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The 2011 Suzuki SX4 has been upgraded for Australia with revised exterior styling and a lower price across the range.

Suzuki Australia has cut $1500 from the price of all models, making the entry-level Suzuki SX4 Hatch manual just $18,990 and the range-topping Suzuki SX4 Hatch S AWD CVT $26,190 before on-road costs.

Front-wheel drive SX4 models now share the AWD model’s rugged exterior appearance, with grey plastic wheel arches, underbody protectors, and roof rails now standard across the range.

The entry-level models come with manual air conditioning, eight-speaker CD player with AUX plug, power windows and mirrors and 16-inch steel wheels.

For $3000, the top-spec S models add keyless start, cruise control, digital climate control, fog lamps, leather-wrapped steering wheel, roof spoiler, alloy wheels and a nine-speaker premium audio system.

The updated SX4 is powered by the same 2.0-litre petrol engine, producing 112kW of power and 190Nm of torque. Transmission options include a six-speed manual gearbox and a continuously variable transmission with paddle shifters. Combined cycle fuel consumption ranges from 7.3-8.0 litres/100km depending on the model.

The standard four-star safety package includes six airbags and electronic stability control across the range.

2011 Suzuki SX4 manufacturer’s list prices (excluding government and dealer charges):

  • Hatch manual – $18,990
  • Hatch CVT – $20,990
  • Hatch S manual – $21,990
  • Hatch S CVT – $23,990
  • Sedan S manual – $22,490
  • Sedan S CVT – $24,490
  • Hatch AWD manual – $21,990
  • Hatch AWD CVT – $23,990
  • Hatch AWD S manual – $24,190
  • Hatch AWD S CVT – $26,190

  • john

    The price of the base manual hatch looks interesting now.

  • Paul

    Much better value than the white goods on wheels (corolla).

    • Reckless1

      True. I just posted the same thing on the “sporty Corolla” article.

    • gazza

      They have to be joking? Buy a corolla sports way better value and you will be laughing all the way to the bank when you go trade it in the future!

  • Henry

    I think that these are well aimed, i see Retied Golfers buying the Sedan, Young women buying the hatch (Although they don’t really buy them), and and the AWD at young surfers, snowgoers anyone else think that or not rate if you do down rate if you don’t agree?