Suzuki: 2014 Swift RS quick drive

Posted on December 16th, 2014

Since it’s launch in 2005, the Swift light hatchback has gone from being a quantum leap in Suzuki product design and quality, to a strong front runner in discerning car markets such as New Zealand.

Suzuki: 2014 Swift Sport automatic

Posted on August 14th, 2014

I’m really getting fed up with how excellent the Suzuki Swift Sport is. Every time I get one it’s pretty much exactly the same; just a few minor tweaks, and that’s it. It’s like having Read More

Suzuki: 2014 SX4 S Cross 1.6 LTD 2WD review

Posted on March 17th, 2014

There are no pretentions when you get a Suzuki. You know what you’re getting yourself into as you can be pretty sure you’re going to drive a car that provides a large amount of bang Read More

Suzuki Swift Sport 3-door 2013 Review

Posted on June 2nd, 2013

Nothing says “I love driving enthusiastically by myself” like a car that makes it difficult to get passengers in. Of course, just having one door would be the perfect statement, but the impracticality would ensure Read More

Suzuki SX4 LTD i-AWD 2013 Review

Posted on April 3rd, 2013

This top-of-the-line Suzuki SX4 brings with it switchable four-wheel drive that improves its versatility and matches its slightly raised stance. As a recreational vehicle you can strap a couple of mountain bikes on the (optional) Read More

Suzuki Splash Ltd 2013 Review

Posted on March 6th, 2013

At a shade under 3.8m long and 1.7m wide, the Suzuki Splash is the perfect car for squeezing into those tight city car parks. The Splash is a supermini with the proportions of an MPV Read More

Suzuki Grand Vitara LTD 5-door 2012 Review

Posted on January 17th, 2013

Back in 2008, just before the Global Financial Crisis, Suzuki treated us all to an awesome trip to Ayers Rock and the surrounding outback to test the Grand Vitara range. It was a spectacular jaunt Read More

Suzuki Swift Diesel 2012 Review

Posted on July 30th, 2012

Suzuki’s best-selling small car, the Swift, has received a 1248cc diesel heart which shuns fuel like beauty queens shun calories. As such, the Swift can claim 4.2l/100km fuel economy which puts it near the top Read More

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