Tata Tigor Vs. Maruti Suzuki Dzire

SOME THINGS happen only in India. Take the compact sedan. Nowhere else in the world is a class of vehicles defined by an overall length of less than four metres. The initial years saw some bizarrely styled cars where manufacturers would simply slap on some extra sheet metal on the backside of a hatchback and … [Read more…]

Suzuki Ignis 2017

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 £12.500 (est) If you don’t want one already, the new Ignis has probably failed. Because the best thing about this new jacked-up crossover-cum-city-car box is the way it looks.

Suzuki SX4 S-Cross

Suzuki’s brand exposure is hitting new heights as a result of a pair of Geordies dominating the ad breaks on television. A bit like marmite, where some people absolutely love them, and others are in the hate camp, there’s no denying that they are two of the biggest British stars right now. For me, I … [Read more…]

Suzuki Ciaz GLX

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Suzuki’s subcompact challenges the vios with comfort and loads of equipment In every product category, there is a dominant player and manychallengers. For subcompact cars, the 800kg gorilla in the garage is the ubiquitous Toyota Vios. Any new car that wan ts to make an impact in the segment will do well to be called … [Read more…]

Suzuki SX4 S-Cross 1.0 BoosterJet

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Facelift brings a stronger SUV-style look and downsized turbocharged engine First launched in 2013, the S-Cross was Suzuki’s answer to the Nissan Qashqai. However, it never sold in high numbers,even though the market for such vehicles was growing rapidly. Why was that? According to Suzuki, a great deal came down to aesthetics. Put simply, it … [Read more…]

Suzuki SX4 S-Cross 1.0 Boosterjet SZ-T

SINCE the arrival of the new Suzuki Vitara last year, the competent but rather drab-looking SX4 S-Cross has been largely ignored. It hasn’t helped, either, that the two models share a puzzlingly similar space in the crossover market. Now, though, Suzuki has given the SX4 S-Cross a significant restyle with the aim of making it … [Read more…]

Suzuki Cappuccino – 1991

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The Japanese have an honourable tradition of building sports cars with tiny engines, and showed they hadn’t forgotten how with the splendid little front mid-engined Suzuki Cappuccino that made an appearance in 1992. This met Kei-car specifications (allowing it to exploit Japan’s favourable tax and insurance regime for small cars). Weighing in at a featherweight … [Read more…]