Suzuki is on a roll. New offerings such as the Ignis, Baleno and Vitara are giving the humble Japanese brand more exposure than it has had in years.
But the all-new Suzuki Swift you see here is the big one, because it's the company's most popular vehicle and the one it's best known for.
More than 130,000 of them have been sold in Australia since 2005. The only rival that lures more private buyers here is the Mazda 2.
The key for Suzuki when developing the replacement for its outgoing seven-year old Swift was to keep those attributes that made it great - the light weight, nimble dynamics and old world charm - but blend in additional modern features.
Has it succeeded?