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2000 Suzuki Jimny JX (4x4) review

Most reliable car/'Beep' (too small to call it a Jeep) I have ever driven! I have had it 15 years and this is the first time I have had any trouble. It's old now and I dread parting with it. The Jimny has got me through snow, mud, floods and mountains. The body has remained without rust even though I live within 3km of the sea...

2014 Suzuki S-Cross GL (4x2) Review

The Suzuki S Cross is a car quite often forgotten in the over-populated, uber-popular small SUV category. While it isn't the first car to come to mind when you think of a small SUV, it is an all-round, well-packaged vehicle that serves its purpose well. We purchased our S-Cross GL (base model) nearly 3 years ago, while the model was still in its infancy...

2008 Suzuki Grand Vitara PreSTIge (4x4) Review

The 3.2 motor suits our mix of caravan towing, off-road ventures and general needs well but it's fantastic on a long trip on any road surface using only about 10L/100 km. Around town fuel use is about 13...

2014 Suzuki Swift SPORT Navigator Review

Suzuki hasn’t gone with the latest trend with a turbo. Instead they have gone back to what a hot hatch is all about; light weight, balanced sharp handling and N/A configuration. We are reviewing my SSS with 6 speed man (owned 5 months). The Swift Sport has a 1.6L VVT engine that produces 100kW/160Nm and weighs 1045kg...

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...

2014 Suzuki Swift Review

As a car enthusiast I like what Suzuki has done. Suzuki hasn't gone with the latest hot Hatch trends going with a turbo. Instead they have gone back to what a hot hatch is all about; light weight, balanced sharp handling and N/A configuration. We are reviewing my Suzuki Swift Sport with 6 spd man (owned 5 months) it also comes with 5yr warranty and cap price servicing at $199...

2011 Suzuki Kizashi Review

The Kizashi, or as people like to pronounce it "Kizatchi" for who knows what reason, is definitely an underrated car in the mid-sized sedan segment. Buy a Camry they say, It will last longer; buy a Mondeo they say, it's fancy and European; buy a i45 they say, it's great value for money & class leading. No, no, and no...

2015 Suzuki Jimny Review

I bought the Jimny new, in March 2015. First thing I did was to take out the rear seats, and fit a "storage" system that would hold all I need for trips by myself, swag-camping along the way. As long as you "get it", you cannot be anything other than rapped with these little beasts...