One car maker really can’t afford to ignore Germany’s car market and therefore special editions of cars are made for it every time.
The latest such thing comes from Suzuki and focuses on their little SX4 crossover and it features some of the most discrete changes ever made to a production car.
Not since Mitsubishi turned the Lancer EVO VIII into the Evo IX have we seen a Japanese manufacturer work so little on a car.
The German special edition of the Suzuki SX4 features gunmetal paint for the front grille, special 16 inch alloy wheels and roof rails.
On top of that, you can pick between four new paint finishes such as “Cosmic Black Pearl Metallic”, “Silky Silver Metallic”, “Sunlight Copper Pearl Metallic” and “Smoky Green Metallic”.
Truth be told, the Suzuki SX4 is a pretty capable small car and with a touch of shiny gray on the exterior you’d feel much better. The real gem of this car is to be found on the interior.
That’s where the German special edition Suzuki SX4 gets seat upholstering in two-tone colored Alcantara, leather on the steering wheel, bespoke floor mats.
The equipment thrown in isn’t bad either, it’s actually all stuff you’d really enjoy, heated front seats, automatic climate control, key less start and a really cool upgraded stereo with controls on the steering wheel.
As far as the German limited edition of the Suzuki SX4 is concerned it’s better than it seems, a pretty nice car actually.