2018 Suzuki Swift Sport In Australia From First Quarter

2018 Suzuki Swift Sport in Australia from first quarter

The 2018 Suzuki Swift Sport has been confirmed for the Australian market, with the company’s local arm expecting its new hot hatch in the first quarter of 2018.

Sitting above the current GLX Turbo flagship, the Swift Sport is powered by a 1.4-litre ‘Boosterjet’ turbocharged petrol engine, developing 103kW of power and 250Nm of torque – a 70Nm leap over its predecessor.

Suzuki Has Big Sales Plans For The New Jimny

Suzuki Has Big Sales Plans For The New Jimny

As we inch closer and closer to the premiere of the new Suzuki Jimny in Tokyo, we’re beginning to learn more about the model and the brand’s big ambitions for it.

Speaking to Autocar, Suzuki’s European director Takanori Suzuki revealed the brand’s hope that the Jimny will play a prominent role in boosting the firm’s annual sales across Europe.

Here's A Better Look At The New Suzuki Jimny

Here's A Better Look At The New Suzuki Jimny

Five weeks after images of the new Suzuki Jimny leaked online thanks to an internal company presentation, Indian Autos Blog has taken those pictures, sharpened them up and given them some color to provide us with an accurate look at the four-gen model.

Rendered in three-door guise, the similarities between the new Jimny and the outgoing model are immediately noticeable. For example, it includes a small front grille with vertical slats but now has round headlights, turn signals, and fog lights. The proportions of the new car also look similar to the old one but the body panels are noticeably less curved and feature sharper and more pointed corners.

Suzuki Xbee Is Kind Of Like A Mini Fj Cruiser

Suzuki Xbee Is Kind Of Like A Mini FJ Cruiser

Suzuki has a raft of concepts lined up for the Tokyo Motor Show next month, including the Xbee you see here.

Not to be confused with the Scion xB, the Suzuki Xbee (pronounced “Crossbi”) takes the form of a retro off-roader in similar style to – but smaller form than – Toyota's discontinued FJ Cruiser.

Suzuki Previews E-survivor Concept, The Cutest Ute Yet

Suzuki previews e-Survivor concept, the cutest ute yet

If you've ever thought of Suzuki as a whimsical manufacturer of small or smallish vehicles, you're going to like what the manufacturer plans to show at the upcoming 45th Tokyo Motor Show.

The e-Survivor Concept reimagines the classic Suzuki jeep as an all-electric vehicle, and it's filled with interesting styling cues both retro and futuristic. The e-Survivor is not only lightweight in construction, it also looks like it, with vestigial wheelarches and see-through doors. The electric motors are housed in the wheels, leaving the ladder-frame construction able to be as skinny as possible. The dashboard houses large screens showing infotainment controls, navigation settings and the vehicle itself, and there are rear-view cameras in place of mirrors.

New Suzuki Swift Sport To Be Lighter And Torquier

New Suzuki Swift Sport to be lighter and torquier

The Suzuki Swift Sport has been one of the most interesting hot hatches of the last decade, well at least outside the United States. Its first iteration was released in 2005, leaving behind its crummy Geo Metro guise in favor of something more in line dynamically with the segment best. Though it may have been an underdog from day one, the Swift Sport proved itself to be both fun and reliable

The new car promises to up the ante with a stiffer structure and a footprint increased courtesy a 20 mm-longer wheelbase and a stance that's 40 mm wider and 15 mm lower. Power comes from a turbocharged 1.4-liter four-cylinder Suzuki cheekily calls the Boosterjet, ditching the old 1.6-liter naturally aspirated inline-4. The downsized, intercooled 138-horsepower turbo engine gives the Swift Sport only four more horsepower than the old unit, but there is a lot more torque available and at lower revs. Another major improvement is a weight loss of nearly 180 pounds -- definitely a big deal in a small car like this -- as the new model tips the scales at less than 2,140 lbs.

Baseball: Suzuki Surpasses Oh's Total Bases Record With 5,863

Baseball: Suzuki surpasses Oh's total bases record with 5,863

Ichiro Suzuki went one better than Japan's all-time home run king Sadaharu Oh on Wednesday when he reached 5,863 total bases in Japan and Major League Baseball combined in the Miami Marlins' 8-1 loss to the Washington Nationals.

Suzuki had a pinch-hit single in the fifth inning off Nationals starter Gio Gonzalez (14-6) at Marlins Park for his 3,974th base in the big leagues. He had 1,889 in nine years through 2000 with the then Orix BlueWave in Nippon Professional Baseball.

2018 Suzuki Jimny Spied Testing, Design Leaked In Presentation

2018 Suzuki Jimny spied testing, design leaked in presentation

A camouflaged prototype believed to be the next-generation Suzuki Jimny has been spied this week for the first time, giving us a first look at the diminutive Japanese off-roader. Meanwhile, leaked images from a Suzuki product presentation unwraps the the design of the next-generation model.

Looking like a shrunken Mercedes-Benz G-Class mixed with a Jeep Renegade, the new Jimny continues with very upright boxy styling that is becoming more of a rarity these days, while the high ride height and chunky tyres indicate the new model should maintain its true off-roading prowess.

2019 Suzuki Jimny Leaks Looking Oh-so Familiar

2019 Suzuki Jimny Leaks Looking Oh-So Familiar

Not long after our spies snapped the 2019 Suzuki Jimny in the midst of testing, images of the redesigned SUV have emerged following a company presentation detailing its product roadmap.

As we long suspected (and hoped for), the new Jimny hasn't totally sacrificed its iconic design and still remains identifiable. What that means is that the SUV maintains its small proportions and its front end continues to be dominated by a slim, horizontal grille and a set of simple headlights, now round rather than the square shape of the original.

Suzuki Celerio City Brings More Standard Kit To The Uk From £7,499

Suzuki Celerio City Brings More Standard Kit To The UK From £7,499

On sale in the United Kingdom since February 2015, the Suzuki Celerio has received a new limited edition trim.

It's called the Suzuki Celerio City, and it's limited to just 500 units, each carrying a starting price of £7,499 (equal to $9,661), with the brand's reduction campaign that drops £500 ($644) from the price of any new model in the range, until September 30.

Suzuki Celerio Dropped, For Now

Suzuki Celerio dropped, for now

The little Suzuki Celerio micro hatch has been dropped from the company’s local line-up, with the company citing declining demand as the cause.

One of the most affordable new cars available in the Australian market, starting at just $12,990 plus on-road costs, the Thai-sourced Celerio develops 50kW of power and 90Nm from its 1.0-litre aspirated three-cylinder petrol engine, mated to either a five-speed manual or a CVT automatic.

Suzuki Launches Direct-injection Turbo Engine Model Of 'escudo' Compact Suv

Suzuki Launches Direct-injection Turbo Engine Model of 'Escudo' Compact SUV

Suzuki Motor Corp released a 1.4L direct-injection turbo engine model of the "Escudo" compact SUV (sport utility vehicle) July 26, 2017.

Before the release of the new model, the Escudo came only with a 1.6L naturally-aspirated (NA) engine. This time, Suzuki added the 1.4L turbo engine model that features a higher driving performance than the 1.6L engine model. The new model is manufactured by Magyar Suzuki Corp, a Hungary-based subsidiary of Suzuki, and exported to Japan.