As well as the usual off-road trips and the daily commute, its biggest test was a 300 mile, 7 hour round trip to Powys to interview both Paul at Prolinx and Gwyn Lewis for the AWDC magazine…Read More
Now in its third incarnation Suzuki’s supermini is more popular than ever, and there’s a good reason for that.
The new Swift has undergone a lot of development, and has really upped its game, not only with new tech, but with a more muscular yet curvaceous body. On the subject of looks……Read More
It’s a crossover-styled city car, that’s packed with goodies, for not a lot of money - and it’s a Suzuki, and what Suzuki doesn’t know about creating small cars and 4x4s frankly isn’t worth. As soon as it arrived at Muddy Towers it was put straight into action for an hours motorway trek to Wales where its 1.2ltr, 90bhp engine easily kept up with third lane cruisers.….Read More
The S-Cross first went on sale in October 2013 and last year received its first make over. Suzuki’s aim was to make the S-Cross stand out from the crowd more and gave it a bolder look with a new, higher front end, newly designed LED rear combination lamps and …Read More
I’ll tell you what it is, (warning, spoiler alert) it’s one of the most fun, practical and value for money 4x4s that I’ve driven, that’s what it is!
Ever since its market launch in 1988, the Suzuki Vitara series has earned high acclaim, it was compact, easy to drive and had …..Read More
On a cold and damp late November evening, a bunch load of writers and myself met up at the stately Crathorne Hall hotel in Yarm. Before we tucked into our lavish tea (northern for the food we eat at 5.00pm) in front of the roaring open fire, we listened to the powers-that -be from Suzuki as they went into detail about why they’d axed models such as the SX4, and went on to …Read More
In 2013 Suzuki launched the SX4 S-Cross, their first real attempt at a crossover vehicle, though Suzuki claim it to be much more than just any old crossover – it’s the perfect fusion of family-friendliness, safety and performance, they reckon. Time to find out ….Read More
In 2015 Suzuki are celebrated 45 years of their first compact SUV, and with global sales of over 2.7million vehicles sold across 188 markets there’s no sign of it slowing down. In its current guise, this legendary little off roader has hardly changed since 1998 when it was …Read More
The new, fourth generation Vitara is as stylish and robust as ever, offering the usual value for money ethos that you would expect from Suzuki. The range starts at £13,999 and is available in SZ4, SZ-T and SZ-5 grades. Suzuki’s ALLGRIP intelligent four-wheel drive is ….Read More
The Grand Vitara, in my mind is one of those sturdy workhorse type 4×4’s that you find on farms, in remote villages as well as the average driveway, a much loved and revered 4×4 that, when I learnt Suzuki was ending production, I arranged for their very last press car to be delivered …Read More