Suzuki Reviews

Japanese carmaker has a reputation for producing innovative, technically advanced small, sometimes tiny passenger cars, SUVs, four-wheel drive wagons, and light commercials. The Australian arm of the factory handles distribution in all states but Queensland where another company does the business. The passenger car models consist of the small Celerio hatch, the Swift hatch and Swift Sport hot hatch derivatives, the sporty Kizashi sedan. The off-roaders are the S-Cross compact crossover, the four-wheel drive Grand Vitara wagon, and the small four-wheel drive Jimny Sierra wagon. Suzuki also offers the compact APV van.

The FZ Swift released in 2011 was an evolutionary model explained Suzuki...Read more
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Three-cylinder micro-cars don’t stick to a formula or a price. Craig Duff weighs up the well-behaved toddlers.Read more
You’ve probably all heard the stories. How the Celerio missed out on five...Read more
The crossover hatch is practical and compact, though the exterior styling can be a compromise. James Stanford appraises a safe and spacious pair.Read more
Let's settle something right from the start. The Suzuki Jimny is a 4WD, a...Read more
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Suzuki S-Cross GLX and Peugeot 2008 Allure go head-to-head in this comparative review.Read more
Suzuki Swift was a big seller in Australia in the 1980s and ‘90s, but was...Read more

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