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2021 Suzuki new cars
News
28th Dec 2020
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2021 Suzuki new cars

Suzuki sold out of cars in 2020 and is currently scrambling to get more stock ready for 2021 after recent updates to the Swift and Vitara. As Australians avoid public transport in the wake of the coronavirus crisis – and shift back into safe, reliable and affordable cars – Suzuki dealers were left almost empty, except for cars that had 'sold' signs on them.
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Joshua Dowling
Suzuki Jimny is the little car that could: hits new sales record, wait list still 12 months
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5th Oct 2020
2 min read

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
Dream garage: Suzuki Jimny wagon and ute imagined
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15th Sep 2020
2 min read

Dream garage: Suzuki Jimny wagon and ute imagined

The Suzuki Jimny has proven to be such a runaway success the company is reportedly considering wagon and ute versions of the pint-sized four-wheel-drive. The waiting list for a new Suzuki Jimny still stretches up to 12 months in Australia, even though production has ramped up in an attempt to catch up with demand. However, CarAdvice understands the Japanese car maker is considering expanding the line-up to include a five-door wagon and a ute – both on a new, extended wheelbase.
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Joshua Dowling
Missed EOFY? Skoda and Suzuki have you covered
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13th Jul 2020
3 min read

Missed EOFY? Skoda and Suzuki have you covered

Did you miss out on an end-of-financial-year deal in June? There is hope if you're prepared to bet on an underdog brand. Czech brand Skoda has had a tough year in line with the rest of the market, having reported 2752 cars as sold in the first half of 2020 so far, down 20.8 per cent compared to the same period the prior year. Japanese car maker Suzuki reported 7163 cars as sold, down a similar 21.3 per cent when compared to this time last year.
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Justin Narayan
2020 Suzuki Ignis price and specs
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7th Jun 2020
2 min read

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