Suzuki Reviews

7/10
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The average score of all new Suzuki models on sale.
£7,999 - £26,099
RRP
£2,400
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8 Suzuki models

AVG. SAVING £3,337
7/10
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£12,999 - £17,349
Frugal and practical hatchback with lots of standard kit
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AVG. SAVING £1,140
6/10
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£7,999 - £11,449
Roomy budget city car is cheap to run
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AVG. SAVING £2,555
7/10
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£11,499 - £15,499
Impressive supermini with Tonka toy looks and optional four-wheel drive
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3/10
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£12,999 - £15,429
Small 4x4 that's great off-road
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AVG. SAVING £1,719
6/10
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£11,999 - £16,849
A fun alternative to default small cars such as the VW Polo
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AVG. SAVING £1,400
8/10
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£17,999
A fine little hot hatch that’s a whole heap of fun
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AVG. SAVING £4,716
7/10
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£17,499 - £26,099
Small SUV is great value and cheap to run
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AVG. SAVING £2,320
8/10
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£15,999 - £24,599
A fun and practical small SUV
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About Suzuki cars

Suzuki has traditionally focused on two major vehicle segments, compact hatchbacks and small 4x4s.

The basic and utilitarian Jimny remains a very competent off-roader but lacks the refinement of many rivals. The SX4 S-Cross and Vitara SUVs represent the Japanese brand’s efforts to offer a more usable compromise between on- and off-road ability – both represent good value for money and have been highly praised by critics.

The Swift hatchback is an economical yet stylish supermini that combines affordability with a very involving drive – the faster ‘Swift Sport’ model is the highest rated car in the whole Suzuki range. If you’re faced with a really tight budget, however, the surprisingly spacious Celerio is Suzuki’s entry-level city car and comes with a price tag of less than £7,000.