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Opening more doors – 5-door Suzuki Jimny first drive

Suzuki Jimny 5 door first drive NZ

With its compact size, ladder frame and go anywhere attitude, the Suzuki Jimny has been a symbol of freedom since the 1970’s. However, being restricted to 3 doors, and having a boot space that would scare swinging cats (actually a cat would barely fit in), has somewhat limited the model’s audience – that is until […]

More and Less – Suzuki S-Cross Hybrid JLX AWD review

Suzuki S-cross hybrid review NZ

As you clever people are undoubtedly fully aware, the Suzuki S-Cross is positioned as the brand’s largest passenger car model, with room for all the family and (particularly the AWD model) an adventurous spirit. Well the latest release not only fulfils these core responsibilities, but now it lays claim to offering enhanced specification (more) and […]

More Vibrant Vitara is Vital – Suzuki Vitara Hybrid JLX AWD review

Suzuki Vitara Hybrid review NZ

To me, the Suzuki Vitara has always been a fun in the sun kind of SUV. When I was much younger, it was a go to rental in the Spanish islands and offered a joyous mix of effervescence and freedom. Well now, not only has the latest version been modernised inside and out, but it’s […]

Runaround Suz: Suzuki Ignis LTD Review

It’s easy to pick out a Suzuki Ignis on the road when you see one. There are few city cars for sale in New Zealand that look as funky and quintessentially Japanese. As we don’t get small Japanese Kei Cars new in New Zealand, the Ignis is probably the only mainstream car which has all […]

Suzuki Swift Sport Review – The Suzuki SuperMini is now even Superer.

Suzuki Swift Sport Review New Zealand As anyone that’s played ‘Spot the Swift’ game on a road trip will attest, the Suzuki supermini is a very popular sight on New Zealand tarmac, with double-digit numbers coming in at an astonishing rate. Spotting the Sport model for extra points does take a keener eye though, especially […]

Suzuki S-Cross Review – S-Blended

Although some people manage it naturally, as do certain animal or reptilian species (think Chameleon), blending in (be it in Art, business or social circumstances, or even way back at school) mostly takes skill and often a fair amount of forethought. Design, colour schemes, dress, approach and of course; a big dollop of attitude are […]