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Suzuki Jimny is the little car that could: hits new sales record, wait list still 12 months
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5th Oct 2020
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Suzuki Jimny is the little car that could: hits new sales record, wait list still 12 months

The fun-size four-wheel-drive, the Suzuki Jimny, has set a new sales record in Australia, as the waiting list continues to stretch up to 12 months on certain models. Suzuki has sold more Jimnys in the first nine months of 2020 (1474) than it did for the entire 2019 calendar year (1391). The September 2020 result was an all-time monthly record for the Suzuki Jimny, with 325 reported as sold, accounting for one in four – or 25 per cent – of all Suzuki deliveries in Australia.
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Joshua Dowling
Kia and Suzuki commit to sub-$20,000 cars as rivals leave the segment 
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10th Sep 2020
3 min read

Kia and Suzuki commit to sub-$20,000 cars as rivals leave the segment 

The two heavyweights of the sub-$20,000 small-car class – Kia and Suzuki – have pledged to continue selling vehicles in the most affordable end of the market, as an increasing number of rivals have vacated the segment. Brands that have recently priced themselves out of the sub-$20,000 category include market leader Toyota, second-placed Mazda, and former budget-car king Hyundai.
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Joshua Dowling
2020 Suzuki Ignis price and specs
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7th Jun 2020
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2020 Suzuki Ignis price and specs

Suzuki’s facelifted 2020 Ignis city SUV has joined Australian showrooms with revised styling – and a price increase across the board. The 2020 ‘Series II’ Ignis comes in two trim levels, with pricing opening at $17,990 plus on-road costs for the five-seater GL and $19,990 plus on-road costs for the four-seater GLX. This represents a $2000 price increase for the GL and $1000 for the GLX compared to the outgoing model.
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Liam Murphy
New Suzuki Swift breaks cover ahead of its arrival in a few months
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19th May 2020
1 min read

New Suzuki Swift breaks cover ahead of its arrival in a few months

The facelifted Suzuki Swift hatch has appeared online months before it is due to arrive in Australian showrooms. The images of the updated Suzuki Swift show subtle styling changes to the nose and tail. In addition to a flash of chrome in the grille and a different bend in the rear bumper, the 2021 Suzuki Swift is expected to get minor technology updates such as blind-zone warning, rear cross-traffic alert and a digital speed display in the instrument cluster.
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Liam Murphy