Suzuki Leasing and Sales

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In the 1930s, the original Suzuki firm tried out a few prototypes of a car with a revolutionary liquid-cooled engine. Yet it didn’t make its first commercial car until the company had scored a significant success as a motorcycle manufacturer in the 1950s. In the last decade, the brand has captured a generous share of the European market and now controls about 1.5 percent of the UK market. By sales, the Japanese company is considered the tenth largest automaker.

Suzuki offers a friendly line of small cars. The Alto, for instance, is one of the most inexpensive urban runabouts on the UK market. Fuel efficient and packed with personality, it’s a favourite with city drivers. The compact Swift comes in a VAT-free, three-door model. The Swift Sport may be small but it has satellite navigation and a touchscreen on the dash. Other modern features include headlight washers and automatic air conditioning. Once you enter the Suzuki Splash, you can tell by the high seating positions that this isn’t a car. It’s a mini-MPV with lots of space for passengers to sit comfortably.

In addition to its emphasis on small cars, they’ve focused on off-roading vehicles since the late 1960s. Like the American Jeep, Suzuki created the first Jimny, a Jeep rival that remains a major 4×4 contender. If you want a family-oriented, all-round SUV, the Grand Vitara is a brand staple. For a small off-roader, the SX4 S-Cross offers Suzuki’s lightweight AllGrip. This on-demand all wheel drive is engineered without the typical AWD heavy addition to the vehicle’s weight package. This means the S-Cross is one of the most fuel efficient four-wheel-drive vehicles available.

If a Suzuki is what you’re after, give our vehicle supply specialists a chance to narrow down your lease and finance options. Our expert consultants will work hard to find you the best leasing deals to suit your lifestyle and budget.  Call 01903 538835 now or contact us here.

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SUZUKI Articles

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Review of the Suzuki Baleno Hatchback: Features / Price / Comparison

25th August 2016

If you’re looking for something a bit different in the Hatchback class to the usual suspects, unearthing the new Suzuki Baleno Hatchback could be the best thing you’ve done in your search so far. Something of a hidden prize, it looks slightly dull on the outside but has a lot to offer on the inside.…

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Suzuki SX4 S-Cross Review

13th June 2016

With the Suzuki SX4 S-Cross, Suzuki have created a very impressive crossover that will satisfy drivers who need a competent on-road performer, but who are looking to add a sprinkle of 4×4 overtones to their lives. With good running costs and strong engines, this is a worthy family car. Let’s take a closer look. Punchy…

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Suzuki Celerio Hatchback Review

8th June 2016

The Suzuki Celerio hatchback is the so-called budget city car that will suit buyers who don’t like spending too much money on their cars – but who still want a good car. It offers as much interior room as the Suzuki Splash, while economy-wise it really can’t be faulted. Its punchy, hard working 1.0-litre three…

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2014 Suzuki Alto State Of The Art?

27th January 2014

2014 Suzuki Alto Review Background The term micro-car implies a vehicle that is cheap to own, but short on creature comforts. A low price and lack of luxury however, shouldn’t mean poor engineering. The 2014 Suzuki Alto is economical and Spartan, with a handful of design traits that leave us wondering whether the engineers ever spent…

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Suzuki, Swift Sport – car of smiles

1st August 2012

Here is a great car that is creating big smiles for a very small cost. Suzuki’s Swift Sport 1.6 won the “” best 2012 Hatchback Award impressing  judges with its agile handling, sparkling performance and affordable prices. The Swift Sport 1.6 has a 136bhp VVT engine. It’s not the quickest on acceleration at 0-62mph in…

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