Suzuki Ignis Sport Turbo On Wish-list

Suzuki Ignis Sport turbo on wish-listSuzuki Australia is keen to get its hands on a hotted-up version of the high-riding new Ignis city car as soon as possible, potentially using a version of the Baleno’s turbo engine.
However, the small issue of whether such a car is even in development lingers, though given the old Ignis’ use in rallying (as pictured below at The Acropolis), we’d imagine it’s been at least considered.

2017 Suzuki Ignis Pricing And Specs In Australia

2017 Suzuki Ignis pricing and specs in AustraliaThe retro-styled 2017 Suzuki Ignis high-riding city car launched in Australia this week, giving the brand a chic new option to lure urban dwellers.
Billed as an edgy crossover on account of 180mm ground clearance (more than a Mazda CX-3) the new Ignis is in fact about the same size as a Kia Picanto or Holden Spark.

Suzuki’s Funky New Ignis Might Be The Most Special Model Of Its Class

Suzuki’s Funky New Ignis Might Be The Most Special Model Of Its ClassThe new Suzuki Ignis is not your usual city car as it blends rather interestingly SUV elements into a compact body.
The combination might prove to be a hit for Suzuki as the new Ignis is both fresh as a proposal and has that SUV appeal that most customers seem to love these days. It certainly sticks out more than the boring normal city cars you can get right now in Europe.

New Suzuki Swift Gains Two Accessory Packs In Japan

New Suzuki Swift Gains Two Accessory Packs In JapanWith only a few days left until the next generation Suzuki Swift goes on sale in Japan, the automaker introduced two new accessory packages.
Currently limited to its home market, the first one is called Elegant Style, and adds chrome bits on the front bumper, fog lamp housing surrounds and tailgate, and a special fuel cap cover, for a price tag that equals $1,153.

2017 Suzuki Swift Revealed

2017 Suzuki Swift revealedThis is the all-new, 2017 Suzuki Swift, which was revealed in Japan today ahead of its global rollout next year. It’s still tiny and pared-back, but now has a suite of modern tech to broaden its buyer base.
This new iteration of Suzuki‘s biggest-selling and most iconic model sports a design merely evolved from its predecessor’s cutesy look, but the revisions elsewhere appear to be substantial.

2017 Suzuki Ignis Initial Australian Pricing Revealed

2017 Suzuki Ignis Initial Australian pricing revealedInitial pricing for the 2017 Suzuki Ignis has been revealed in the terms and conditions of a competition designed to help promote the new model.
Suzuki is currently holding an online competition where entrants can win an Ignis specified to their liking, which, according to the terms and conditions, is valued $21,750 including on-road costs.

Leaked Brochure Reveals Next-gen Suzuki Swift In Full

Leaked Brochure Reveals Next-Gen Suzuki Swift In FullAdditional pictures and details of the next-generation Suzuki Swift have surfaced online following the emergence of a leaked brochure of the new hatchback.
As with a recent leaked image, this brochure reveals that the Swift’s new bodywork will make it look much more modern than the outgoing car. At the front, there are smaller headlights, a reshaped grille, overhauled bumper design and new black fog light surrounds.

New Photo Emerges Of Next-generation Suzuki Swift

New Photo Emerges Of Next-Generation Suzuki SwiftAn intriguing image of the updated Suzuki Swift has emerged online and despite its low resolution, it’s certainly provides us with our best look yet at the model.
Earlier in the year, a number of apparent official renderings of the next-generation Swift emerged online, showcasing a much more modern and flowing design. This particular image also shows the Swift with a new look but it differs on a number of fronts from those renderings and, of course, the outgoing model.

2017 Suzuki S-cross Pricing And Specs In Australia

2017 Suzuki S-Cross pricing and specs in AustraliaAustralian pricing and specifications for the facelifted 2017 Suzuki S-Cross range have been revealed this week, with the revamped SUV starting from $27,990 plus on-road costs.
The two-tier range is exclusively powered by the 1.4-litre ‘Boosterjet‘ turbocharged petrol engine also used in the Vitara S Turbo, producing 103kW of power at 5500rpm and 220Nm of torque between 1500 and 4000rpm through a six-speed automatic transmission.

2017 Suzuki S-cross Confirmed For Australia, Launching November

2017 Suzuki S-Cross confirmed for Australia, launching NovemberThe updated and facelifted 2017 Suzuki S-Cross has been confirmed for the Australian market, and will launch locally on November 22.
Few details have been released regarding local specifications, though Suzuki has confirmed all S-Cross variants in Australia will be offered with the 1.4-litre Boosterjet turbo petrol engine available in the Vitara S Turbo, mated to a six-speed automatic transmission.

Suzuki: Rain Halts Phillip Island Motogp Free Practice

Suzuki: Rain Halts Phillip Island MotoGP Free PracticeHeavy rain and dangerous track conditions forced Race Direction to red-flag today’s second Free Practice for the Michelin® Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix at the Phillip Island Circuit.
The day started with cold weather and pouring rain, but the riders managed to take-in some laps, which was useful for a first appraisal of the circuit using Michelin’s rain tyres, and to try to find a basic set-up. With this, Maverick Viñales’ appreciation of the track was positive, scoring a provisional top-10 which would, on paper, give him direct access to Q2.

2017 Suzuki Ignis Confirmed For Australia

2017 Suzuki Ignis confirmed for AustraliaSuzuki Australia has at last confirmed it will introduce the funky Ignis SUV in early 2017.
First revealed at last-year’s Tokyo motor show, the little Ignis has been under a cloud of doubt for Australia until this week.
The company hopes to build on the 4.0 per cent sales growth it has seen locally this year (excluding Queensland, which is managed by a separate company), with the Ignis joining the popular Vitara in Suzuki’s reborn SUV line-up.

2016 Paris Motor Show: Suzuki Display

2016 Paris Motor Show: Suzuki displayThe fun thing about foreign auto shows is getting to see all the cars we don't get at home. In the case of Suzuki, it's a reminder that the brand withered in the US and withdrew due to a lack of product a few years back. What makes it even tougher is that Suzuki's stand in Paris is full of little all-wheel-drive things that would probably do really well in the US now. Talk about bad timing.