All-new Suzuki Swift Sport blasts into "proper" hot hatch territory courtesy of its new turbopetrol engine
Frankfurt has welcomed the all-new Suzuki Swift Sport, which is lighter, lower, faster and more... Read More
Despite a contraction in the South African new vehicle market in 2017, Suzuki sales have been brisk. The Japanese brand is a small car specialist that offers a trio of hatchbacks: the Celerio (a #CarsAwards... Read More
Since coming out tops in the Cars.co.za Consumer Awards – powered by WesBank, in January, Japanese brand Suzuki has been experiencing growing support in South Africa. Usually known for affordable and... Read More
Suzuki has announced it will reveal the Swift Sport at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show and while the award-winning Japanese manufacturer prepares for the local introduction of the new model, it has increased the value... Read More
And then there were 39! Cars.co.za is proud to announce the finalists of the 2017/18. Cars.co.za Consumer Awards – powered by WesBank. The finalists (three in each of 13 respective categories) were selected out of... Read More
Suzuki has introduced its Ignis budget crossover to the local market. It's a decidedly funky newcomer from a brand renowned for practically-minded and reliable (read: unspectacular) products. We took it for a quick... Read More
The pint-sized Suzuki Ignis is being launched in South Africa this week. Here are specifications and pricing for this model.
The Ignis is a compact family car/crossover that's all about fun-sized, yet practical... Read More
Although the compact sedan market has shrunk due to the public's growing predilection for hatchbacks and compact family cars/crossovers, cars such as the value-oriented, spacious Suzuki Ciaz still offer a lot of... Read More
Suzuki has finally built an all-new Swift, which is the successor to the Japanese brand's best-selling product in South Africa. We sent our UK correspondent Wayne Gorrett to the South of France to drive it before... Read More
We look at some of the new cars that landed in South Africa in 2017 and see if they are selling as well as predicted.
It’s difficult to tell if a new car is going to be a hit with the public or not –... Read More