April 16, 2024
Suzuki

Suzuki SX4 gets a facelift treatment

Suzuki unveiled the facelifted SX4 at the 2013 Shanghai Auto Show. The new model benefits from revised front and rear bumpers, improved front grille, new alloy wheels, fog lights and roof rails. Entering the cabin, you won’t see any major improvements. Power is provided by a 1.6-liter petrol unit with 109 horsepower while a more

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Suzuki’s SX4 gets a special edition for Germany

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.

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A new recall done by Suzuki for the SX4

The Japanese manufacturer specialized in small light cars and off-roaders has just announced that they will be recalling a load of Suzuki SX4s. The Suzuki SX4 is recalled because there is a problem with the side view mirrors and the way they have been screwed on.

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A Special Edition Suzuki SX4 for the UK

The folks in the United Kingdom will be getting a treat from Suzuki as the car manufacturer has offered some details regarding the special edition of the SX4 hatch which will be heading there this week, just in time for those looking for a small car which is sporty nonetheless.

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2010 Suzuki SX4 to come with a new petrol engine

I have to tell to the UK citizens that the 2010 Suzuki SX4 released the front wheel petrol engine and I also know and want to tell you that it is going to come with another petrol engine but this time is going to be on a 4×4 model of this car in April.

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Details and photos with the Suzuki SX4 Hybrid

I have to tell you from the beginning that this Suzuki SX4 Hybrid is one of those concepts that are “forced” to be cool talking about the design but also about the engine from this car. Anyway, it is still a cool car (of course, because it is forced) and I will tell you why.

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