Grand Vitara and Kizashi remain integral says Suzuki NZ

Grand Vitara and Kizashi remain integral says Suzuki NZ

Despite an independent British website reporting that the Grand Vitara SUV and Kizashi sedan have discontinued manufacture, Suzuki NZ says the two models remain integral components in its line up.

Suzuki will start 2015 by offering a limited edition of the automatic Grand Vitara, with an Adventure pack comprising satellite navigation, a reversing camera, nudge-bar and roof racks at no extra cost.

The Grand Vitara will continue to be offered alongside the all-new Vitara model that is scheduled to arrive in the second half of 2015 says Suzuki New Zealand.

Four versions of Grand Vitara are available in New Zealand, with the option of three-door or five-door bodies. All are powered by a 2.4 litre petrol engine with variable valve timing technology.

For consumers not requiring four-wheel-drive, a rear wheel-drive five-door Grand Vitara JLX automatic is available, complete with the Adventure pack. This version has a recommended retail price of $29,990 plus on-road costs. A three-door Grand Vitara JLX automatic with four-wheel-drive and Adventure pack is $33,190 plus on road costs.

The Grand Vitara LTD automatic with leather upholstery, front fog lamps, integrated door mirror turn signals, electric slide/tilt sunroof and side chrome moulding, plus the Adventure pack, is $39,990 plus on road costs.

The five-door Suzuki S-Cross hatchback, which is available in both two-wheel-drive and iAWD four-wheel-drive modes, is also being offered with an Adventure pack at no extra cost. This package includes roof racks, chrome side trim, mud-flaps and protectors for the bonnet and rear bumper.

When the all-new Vitara arrives in 2015 it will be the first of six new Suzuki models to be launched internationally during the next three years.

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