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The sportier Suzuki Swift’s chirpy character is preserved, and with the bonus of more power and more tech. Handling could be more responsive, but it's fun nevertheless
Suzuki’s best-selling supermini returns in a new guise and with mild hybrid tech
Suzuki's dinky SUV is extremely well priced and packaged - enough to forgive its stodgy handling and so-so interior quality and infotainment
Suzuki brings back its 1990s family hatchback in modern, downsized form
Vitara shreds its old-school roots to return as a lighter, lower SUV at the modest end of the class, but with driving ability beyond its price
Does Suzuki's new compact runabout have what it takes to succeed, or do established city cars like the VW Up and Hyundai i10 offer a more complete package?
Second-generation soft-roader enters the family crossover fray at the affordable end of the segment, but marginally costlier rivals offer more refinement
The Suzuki Swift may not be as well finished or as spacious as some rivals, but its aggressive pricing makes it an attractive option
The Swift Sport is cheap, pretty and chuckable. Only the quality of the Ford Fiesta keeps it from best in class
Can the Suzuki Kizashi challenge Korea’s budget brands?
The Suzuki SX4 tries to combine multiple segments and is actually much better on the road than it might appear on paper
The Suzuki Grand Vitara used to put off-road ability before on-road manners, but does it now deliver?
The Suzuki Swift is better than ever - but is that good enough, when the crowded supermini segment is filled with excellent alternatives?
The Suzuki Alto proves that cheap motoring can still be fun, but the hotly contested supermini class is filled with better equipped rivals
The Suzuki Splash is a city car which offers plenty of space and is fun to drive. Expensive though.