Suzuki car reviews
The Suzuki SX4 S-Cross impresses in the areas of practicality and value for money, but the ride and refinement could be better. It’s worth a look if you’re considering a small SUV, but we still think a Nissan Qashqai will be easier to live with.
Date added: Thursday 15 August 2013.
The Suzuki Kizashi is the Japanese manufacturer’s first four-door saloon and it offers a sporty take on the traditional recipe. It’s likely to remain a rare sight on British roads, so are you willing to try something a bit, different?
Date added: Friday 13 April 2012.
The Suzuki Jimny will struggle to impress anyone, though it is a good off-roader. Unfortunately, it's dynamically poor on road and has a cramped interior.
Date added: Thursday 25 November 2010.
The Suzuki Swift is good looking, affordable and great fun to drive – and, for many buyers, that's enough. The car does have its flaws, but the fun factor alone makes it worthy of your consideration.
Date added: Monday 18 October 2010.
It lacks the desirability of the hatchback version, but as a saloon, the Suzuki SX4 is great value for money and well equipped.
Date added: Friday 05 February 2010.
The Suzuki SX4 is an attractive crossover with decent power and the ability to put a smile on the driver’s face.
Date added: Saturday 16 January 2010.
The Suzuki Grand Vitara is handy in town and capable in the country. It’s functional, practical and affordable.
Date added: Tuesday 22 September 2009.
Launched in 2005, the latest Suzuki Swift hatchback arrived as an all-new car with big improvements over its dated predecessor. It boasted good-looks, much-improved interior quality and great handling. We’ve just sampled the very latest 1.3-litre SZ-L special edition, one of 500 cars released in September 2009 with extra goodies as standard.
Date added: Saturday 12 September 2009.
The Suzuki Alto is cheap, but not always cheerful. It demands some significant compromises, and you can get a much better car for not much more money.
Date added: Monday 09 March 2009.
The Suzuki Vitara has been around since the 1980s and practically invented the small and fun 4x4 niche. Twenty years later, can the evolutionary Grand Vitara still cut it? We took it out and about in sunny South West London to find the answer.
Date added: Thursday 23 October 2008.
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