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Suzuki news and models.

New member in Suzuki family – Kizashi

The new family member of Suzuki is Kizashi sedan, which was officially presented in Detroit, USA.
Built in the factory in Sagara, Japan, Suzuki new model will have two versions of traction – or face AWD. The car will be available in one variant of the engine – 2.4 DOHC.
The engine will be completed by manual gearbox with six gears, can be optionally choose ECO variant, namely CVT (continuously variable transmission), designed specifically to save fuel.
As standard equipment, find ABS, ESP, projectors, 8 airbags and a system of monitoring pressure of tires. Optional, may include the AWD (all-wheel drive), which transmits power to the rear wheels on a simple command to the driver.

Suzuki Swift Sport Cup Series 2009

Suzuki Swift Cup is on the second year and it will take place in 2009 in Britain.
Interesting in this competition is that pilots will be able to participate in all the races, only Suzuki Swift Sport Cup and the transport and technical support throughout the competition will be ensured throughout the Suzuki. The competition has 6 circuits, and will continue with 5 more rounds in the MSA British Rally Championship.


Suzuki Swift Sport Cup Series 2009

The one that will go out first in the series will go home with a Suzuki Swift Sport and will be able to do some “practice” at the famous school Haugland Winter Rally in Norway.

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2008 Suzuki WRC

Suzuki has just unveiled the new livery for its 2008 WRC car. The driver line-up is good, mixing the experience of Gardemeister with the youthful exuberance of PG Andersson. Hopefully the team can deliver. It looks pretty good, don’t you think?

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2008 Suzuki WRC

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Suzuki Aerio

The Suzuki Aerio is a surprisingly fun and enjoyable car, even though, in some ways, it’s a throwback. The interior is refreshingly spartan, without such frills as a covered center console or power leather seats, but it’s clean and well executed, with an incredibly high roof providing a sense of spaciousness. The small but well-designed instrument panel includes a tachometer, gas and temperature gauges, speedometer, and odometer – all digital. The climate controls are simple but effective, unpretentious and useful. Performance is good enough to be fun, not good enough to challenge sports cars, but certainly more than enough for most people, even with the automatic.
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Suzuki Aerio

Suzuki SX4

The Suzuki SX4 is the latest in a series of possible comeback cars from a company most Americans are only dimly aware of.
The little car is available in more varieties than many bigger sellers, offering among other things a wagon/hatchback variant and all wheel drive; but more than anything, it should firmly put memories of the late Samurai to rest.