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Category Archives: Suzuki
The History Channel’s highly anticipated new show, Top Gear USA, has finally hit the airwaves. Like its British counterpart, the American version of Top Gear also features a segment where celebrities hit the track in a reasonably priced car. The … Continue reading
The Suzuki Kizashi is already a sporty choice for midsize sedan buyers, but for the 2011 model year it will get even sportier thanks to the addition of special Sport models. This new Sport package adds a range of features … Continue reading
The Suzuki SX4 doesn’t come to mind when most people think of high-performance cars. But one SX4 recently won the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb thanks to a 897 horsepower engine under the hood and a “Monster” at the wheel.
Behind the the wheel of a twin-turbo, 910-horsepower Suzuki SX4, Nobuhiro “Monster” Tajima won the 88th running of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb – his fifth consecutive win. Knoxville Coachmen Dealers said it was also a great way for … Continue reading
For consumers that love to spend time outdoors, but also want affordable transportation, Suzuki’s lineup may be the right match. Because many of Suzuki’s vehicles are well-suited to outdoors enthusiasts, the brand embraced this year’s official “Great Outdoors Month.”
Few products are rarely labeled as being both “cheap” and “cool.” But if you ask the folks at Kelley Blue Book, both labels can be applied to the Suzuki SX4 crossover.
Suzuki has just released the first images of the new 2011 Swift. This attractive subcompact boasts more power, more MPG, and more interior space than before, but unfortunately it is not yet destined for the U.S. market.
Last year, Suzuki had several Kizashi prototypes on display at the SEMA show in Las Vegas, NV. But on the recent episode of Speed Channel’s Test Drive, one of these turbocharged prototypes actually hit the track.