Both 'coupe' and standard five-door Hustlers will be offered
This is the 'coupe' version; a grip control feature, like Peugeot's, should boost traction in poor conditions
Small, compact crossover minivans are popular in Asian markets
The Hustler is powered by a three-cylinder engine
A moderately high ride height should allow the Hustler to deal with the odd spot of off-roading
Cars aimed at active, youthful buyers and young families
Grip control function and raised ride height give the Hustler off-road ability
The less practical but more style-led Coupé is 3395mm long, 1475mm wide and 1630mm high. In keeping with Kei car regulations, it is powered by a 658cc three-cylinder engine linked to a CVT transmission.
Suzuki's standard Hustler has the same power unit and transmission, but is 3395mm long, 1475mm wide and 1655mm high. It weighs 790kg; no weight is given for the coupe.
The manufacturer describes both cars as being aimed at active, youthful buyers, although it also stresses the standard Hustler's practicality as transport for young families.
As such, the Hustler is also equipped with a grip control function and hill descent control, as well as a relatively raised ride height, to give it a modicum of off-road and low grip surface ability.