A Japanese body kit design company, DAMD, has designed a frock for the Suzuki Jimny that turns it into a mini Mercedes-AMG G-Class or a mini Land Rover Defender.
Some cars just live on, even when the world around them changes. Survived by some enthusiastic petrolheads, the Suzuki Jimny was one such car which was loved for its small body and agile off-road manners. This little machine was accepted so well that Suzuki has vented some money and time into it to come up with this entirely new generation of this tiny SUV.
Many months after revealing the new generation Suzuki Swift hatchback and sedan, Suzuki took the covers off their hot-hatch offering, the 2018 Suzuki Swift Sport, at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show. The 2018 Suzuki Swift Sport gets an aggressive yet sporty styling which not only looks good but also helps in improving aerodynamics. The front bumper gets a new lip and a new design for the honeycomb grille.
Based on the popular Swift hatchback, the Suzuki Swift Dzire was a compact sedan that was put on sale in the Middle East for a short period. It has been a while since its discontinuation here due to poor sales but in other markets, it remained a strong seller. And now, Suzuki has introduced a completely revamped Swift Dzire.
Ever heard of the Suzuki Cultus? This American-designed Japanese-developed car was built around the world since 1988 in the shape seen here. It was available around the world as the Suzuki Swift, the Holden Barina, the Subaru Justy, the Maruti Esteem, the Changan Suzuki, the Chevrolet Sprint and the Pontiac Firefly, among others. Even though the Firefly and its brethren haven’t been seen on UAE roads since the 1990s, it still persevered in Pakistan as the Suzuki Cultus. But now, after a third of a century in production, Suzuki has decided to wind up the Cultus model in the Pakistan market as well.
After weeks of speculations, Suzuki has finally taken the covers off its latest Swift in Japan. Spied pictures of the new Swift have floating around on the internet for a while now. As the photographs show, the officially-released Swift is no different from the one we saw in those leaks.
Maruti Suzuki in India has previewed a new addition to their portfolio which might find its way into the Middle Eastern market. The Ignis, as it’s called, is a funky micro-crossover aimed at the “urban” youth. The Ignis is based on the Ignis Trail concept revealed at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show. If the Ignis makes it, its arrival will offer a bit of contrast to the otherwise sedate Suzuki lineup in the Middle East.
A dealer conference held in Europe by Suzuki was the source of a leak about the new Suzuki Swift bound for a 2017 launch. The sporty little hatchback was released in 2005 and was revamped completely in 2011. After munching through 5 years of success with the new model, the Swift is starting to show its age. The mild facelift in 2015 couldn’t help it much, so the time is ripe to introduce a new version.
Suzuki launched the all-new Vitara in the UAE and few other GCC countries recently. The “Grand” has been dropped from the name, and is a completely different vehicle from the previous model. It is based on the iV-4 concept, which was first exhibited at the Frankfurt Motor Show back in 2013.
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