Suzuki Vitara Pricing and Specs
Suzuki's Vitara has come back from the dead, with the Japanese manufacturer reviving a nameplate it had killed off way back in 1998. Back then, the Vitara was a tiny-but-tough small SUV that did without the niceties. Happily, then, the all-new Vitara adopts a more comfortable approach. Available with a choice of petrol or diesel engines and equipped with two- or all-wheel drive, the Vitara is a city-focussed small SUV on which Suzuki has pinned big hopes. The all-paw models can handle some light four-wheel drive duties, but the Vitara is happiest in town.
This vehicle is also known as Suzuki Escudo.
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Suzuki Vitara FAQs
Check out real-world situations relating to the Suzuki Vitara here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
Best trade in for a Territory TX?
I am reluctant to recommend any European car, particularly those from VW, because of the problems that have soured the ownership experience for so many people. Rather than those you name I would be looking at the Toyota RAV4, Honda CR-V or Suzuki Vitara.Show more
How does Suzuki Vitara compare to rivals?
The new Suzuki is pretty good, apart from the constantly variable transmission, and gets The Tick. But you should also test drive the Mazda CX-3, which tops the class, or the Honda HR-V if you need more space in the back.Show more
Are autos or manuals best for being flat towed?
I've done some checking and no one recommends flat towing with an automatic. You really need to totally disconnect the drive system, which means a manual. Many people choose a Suzuki Vitara as it is light and relatively cheap secondhand and also has maximum flexibility when you get to your destination.Show more