The market for budget-priced, hot hatches in the U.S. has dwindled over the last two decades, with most of the major players either inflating prices or dropping out altogether. However, according to Automotive News, Suzuki execs have confirmed that the next generation Swift will finally make its way to U.S. shores, likely sometime in 2010. Continue reading Suzuki Swift coming to the U.S. in 2010
The first picture of Suzuki’s Splash concept has found its way into the net. According to Suzuki, the car you see in the picture will base a production model in the near future mixing up SUV, MPV and mini hatchback features. Doesn’t look bad, but then again, it’s a concept and as you know, concepts usually have little in common with production versions. Continue reading Suzuki Splash concept picture
SUZUKI can finally claim a legitimate successor to the lamented Swift GTi.
The Swift Sport, unveiled to Australian media in Japan this week, may not carry the famous GTi badge (it no longer has rights to the name) but it has the firepower to outgun its predecessor. Continue reading Suzuki Swift Sports a chance