Arguably one of biggest reasons for Suzuki’s success story in 2022, the entry-level Suzuki S-Presso has now received a few upgrades and gives consumers even more value for money.
The new Suzuki Celerio has just been launched and it takes to the Southern-African market with quite an ambitious claim. Should Suzuki’s claimed fuel consumption be correct, the Celerio will be the most fuel-efficient car on the current market.
Suzuki bied ‘n “wakker” alternatief vir die intree segment
In ons Namibiese / Suider-Afrikaanse mark doen klein en bekostigbare luikrug voertuie uiters goed, waarvan die Renault Kwid, Datsun Go, Peugeot 108, Mahindra KUV 100, Hyundai Atos en Toyota Aygo maar net sommige van die top-verkopers is. Suzuki is die mees onlangse vervaardiger wat nou ‘n voertuig ingebring het om in die segment mee te ding.
An alternative to a failing transport sector: The city slicker duel
Since the start of the new decade, we’ve been fortunate to test a range of small hatchbacks, made for the ever-increasing demand of compact, affordable cars for the expanding urban jungle. Some would agree that our public transport systems are becoming a potential headache, with safety being the main concern. Should a new car be the only option to leave this problem behind, we may be able to help.
Suzuki isn’t exactly known for innovation. Value for money, yes. Reliability and no-frills motoring, most certainly. But now the Japanese brand may add more glory to their local, award-winning reputation with the innovative launch of their new S-Presso compact urban SUV.