Sales are set to start in Europe this winter and UK specifications will be announced closer to the launch date.
Suzuki has launched the new Across, which it describes as “a robust and sporty SUV equipped with a sophisticated Plug-in Hybrid system and E-Four electronic 4×4, delivering uncompromising performance and efficiency with the capability and styling of a full-fledged modern SUV”.ation under the collaborative business agreement between Toyota and Suzuki. Sales are set to start in Autumn of 2020 in Europe.
The Ignis has undergone a facelift, with renewed styling and powertrain. While retaining the iconic design characteristics of the current model, the new Ignis further reinforces its unique position as the only ultra-compact SUV in the mark. It has a new front grille and bumpers, refined interior colours, and an efficiency-enhanced engine with expanded mild hybrid system capacity.
In line with continued plans to further reduce CO2 emissions and improve fuel economy across its range of vehicles, Suzuki GB PLC is introducing three 48-Volt hybrid equipped derivatives to its range in Spring 2020 which will also include the launch of the new K14D Boosterjet petrol engine.
The Vitara was one of the original small SUVs 25 years ago, but now it faces heaps more competition. In response, it has been beefed up and given a trendy new look, with handling that wouldn’t disappoint in a sporty hatchback, along with the option of four-wheel-drive.
2019 Diesel Car & Eco Car Used Car Top 50 – Suzuki’s Celerio is our Best Sub-110g/km Used Petrol Car and is at number 47
Suzuki is famous for its small city cars and the Celerio is the smallest recent model from the marque. It’s function over form here, with a tall roofline providing impressive interior space, even for those in the back, and a boot that just beats the Skoda Citigo for space.
When Suzuki set out to create a hatchback like none before, it first established a key guideline—hold back on nothing.