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2015 Suzuki Swift GLX Navigator review

My wife and I owned a 2008 Suzuki Swift automatic for five years before buying a new 2015 Swift GLX Navigator, which was made in Japan. I had no problems with the 2008 Swift, which I serviced myself apart from having the belts and idler replaced and four new tyres fitted. Plus, I also fitted new spark plugs and new front brake pads, a new battery and replaced the coolant...

2015 Suzuki Kizashi Sport Touring review

I lusted after a Kizashi ever since seeing photos of the concept model and thinking what an aggressive (for conservative Suzuki) design it was! Finally, the Kizashi was released in Australia, but I was put off by the watered-down design, high initial purchase price and limited model range, so I bought a 'Korean Holden' instead...

2006 Suzuki Swift review

I purchased this car as it was in my budget and I loved it at first sight. Second-hand Swifts are priced very reasonably for buyers looking for a good car with low kilometres. The main thing I dislike inside a Suzuki Swift would be the stereo, but that is easy to change. Another thing would be the black strip on each door panel, but overall I love the inside of my Swift...

2007 Suzuki Swift S review

I bought my ’07 Swift S (Auto RS415) back in 2014 to learn to drive in. It’s an absolute dream of a car. Since purchasing it, I have run it up to nearly 190,000km – and it still runs like new, not one thing to fault! Inside for the driver and passenger is quite spacious for a small car. As for the rear seats, it’s comfortable for two people, but fitting three can be too close for comfort...

2010 Suzuki Swift Sport review

When my old faithful Liberty finally decided to succumb to the famous Subaru head gasket issue, there were really only a few criteria that I had nailed down for my replacement car. Fun (subjective, I'll admit), manual, under $10K, and no Takata airbag issues. Only four criteria, but boy did it narrow down the field...

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...