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2011 Suzuki Kizashi XL review

I bought this car for the power and economy and also for the very stylish body shape. The technology is adequate but not a point I worry about too much as long as it gets up and goes when I plant my foot which, oh boy, it does. I cant understand where some say it needs bigger donk. The Kizashi finds 100km/h in less than six seconds which is at odds with the specs I have read...

2015 Suzuki Kizashi Sport Touring review

I've always lusted after the Kizashi ever since it was launched. But, the new car price was out of my reach at the time. Finally, I've been able to buy a recent model from a dealer a few weeks ago and so far I'm delighted. My previous car was a 2010 turbo-diesel sedan with a normal six-speed automatic so it's taking me a little while to adjust to the different driving dynamics...

2017 Suzuki Vitara RT-S review

I traded my 2016 Toyota Corolla for this 2017 Suzuki Vitara RT-S for two reasons: One, I took the Vitara for a test drive and ; Two, the all-round vision and lack of blind spots. In city driving, you can see over nearly any other car, and in the country this thing just rolls along the road in a way that the never Corolla did...

2017 Suzuki Ignis GLX review

Having been in the market for a car that is as minimal fuss as possible after having been a long-suffering VW owner, my demands were pretty simple – I was looking for the ultimate urban daily – simple to service, easy to park, fun to drive and with as many mod-cons as my budget could stretch to. The Ignis stood out as quite the Jack-of-all-trades...

2016 Suzuki Vitara Rt-s Review

I am 100% satisfied with my brand new Suzuki Vitara! Buyers are spoilt for choice with the SUV market being so extensive. I can honestly say that the Vitara is one of the more underrated city SUV's. I have no idea why though because once I took it for a test drive, I purchased one straight after...

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...