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Suzuki Ranges

Most popular Suzuki reviews

  • Suzuki Celerio (2015 onwards) Review
    Parkers rating: 3 out of 5 3.0
    New price: £7,499 - £10,699
    PROS
    • Loaded with equipment
    • Inexpensive to run
    • Spacious cabin
    • Comfortable ride
    CONS
    • Feels a little cheap
    • Lacks rivals’ charm
    • Lack of a ‘proper’ automatic
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  • Suzuki Ignis SUV (2017 onwards) Review

    Cheerful micro-SUV offers low-cost city motoring

    Parkers rating: 3.1 out of 5 3.1
    New price: £10,499 - £14,489
    PROS
    • Cheap to buy and run
    • Seating for four adults
    • Should be reliable
    • Lots of customisation
    • Great in the city
    CONS
    • Some poor-quality finishing
    • Safety kit lacking
    • Comfort is version-dependent
    • Uninspiring to drive
    • Struggles on motorways
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  • Suzuki SX4 S-Cross (2013 onwards) Review

    Unpretentious and comfortable crossover is packed with equipment

    Parkers rating: 3.5 out of 5 3.5
    New price: £16,499 - £25,249
    PROS
    • Efficient engine line-up
    • Comfortable
    • Affordable
    • Generously equipped
    CONS
    • Lacks wow factor
    • Looks are an acquired taste
    • Steering is very light
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Specialising in small cars and 4x4 vehicles, Suzuki is Japan’s fourth biggest automotive manufacturer and in the top 10 worldwide in terms of sales volume. The brand is perhaps better known for its motorcycles, but it builds a very accomplished range of cars including the popular Swift, Alto, Splash, the SX4, Kizashi, Jimny and Grand Vitara.

Founded in 1909, Michio Suzuki founded the Suzuki Loom Works in the seaside town of Hamamatsu, Japan. It initially supplied weaving looms for the silk industry, but after 30 successful years in this business it was time to diversify so the firm built its first prototype compact car.

In 1955 the company produced its first four-wheel drive vehicle, known as the Suzulight, which boasted rack-and-pinion steering and independent suspension – features that weren’t standard equipment on many cars until 30 years later.

Since then it has diversified and signed deals with many firms in other markets to sell its products or others’ products under different brands. Partners for such ventures include Volkswagen, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Mazda, Subaru, Fiat and General Motors.

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