Let’s have a look at some of Suzuki’s best vehicles just below the R200 000 mark
Performing only at its best, Suzuki improves its own sales record by 6.6% and 1 479 units for the month of July, making their way up to 9th place in the overall top 10 vehicle sales rank. Suzuki also grew its share to 3.4% of the overall market and 5.03% of the passenger vehicle market which also means that Suzuki welcomed its 75 000th customer in August… talk about beating all market expectations!
Wondering what keeps them going?
“As the market has shrunk we invested in new dealers and new products, with the firm belief that people tend to recognise and choose good value for money products when money is a bit tight” says Andre Venter the divisional manager of sales and marketing at Suzuki Auto SA.
Let’s highlight a few of the specialties on our Suzuki vehicles keeping the brand name high.
1. The Suzuki Swift was rewarded as the brand’s top seller at the 2019 Auto Trader SAGMJ car of the year rewards. In July, 635 buyers drove away in an excellent Suzuki Swift.
Looking at the design of this compact urban vehicle, spirited and fun to drive we can only see why.
Not only one, but three Swift models to choose from the GL, GA and GLX all come with a 1.2l naturally aspirated petrol engine.
This hatch has a neat overall look, with pleasing design lines and a good proportioned body that will suit any gender behind the wheel. Filling a parking bay with its 1.7m width and 3.8m length it makes it easy fitting in anywhere. Be it you are stuck in bumper-to-bumper or stop-start traffic you will be looking at 5.5L per 100KM. Swift 1.2GA pricing to start from R162 900, or from R179 900 for the Swift 1.2 GL and starting from R199 900 for Swift 1.2GLX. This cracking little car is perfect for first time employers where we would gladly welcome you to the Suzuki family.
2.The Suzuki Celerio being second in line as our stunning “biggest-small car”.
This cutie might look small but this roomy vehicle with a neat interior will instantly make you feel at home behind the wheel.
Surprising the market this modern three-cylinder engine, capable of 55kW/90Nm, sold 255 units in the month of July. Can we get a round of applause?
Rated with emissions of 110g/km for manual models and 108g/km for the automated manual transmission model, they both fell below the 120g/km emission. This fuel saving vehicle is perfect for students and first time buyers looking for 4.6L per 100km on an auto and 4.7L per 100km on the manual version.
With a body of 3.6m in length and 1.6m in width you can easily make your way around anything while looking stylish behind the wheel of this modern design. Celerio 1.0 GA to start from R136 900 and for the 1.0 GL from R153 900. Yes! This ticks all your affordability boxes making it the perfect budget car.
3.The Suzuki Ignis, our next model flaunting the sports and funky layout that made about 164-unit sales for the month of July.
This “compact SUV” offers a small car price and is economic to maintain. Not only available in the 1.2 GL spec, but also in the higher 1.2 GLX spec where you can choose between five-speed manual or automatic gearbox.
This zippy vehicle has a 3.7m long and 1.69m wide body, designed to be a spacious and comfortable ride in town vehicle. You can guarantee always being ahead of everyone, when the manual-transmission model accelerates from 0-100 km/h in 11.6 seconds while top speed is 165 km/h or even when the automated transmission gets to 100 km/h in 13seconds while top speeds is 155 km/h.
Being at it, the fuel consumption we are looking at is an average of 7.1L per 100km, showing you it’s not only the funky looks with the high comfort and safety features that is appealing, but also the fuel efficiency that makes this car a perfect compact SUV for the young starting family market.
Ignis 1.2 GL pricing to start from R169 900 and for the Ignis 1.2 GLX to start from R189 900.
What more can you ask for when all you want fits in one vehicle?
Now that you have the perks of each vehicle, call us to test drive your next set of wheels!