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Suzuki is Australia’s small car specialist with a range of compact models born out of the Japanese company’s expertise in compact automobiles. That’s not to say the range is limited, however with sporty hot hatches, capable off-road vehicles, and city friendly hatchbacks available.

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2023 Suzuki S-Cross review: Australian first drive
Launch Review | 10 Sep 2022


The Suzuki S-Cross has lived like a middle child between the popular Vitara and Swift. Now the 2023 Suzuki S-Cross prepares to step into the limelight.
2022 Suzuki Jimny v Mercedes-Benz G400 comparison
Comparison | 31 May 2022


Does it get any more David and Goliath than this? We put a tough-as-nails $27K off-roader up against a $240K monster just for fun.
2022 Suzuki Jimny Lite review
Review | 11 Jan 2022


Stripped-out, steel wheel and no infotainment in sight. The Suzuki Jimny Lite doesn't care, and you shouldn't either.

2021 Suzuki Swift GLX Turbo review
Review | 30 Jun 2021


Like the idea of turbo power, but not keen on a Swift Sport? Here's one Suzuki prepared earlier...
Top 10 new cars in every Australian state and territory
Industry Sales Results | 25 Nov 2022
A breakdown of Australia's most popular new cars in all eight states and territories has never been available – until now.
Jump the queue! New cars available to buy – and drive away – today
news | 24 Nov 2022
Most major car brands have been gripped by chronic stock shortages and lengthy delivery delays for the past two years. But some green shoots are starting to emerge amid the auto alley armageddon.
New Suzuki Swift delayed to next year – report
New Models | 14 Nov 2022
2023 Suzuki Swift rumoured to making its global debut in the third quarter of 2023.

Drive Podcast Episode 12 - listen online now!
news | 9 Nov 2022

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All I want for Christmas is a Kei car
Culture | 29 Nov 2022
Justin Narayan reveals why all he wants for Christmas is a micro car with 660cc engine instead of a Ford Ranger Raptor.
Every new car warranty in Australia in 2022
Advice | 15 Nov 2022
Warranties are an important factor when making a new car purchase, so we've ranked each manufacturer from shortest to longest.
Opinion: the brands I’d choose if I opened a multi-franchise car dealership
Opinion | 4 Nov 2022
Want to open a new-car dealership? Which brands would you choose to deliver stability, growth and profits over the next decade? Here's where we would start with in our fictitious multi-franchise mega motoring mall.

Everything you need to know about the 2022 Suzuki S-Cross: Virtual Test DrivePlayIconRounded
Advice | 27 Oct 2022
The Suzuki S-Cross provides all the practicality you need, without compromising on any of the style.
2021 Suzuki Jimny GJ GLX owner review
Owner Review | 24 Oct 2022
My partner wanted a comfortable and quiet daily driver. I wanted a Suzuki Jimny. We compromised and got a Jimny.
2013 Suzuki Alto GLX: owner review
Owner Review | 6 Mar 2021
Well I purchased this Suzuki Alto GLX as a demo with 14 kms on the speedometer in April 2014 for $10,700 driveway, I believe the rrp was $12,490. In 72,000kms from new this car is frugal on fuel averaging 4.9 litres per 100kms on regional country drives and 5.8 city usage. The engine is the best part of this car that 1 litre 3 cylinder engine is a sweet motor although the idle shake can be a little annoying at times. It comfortably cruises around for daily duties and just gets on with the job. It has an adequate air-conditioning that has good volume airflow, heating is very hot. Standard stereo system is average but can connect aux to play music Spotify ect. Gearbox is light and clutch easily managed without too much pressure or effort. Space is tight but rear seats can be folded to accommodate larger items or boxes. The rear parcel shelf doesn't attach to the rear hatch so when you open it the parcel shelf is basically in the way, very annoying and I personally removed mine to avoid annoyance. Seating is adequate but can be a little uncomfortable after a long drive but breaks help with that. Overall the ownership of this little car has been great and although it's light car class it's better than some would think. I have driven this car long distance and it can comfortably sit on 110 km/hr for hours on end. Insurance is low for this type of car and running costs is affordable for budget conscious buyers. Would I purchase another Alto if I had too? Big yes absolutely. I do think that cars then should have electric mirrors standard which this car definitely doesn't have, but it is only a small lean across to change settings, is it annoying? Sure is. The other stage thing is the power front windows in front and manual wind down windows in the rear? The other thing is that the drivers power window switch only can operate drivers side so again if you want to adjust the front passenger power window you will need to lean over again. Overall this car would be a great second vehicle or someone on a budget.
2018 Suzuki Ignis GL review
Owner Review | 24 Mar 2020
Great young styling, fun to drive and super economical. The Ignis 5speed always puts a smile on your face especially when refuelling. I average 4.6 litres per 100klms Which is handy considering I travel 1000klms per week (Leura blue mountains to Ingleburn NSW every day). The 1.2litre engine pulls willingly when given a boot full and will surprise other motorists, at least to 60klms an hour. This is probably notable due to the 840kgs weight of the Ignis. One area for improvement would be suspension tuning! With occupants In the back seats (only 2 x 70kg teenagers) the little Ignis will bottom out with a thud!!! even over small bumps. Considering I drive this car by myself 95% of the time, this issue isn’t a real concern for me. Another area for improvement would be road noise. On certain rough road surfaces the road noise can be a little annoying especially when talking on the phone. The seats are comfortable even for taller occupants my son is 6ft 3” and is happy to travel an hour and a half in the back seat. I wouldn’t hesitate a road trip for 2 down to Melbourne or up to Queensland in the little Suzy either. One thing Suzuki doesn’t offer for the Ignis is a row bar kit. Yes I know I know it’s not the type of car that could lug around a trailer full of dirt or bricks, but it would be ideal to be able fit a rear bike rack. I’d love to see the AWD version in a 5 speed come to Australia and fitted with the 1.0 turbo, the power to weight ratio would make for an even more enjoyable drive, with the added advantage of being able to explore a fire trail or two. I’d highly recommend this car for anyone single or a couple for a daily commute or a road trip. Servicing and parts are cheap and you won’t ever need to do a timing belt!! Keep this car regularly serviced and I doubt you’ll experience any major mechanical issues. I’ve traveled 60,000klms in 14 months with out a single concern!

2018 Suzuki Vitara RT-S review
Owner Review | 5 Oct 2019
This car is by no means a performance SUV the 1.6L Is just adequate for city driving and it will not complain if you push it. If you need any more performance than that you need to be looking at the 1.4L Turbo. The price for what you get is hands down the BEST value small SUV on the market. The closest in price was the Mitsubishi ASX but it was thirsty, ancient, heavy and that horrible CVT auto is subpar in my opinion. One thing that the Vitara excels at and a lot of people complain about in modern cars is visibility, is that it has excellent visibility all around with big windows! It is so easy to park and drive around the city! The Suzuki has a good conventional auto which it is an excellent little unit, gear changes are smooth and it is very responsive from the get-go. It is a breath of fresh air when comparing it to most other Japanese manufacturers who offer CVT as standard. It has inclusions that feel ''premium" and most other brands WILL NOT give you in their entry level variants; such as DLR LED lights, GPS, reverse camera, paddle shifters (for the auto), nice looking alloy wheels, darker privacy rear windows and even LED welcome illumination on the front driver's and passenger's foot wells (Mazda charges over $200 just for the welcome illumination!) The infotainment is excellent, the touch screen is very responsive and it comes with standard android auto/apple car play. I am comparing this to the horrible MAZDA MZD Infotainment system which is laggy, outdated and the touch screen cannot be used once the car is moving! Oh and they will charge you $500 for Android auto/Apple carplay (Shame on you Mazda) The speakers are only average but for the audiophiles there is an premium upgrade speaker option! which I have not tried so I cannot tell if it actually improves the audio quality. The interior is very basic but very well thought out with ample space for what it is and excellent rear leg and headroom for its class which is better than a Mazda CX-3 or a Hyundai Kona (And those cars are more expensive). Boot space is also one of the largest of its class (375L vs Kona 361L) which is a plus for a small family and it has the added dual floor for extra storage underneath! It has accessories galore and even though a lot are very expensive at least you get the option to customize your vehicle if you wish to do so. How far you go will depend on your budget. The warranty is 5 years which is a plus but there is a catch - you need to have all the services done by a Suzuki dealer otherwise it reverts to a standard 3 yr which I found a little bit unfair as I think for this to be a money-grabbing exercise by Suzuki. Service intervals are very short 10,000 or 6 months - for those who do not do many Kms like myself it means I will have to visit the dealership more often and they are not cheap averaging $250 per service which is over $500 per year (However I am a big believer of good maintenance so I find this to be a plus in a way for me). I think one year or 15,000kms others offer is pushing it for modern engines especially for stop/go city driving which causes extreme wear on the engine. All in all this vehicle should be selling way more than it currently is however I believe a lot of people do not make informed decisions and get caught up in the hype buying what is ''trendy'' without thinking of practicality. Also a lot of ''expert" review I see online are very unfair on the Vitara as a lot of scores are very low, I used to own a Mazda CX5 and I can honestly say this is a better product, less gimmicks, no istop or other electric gimmicks you don't need and way more practical and easy to drive around the city (even though the CX-5 is on a different category).
* 'MRLP' is the manufacturer’s recommended list price as provided by our data provider and is subject to change, so is provided to you for indicative purposes only. Please note that MRLP is inclusive of GST, but is exclusive of any options and does not include on-road costs such as registration, CTP, stamp duty and dealer delivery. Where an MRLP is stated as a price range, this reflects the lowest to highest MRLP provided for that model range across the available variants.