If you’re reading about the Suzuki Vitara Brezza on Torquing Cars for the second time in nearly as many weeks, that’s because the new crossover from the Japanese automaker was only just launched in South Africa a couple of weeks ago. Slotting in below the standard Vitara as a smaller, … Read more
Suzuki fans have a rather strong affiliation with caffeinated beverages. It’s not just that they love to start their mornings with a cup of coffee; no, mention the name Cappuccino and watch them devolve into gushing fanboys and girls, drooling over the Japanese Kei sports car they’ll never own and … Read more
It seems like just yesterday when we were calling Suzuki our brand to watch. Now, the brand has grown from strength to strength, building a solid product lineup around old favourites like the Swift Sport and Jimny, as well as new additions like the Ignis. But as of today, the … Read more
The Suzuki Vitara is a crossover we’ve come to love over the years since it first launched – loved for its composed chassis, well-sorted driving dynamics, predictable handling, pliant ride, and frugal demeanour. But if there was one thing the Vitara was missing, it was fizz. The 1.6-litre naturally aspirated … Read more
The Ignis name is not a new one for Japanese brand, Suzuki. In fact, the first generation debuted back in 2000 as an almost Kei-sized mini crossover. Suzuki rebooted it for 2016 with similar packaging, and with a budget-friendly price, legendary reliability, and incredibly low running costs, not to mention … Read more
Hot hatches have seemingly fallen from grace in South Africa, with a single badge being the reason for it all. If it doesn’t wear the letters ‘GTI’ on its bum, the South African public won’t pay for it. It’s the reason we no longer see full-fat hot hatches like the … Read more
We’ve been behind the wheel of the turbocharged third-generation Suzuki Swift Sport. Has it lost the spark that made previous ones so great?