SUZUKI car reviews
Suzuki Celerio 1.0 SZ3 Hatchback 5dr Petrol Manual (99 g/km, 68 bhp) Hatchback (2014 - ) expert review
The Suzuki Celerio is a high-value city car that provides bags of space and lots of standard equipment for a bargain-basement price. It’s not the most comfortable or quietest car of its type to drive, and it feels rather dour inside, but if value-for-money is your priority, you should definitely give it a look.
Date added: Friday 20 March 2015.
The Suzuki Vitara competes in a crowded sector of the market, but doesn’t really stand out against its small SUV rivals. Yes, it looks good and comes with bags of standard kit, but it’s pretty average to drive and it struggles on interior quality and ergonomics. Worth considering in its cheaper forms, but we reckon rivals like the Renault Captur will suit most people better.
Date added: Wednesday 11 March 2015.
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.
Suzuki Swift 1.6 Sport Hatchback 3dr Petrol Manual (147 g/km, 134 bhp) Hatchback (2005 - ) expert review
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.
Suzuki Grand Vitara 1.9DDiS SZ4 Estate 3dr Diesel Manual (183 g/km, 127 bhp) 4WD Estate (2005 - ) expert review
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.
Suzuki Alto 1.0 SZ3 Hatchback 5dr Petrol Manual (103 g/km, 67 bhp) Hatchback (2006 - ) expert review
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 new Suzuki Vitara has taken a step away from its rugged roots. Is it a step too far?
Date added: Wednesday 25 February 2015.
Suzuki has replaced both its small cars with the brand new Celerio. Is it any good? We find out.
Date added: Wednesday 28 January 2015.
Small, rugged hatchbacks equipped with four-wheel drive represent a tiny proportion of the UK market – the only model on the market at the moment is the Fiat Panda 4x4. Now, however, Suzuki is muscling in on the act and using its experience of building tough, utilitarian off-road vehicles and applying hat expertise to the diminutive Swift supermini.
Date added: Thursday 25 July 2013.
The Suzuki SX4 S-Cross may be familiar in name, but not only is it an all-new car from an engineering perspective, it’s also an entirely different proposition to the previous SX4. Suzuki’s small off-roader has ballooned in size. It’s gone from being a jacked-up supermini to a proper compact SUV in the mould of the ever-popular Nissan Qashqai.
Date added: Friday 28 June 2013.