Suzuki SUVs Discover the Suzuki SUV range and compare new, used and leasing deals

Suzuki SUVs range from small to large. There are three different models to choose from, and this includes petrol, hybrid and plug-in hybrids, plus 4x4s.

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Suzuki SUV models: current range

Suzuki probably has more SUVs than you’d think. There are four different models: the Ignis, Vitara, S-Cross and Across.

Suzuki S-Cross

The Suzuki S-Cross is a compact SUV available as a self-charging mild hybrid with a 1.4-litre petrol engine or plug-in full hybrid with a 1.5-litre petrol engine. Both versions are available in Motion or Ultra trim levels. It has more room than many cars of a similar price and is available with all-wheel drive, which will make it particularly attractive and useful for those needing extra traction. It’s rugged styling and practical interior makes it feel built to last.

Suzuki Vitara

The Vitara is another SUV from Suzuki that’s available with ALLGRIP 4-wheel drive. You can choose from SZ-T or SZ5 trim levels and mild hybrid or full  hybrid technology. The self-charging mild hybrid has a 1.4-litre petrol engine, while the plug-in full hybrid has a 1.5-litre petrol engine. Mat Watson described it as, “an enjoyable, small SUV that can actually go off-road”.

Suzuki Across

The Suzuki Across is the biggest and most luxurious SUV from Suzuki. It is a plug-in hybrid with a 2.5-litre petrol engine and automatic transmission as standard. The battery has an official range of 46.6 miles and emissions of only 22 g/km. As a top-of-the-range model, the Across has a high standard specification, including: heated front and rear seats and steering wheel, 10.5 inch multimedia system, and a 12.3 inch full colour LCD info display, plus much more. 

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Suzuki has a strong reputation for reliability. It was 22 out of 32 manufacturers in the 2023 Driver Power survey, ahead of Ford and Volkswagen.