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Suzuki officially become a motor company in 1954 and setup its Australian operations in 1980. Suzuki handles all states except QLD where the Japanese cars are distributed by a separate entity. In the automotive sector Suzuki currently has seven models available of which the Suzuki Swift is the front-runner of their product range. Suzuki continues to experience increasing sales with the addition of the Alto and Kizashi in recent times.

Suzuki Reviews

Australia's cheapest new cars

Looking for a new car on a small budget? Here are eight of the cheapest new cars available Australia-wide, right now. As you would expect, they are all micro or light cars and, unless otherwise stated, the price excludes on-road costs like registration, stamp duty and CTP. If you shop around, though, you can find great drive-away deals and special offers...

2016 Suzuki Kizashi Sport Premium Review

The Suzuki Kiazshi is a largely forgotten contender, but does it have merit?

2016 Suzuki Vitara S Turbo Review

The 2016 Suzuki Vitara Turbo S gets a new 1.4 turbo engine, and it makes a good car better.

Sydney to Brisbane road trip : Driving the 2016 Suzuki Celerio

The 2016 Suzuki Celerio may not be the first car that comes to mind when planning a return road trip from Sydney to Brisbane. However, CarAdvice videographer and editor, Brett Sullivan, wasn't daunted by the idea of driving one of Australia's cheapest and smallest cars on a 2000km round trip along one of Australia's busiest and longest highways...

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Suzuki Videos

CarAdvice Gen-Y test: five price-busting first cars

Read the article here. Today, you can buy more car for less money than any time in history. In fact, you’d be hard pressed to find a more affordable new car than one in the micro car segment. The segment may not be the most glamorous, but it’s crucially important. We’ve got five of the most popular choices here, and each pitches itself as the ideal My First Car...

2016 Suzuki Vitara S Turbo Review

Read article here. It’s been more than six months since the famous Suzuki Vitara badge returned to Australia. Over that time, this boxy little crossover has cemented itself as Suzuki’s top-selling model here after the Swift. But while the Vitara hasn’t been on sale all that long, a major improvement has already been introduced...

2016 Suzuki S-Cross GLX Review

Read the article here. The Suzuki S-Cross GLX has been a member of the CarAdvice long-term fleet for a while now. Over the past couple of months we’ve tested it out by loading a mountain bike on the roof and loaning it to pro-bodyboarder Lachlan Cramsie to get his perspective on the little SUV...

Suzuki Air Triser, Mighty Deck and Ignis Trail Concepts : 2015 Tokyo Motor Show

Read the article here. Suzuki boasted one of the most diverse stands at the 2015 Tokyo motor show, and the quirky Air Triser, Mighty Deck and Ignis Trail concepts took centre stage among its myriad city-centric vehicles. The sensationally boxy Air Triser van has three rows of seats that can be configured to resemble a lounge space...

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Suzuki Comparisons

Micro Car Comparison: Holden Spark v Kia Picanto v Mitsubishi Mirage v Suzuki Celerio v Hyundai Accent

Australia’s Micro Car market has been a hive of activity lately. Two brand new models have arrived, the Holden Spark and Kia Picanto, while the Mitsubishi Mirage has been updated. Add to this list the 15-month old Suzuki Celerio, and you have a mean little quartet of bargain-basement offerings. Each of these baby cars bring something unique to the table...

Honda HR-V v Suzuki Vitara : Comparison Review

While many manufacturers have jumped on the baby SUV bandwagon in recent years, two cars that can’t be accused of following the crowd are the Honda HR-V and the Suzuki Vitara. The original slab-sided, two-door, four-wheel-drive HR-V was a very different beast to today’s high-riding, hatchback-based crossover...

Nissan Micra ST v Suzuki Celerio : Comparison Review

Nissan's re-jigged Micra goes up against the Suzuki Celerio carryover champ in this battle for bargain-basement supremacy...

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Suzuki News

Suzuki CEO steps down due to fuel economy scandal

Osamu Suzuki will step down from the position of CEO of Suzuki, at the end of this month, in the wake of the company's fuel economy calculation scandal. The 86-year-old Suzuki will however retain his role as chairman of the company that bears his adopted family's name. Executive vice president Osamu Honda will also step down on June 29 at the company's annual general meeting...

Suzuki raided in Japan over fuel economy irregularities

The headquarters of Suzuki have been raided by the Japanese authorities as part of on-going investigations into the company's irregular fuel economy calculation processes. On May 18, Suzuki admitted that it had used an improper and illegal testing procedure to calculate its fuel economy numbers for models sold in Japan...

2017 Suzuki Swift Sport to go turbo - report

The 2017 Suzuki Swift Sport will reportedly draw power from a turbo engine when it debuts next year, according to UK magazine Autocar. The report, which offers no word on its source, claims the next-generation Swift Sport will do away with the enduring naturally-aspirated 1.6-litre engine, instead joining the growing brigade of turbocharged light hatches...

Suzuki Swift recalled for parking brake fix

Suzuki Australia is recalling 1454 vehicles from its current-generation ‘AZH414’ Swift and ‘416’ Swift Sport hatchback lines, introduced globally in 2010. The recall has been announced over concerns that a brake fluid leak could lead to brake failure. The Japanese manufacturer reports that the inner diameter of the cylinder that wraps around the parking brake may be too wide and as a result not sealing inside the caliper...

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Suzuki Owner Reviews

2002 Suzuki Grand Vitara Sports (4x4) Review

Wanting to get into a little bit of off-roading, I looked into what was available that at least had low range 4x4. With a price range of less than $5K I couldn't really afford the typical options like a Prado or Patrol or the 4 door utes like a Ranger or HiLux. I didn't particularly want something too old or with excessively high kilometres either...

2012 Suzuki Kizashi Touring Review

After owning a manual version of the Kizashi for almost 4 years now I can honestly claim to be a very satisfied owner. What some people claim to be a weakness of the Kizashi (its size midway between a Mazda 3 and a Mondeo) was its appeal to my small family. I love driving and favour handling & ride compromise over other areas...

2016 Suzuki Vitara Rt-s Review

Have had our Vitara for a bit over a month now we live in country Vic my wife drives her manual blue Vitara most days to and from work. On weekends it is used to travel to BawBaw area to visit our Daughters farm or in to the city to see Collingwood play where the car easy to drive and park. My wife is over 70 years old I am very happy for her to drive such a top little Car...

2003 Suzuki Xl-7 (4x4) Review

I originally got this car for it's 4x4 capabilities off road. Sure there were others that boasted better specs for that role in particular, but very few had the same fuel consumption. I drive usually with both rows of back seats down and it is usually packed to the brim and on average I usually make about 600 km on a tank...

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