Spyshot: future Suzuki Kizashi
The car you see on the spyshot is the future Suzuki's model called Kizashi under one of the three planned bodystyles, the saloon.
Suzuki to build a Mondeo/Vectra competitor
Suzuki decided to focus on small cars at time when competitors were building bigger models like SUVs. Once again, while carmakers abandon the traditional saloon market to produce crossovers, the Japanese carmaker will launch a new saloon in the coming years set to compete with the Mondeo.
Suzuki reveals UK pricing for the Splash
Suzuki has announced the pricing for the new Splash model which will go on sale on March 8 this year.
Maruti Alto to pass one-million mark
The Maruti Alto will pass the one-million mark this week. The car has been on sale in India since 2000.
Maruti 800 slashed by the Nano effect
The Tata Nano won’t go on sale until October but the Maruti 800 already suffers from the cheapest car in the world.
Maruti has no plan to build a Nano competitor
In a previous post it was reported that Hyundai planned to launch a budget car set to compete with the Tata Nano. Since then, the Indian press is reporting similar plans for Maruti but Suzuki issued a statement to deny the rumours.
Strong third trimester for Suzuki
Suzuki has recorded a strong growth over the period october-december and has posted a better-than-expected 23% jump in quarterly profit thanks to its small models such as the Swift and the SX4 which don’t suffer from the record-high fuel prices.
Maruti to become Suzuki's major hub
Main shareholder of Maruti with a 54.2% stake, Suzuki is determined to make its Indian unit a major production hub to keep its market share in India, but also to export to other countries.
Suzuki A-Star Concept to be unveiled at New Delhi
Suzuki will join the global car's band when it unveils its Suzuki A-Star Concept at New Delhi Motor Show. The concept car previews a future global car Suzuki intends to build in India at Maruti Suzuki's Manesar plant beginning in October 2008.
Suzuki pickup to be unveiled at the Chicago Motor Show
Suzuki will release a pickup at the next Chicago Motor Show in February 2008. Dubbed Equator, the Japanese pickup will be derived from the Nissan Navarra named Frontier in the US.
Tajima's monster hillclimb video
After 12 appearences the head of Suzuki Sport, Nobuhiro “Monster” Tajima, finally broke the Pikes Peak record, reaching the summit in 10:01.408 minutes. This was three seconds less than the previous record achieved by Rod Millen in 1994. Here is a video of his crazy journey to the top!