Single engine and trim combo; priced from £11,895
27 August 2009

Suzuki will sell the four-door SX4 saloon in the UK from £11,895.

The car, which has previously been sold in Japan, the US and selected European markets, will be available with a 106bhp 1.6-litre petrol engine mated to a manual gearbox only.

It hits 0-62mph in 10.7 seconds and goes on to a top speed of 112mph. It averages 41.5mpg and 165g/km of Co2.

Suzuki describes the SX4 saloon as a five-seater, with the rear seats designed to maximise passenger space.

It has 515 litres of boot space, plus a load-through system that allows longer items to fit in the boot. The rear seats also divide 60:40, and fold down.

Spec closely matches that of the SX4 1.6 GLX hatchback. It includes six airbags, four electric windows, a CD player, automatic air-conditioning, 15-inch alloy wheels, keyless entry and start and heated door mirrors.

The only differences being the addition of colour keyed lower bumper and side sill mouldings and the omission of roof rails, side protection mouldings and black body trim.

The car will be available as part of the government's scrappage scheme or with zero per cent finance from launch.

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27 August 2009

how does a fairly neat faux 4x4 get translated into this?

its from the original ford orion school of boot grafting!

scappage or no scrappage small saloons like this do not do well here!

especially when they look as confused as this!

strange decision suzuki!

27 August 2009

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Top Gear are going to love this.

Where has all Japanese design went to?

27 August 2009

I think they are missing a trick here by not offering an auto. It's not too dear and has good boot space for a wheelchair, so it would be a good Motability family car.

27 August 2009

Since the launch of the current Swift, Suzuki has done an enormous amount to lower the average age of its customer base and give the range some cred...........

.........the launch of the little number undoes all that good work, what exacly is the point of this car?

27 August 2009

What the f***.

I had a bad dream, i dremt i saw a Suzuki SX4 with a boot.

27 August 2009

I nearly clicked on the "Report Abuse" button there, so horrified am I by this future Suzuki offering. Who on earth made the decision to put this monstrosity on sale in the UK?

28 August 2009

And Suzuki UK thought bringing this car is was a good idea because.......

Can't wait to see the Fiat version, that could rival the Cromer as the most pointless car in the UK!

 

 

It's all about the twisties........

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