Suzuki Jimny Sierra 2012 Review

Posted on April 17th, 2012

It’s been four years since we’ve had a Jimny Sierra to drive and it may be three grand more, but it’s still the best value-for-money off-roader you can buy. I’ve always maintained that the Jimny Read More

Suzuki Splash 2011 Review

Posted on November 11th, 2011

When the Suzuki Swift arrived in NZ it began giving the beat-down in sales numbers to almost every other hatchback in our market. Even the Toyota Corolla struggles to match the Swift’s sales figures. A Read More

Suzuki Swift Ltd 2011 Review

Posted on June 17th, 2011

The Suzuki Swift may be a lightweight in stature but it’s a heavyweight in terms of new car sales. Since 2005 when the compact hatch first reached our shores it’s battled hard with the much-loved Read More

Suzuki Kizashi Ltd & Sport 2010 Review

Posted on November 12th, 2010

Changing brand perception isn’t an easy task; consumers often have strong mental associations that can be difficult to break down. Suzuki is well known by most for its motorbikes and successful range of small cars Read More

Suzuki SX4 Ltd Sporthatch 2010 Review

Posted on June 11th, 2010

When most people think of a compact hatchback made by Suzuki it’s one model they usually have in mind — the Swift. But the Suzuki range has another small hatch within its ranks named the Read More

Suzuki Alto 2010 Review

Posted on February 19th, 2010

Often being successful means playing to your natural strengths, which is why you never see 7-foot tall jockeys and likewise with 5-foot tall basketball players. For Suzuki, its strength is in small cars, it’s where Read More

Suzuki Grand Vitara Ltd 2008 Review

Posted on January 1st, 2009

It was in the paper recently that Australians are being encouraged to eat camel meat. From an initial 6000 that originally trekked the north-south route through Australia in the late 19th Century, and helped build Read More

Suzuki Jimny Sierra 2008 — Road Test

Posted on November 3rd, 2008

‘No frills’ is an expression that gets thrown around a lot, usually with negative connotations. Being no frills isn’t always a bad thing. No frills can mean saving money, or getting more for your budget. Read More

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