A 1.6-litre petrol and 1.9-litre diesel join the range
7 July 2009

Suzuki has extended its three-door Grand Vitara range with the addition of a 1.6-litre petrol and a 1.9-litre DDiS diesel engine.

The 127bhp diesel model is now the most efficient in the range, with combined economy of 40.4mpg and CO2 emission of 183g/km. The 105bhp petrol engine returns 34.5mpg and has emissions of 195g/km. Both cars will be mated to a five-speed manual 'box.

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Both four-wheel drive cars get a subtle front-end redesign with styling tweaks to the grille and bumper.

Inside, six airbags and air-conditioning are standard, while 16-inch alloy wheels also feature. The higher-spec SZ4 comes with an in-dash six CD changer, rear privacy glass and 17-inch alloys.

Petrol models start at £13,600 and the diesel costs from £16,200. Both new models are on sale now.

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