Suzuki is pleased to announce its latest Special Edition Grand Vitara model, SZ-T, which goes on sale this week. SZ-T is based on the popular five door 1.9DDiS model and offers a unique enhanced specification with just 500 cars available.
Suzuki is pleased to announce the UK introduction of the Kizashi Sport ‘D’ segment car with switchable 2/4WD as standard equipment. Kizashi – which in Japanese means ‘A sign of great things to come’ - represents an exciting new direction for the company and has been developed as the flagship model in the Global Suzuki passenger car line-up.
The Swift Sport is the performance flagship of the Swift model range and offers higher levels of tuning, steering and braking performance than the standard Swift on which it’s based. The sporting experience and everyday practicality of the previous model have earned many devoted fans in approximately 40 countries and territories around the world.
As part of its Autumn campaign, Suzuki GB PLC is pleased to announce its latest headline offers including the enhancement of the ‘VAT Parked’ offer to the entire Alto and Swift ranges until the end of December.
Rain, snow and sub-zero conditions make winter the most hazardous time of year on the road. Suzuki GB PLC is keen to ensure drivers are well-equipped to tackle the worst the weather can throw at them by offering a great value winter tyre promotion.
Suzuki’s latest addition to the Swift range, the 1.3-litre DDiS, took part in the recent 2011 MPG Marathon and has achieved a spectacular result ranking second overall in the competition.
The new generation Suzuki Swift Sport will make its world debut at the 64th International Motor Show (IAA), which will be held in Frankfurt, Germany, from 13 to 25 September 2011.
The latest Warranty Direct reliability survey has been published by What Car? Magazine and Suzuki’s renowned reputation for reliability has again been reinforced with another strong result for the brand, scoring 38 points in the Reliability Index and in equal third place with two other Japanese manufacturers.
The two millionth Hungarian-made Suzuki recently rolled off the production line in the Esztergom plant of Magyar Suzuki Corporation (MSC).
Maruti Suzuki already boasts the widest sales and service network in India and has now opened a new outlet in one of the most remote areas and at the highest altitude of any car workshop at 3,740 metres (12,200 feet) above sea level, even further up into the clouds than its previous high altitude workshop at 3,505 metres.
Suzuki has announced the launch of a national oil partnership with Castrol Professional. Launched on July 1, Suzuki now exclusively recommend Castrol Professional lubricants to its customers throughout the UK, highlighting improvements in fuel economy, emissions and engine performance.
As part of its mid-Summer campaign, Suzuki GB PLC is pleased to announce its latest headline offers with no VAT payable on Alto SZ2 and Swift SZ2 until the end of September.
Suzuki announces its latest Special Edition SX4 model, X-EC, which goes on sale later this month. X-EC is based on the popular SZ4 grade and competitively priced at £13,430 which includes metallic paint; it is available in two wheel drive format with 120PS 1.6-litre petrol engine and manual transmission only.
For the first time in the 89-year history of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb the “Race to the Clouds” course has been completed in under ten minutes.
Suzuki GB is pleased to announce the immediate launch of its new social media campaign making their grand entrance onto Facebook, Twitter, You Tube, flickr and Linkedin.
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