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New car diary for Suzuki

Make: Suzuki

Model: Jimny

Approximate: Feb 2019

The fourth-generation Jimny will be motivated by a 1.5-litre naturally aspirated four-cylinder petrol engine that produces 75kW of power at 6000rpm and 130Nm of torque at 4000rpm, up 12.5kW and 20Nm over its 1.3-litre predecessor.
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Make: Suzuki

Model: Swift - Sport

Released: Jan 2018

Now with turbocharged power, the all-new Suzuki Swift Sport is set to be a genuine contender in the hot hatch segment. Its 1.4-litre engine will pump out 103kW and 230Nm, enabling sprightly performance.
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Make: Suzuki

Model: Swift

Released: Jun 2017

Suzuki's fifth-generation Swift light car will roll out with two powertrain options – either a 1.2-litre atmo four petrol or 1.0-litre turbo-petrol triple. An all-new look inside and out contributes towards the Swift's more mature appearance.
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Make: Suzuki

Model: Ignis

Released: Jan 2017

Suzuki's Ignis nameplate returns to Australia in January after a 12-year absence. The compact crossover is loaded with plenty of tech and features retro Japanese styling at a sharp price.
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Make: Suzuki

Model: Ignis

Released: Oct 2016

Suzuki will resurrect the Ignis nameplate for the release of its reborn crossover SUV in the back end of 2016. It will become the entry-level crossover in the Suzuki stable.
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Make: Suzuki

Model: Baleno

Released: Aug 2016

Suzuki's new Baleno light hatch will be on its way to Australia in the second half 2016. The reborn model will be offered in three powertrains internationally, however it is unknown how many will make it to Australia.
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Make: Suzuki

Model: Vitara - Turbo

Released: Apr 2016

Suzuki's reborn Vitara range will get a shot in the arm with the addition of the Vitara Turbo in mid-2016. Using a blown 1.4-litre unit, it will squeeze out 103kW/220Nm.
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Make: Suzuki

Model: Vitara

Released: Sep 2015

2015 will mark the return of the Suzuki Vitara compact SUV. After 14 years away, the new Vitara will still be offered with a 1.6-litre engine, albeit with improvements to efficiency and performance.
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Make: Suzuki

Model: Celerio

Released: Feb 2015

Suzuki's replacement for the micro-sized Alto will arrive in early 2015 in the form of the Celerio. Built out of Thailand, Suzuki hopes to take the fight for the micro-sized car crown to the popular Mitsubishi Mirage.
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Make: Suzuki

Model: Swift - Sport

Released: Feb 2012

The next Sport version of Suzuki's light-car staple will pack a 100kW/160Nm 1.6-litre inline four-cylinder mated to a six-speed manual or an auto with paddle shifters on the wheel. The production version losessome of the pumped-up body features from the Swift S-Concept that debuted at the 2011 Geneva show.
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Make: Suzuki

Model: Swift

Released: Feb 2011

Australia’s next-generation Swift hatchback is likely to be released exclusively as a five-door once again, powered by a 1.4 or 1.5-litre petrol engine that is both more powerful and efficient that the current model’s. Suzuki Australia is hopeful of also bringing here a revised 190Nm 1.3-litre turbo-diesel with average fuel consumption of 4.2L/100km and CO2 emissions of 109g/km.
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Make: Suzuki

Model: Kizashi

Released: May 2010

The growing mid-sized sedan sector is under Suzuki’s close scrutiny, as it prepares a rival for the Mazda6, Honda Accord Euro and Ford Mondeo. A concept car revealing much of this model’s look was presented at the 2007 Frankfurt show. An Australian debut is pencilled in for an early 2010 launch.
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Make: Suzuki

Model: SX4

Released: Feb 2010

Suzuki is expected to launch an updated SX4 sedan and hatch range early in 2010. The revised front-drive SX4 sedan and AWD hatch are likely to include a new front bumper, grille, headlamps and wheel trim. The interior trim and specification are also expected to be upgraded.
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Make: Suzuki

Model: Alto

Released: Jul 2009

Suzuki’s Alto light car aims to be the cheapest new car available in Australia – unless the Chinese get there first – with pricing of $11,000. The five-door hatch is powered by a 50kW, 993cc three-cylinder petrol engine, driving the front wheels through a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic.
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Make: Suzuki

Model: Grand Vitara

Released: Aug 2008

SUZUKI will launch a facelifted Grand Vitara range in August 2008. Changes will include revised headlamps, tail lamps, grille, bumper and wheels. Power will be via upgraded Petrol and Diesel engines.
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Make: Suzuki

Model: Grand Vitara - TDi

Released: Feb 2008

SUZUKI will launch a diesel-powered Grand Vitara powered by a Renault 1.9-litre common-rail turbo engine, early in 2008. Delivering 95kW and 300Nm, and linked to a five-speed manual gearbox only. Standard equipment will include cruise control and stability control.
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Make: Suzuki

Model: SX4

Released: Sep 2007

The three-box sedan version of Suzuki’s SX4 hatch has been confirmed on sale in Australia in the third quarter. The front-drive SX4 sedan is powered by a 92kW 1.6-litre VVT four-cylinder engine - instead of the SX4 AWD hatch’s 107kW/184Nm 2.0-litre engine. Expect pricing from around $20,000.
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Make: Suzuki

Model: Swift

Released: Jul 2007

Suzuki’s facelifted EZ-series Swift light car will be released locally in July. It features a new grille treatment, slightly redesigned front and rear bumpers, new tail-lights and standard stability control for the Sport - but not turning signals in the wing mirrors as in Japan. There are also upgraded trim levels.
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Make: Suzuki

Model: Swift - Sedan

Released: Jul 2007

Suzuki will introduce a sedan range of its strong-selling Swift light car, to complement its hatch range. Launch timing is expected by around mid-2007, and the booted Swift should be powered by the same 74kW/133Nm 1.5-litre alloy DOHC VVT four-cylinder engine as the popular hatch.
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Make: Suzuki

Model: SX4

Released: Feb 2007

Suzuki will launch a new small SX4 crossover vehicle, which is designed to fit between the Swift and Grand Vitara, at the 2007 Brisbane motor show. SX should come in two and all-wheel drive, and with the biggest petrol engine available - a 106kW 2.0-litre petrol four mated to 5M and 4A gearboxes.
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Make: Suzuki

Model: Swift - Sport

Released: Oct 2006

Suzuki winds up the five-door Swift's street cred still further with the three-door Sport hatch. The Peugeot 206 GTi rival gets a stroked 92kW/148Nm 1.6-litre version of the Swift’s 74kW/133Nm 1.5-litre alloy DOHC VVT four-cylinder, plus tauter suspension and bigger 16-inch alloy wheels.
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Make: Suzuki

Model: Swift - convertible

Released: Mar 2006

Suzuki will use the Concept S2 convertible show car as the styling inspiration for the next-generation Swift four-seater convertible due in early '06. Expect a high-performance 1.6-litre, sequential six-speed manual and maybe even AWD.
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Make: Suzuki

Model: Grand Vitara

Released: Aug 2005

Suzuki's MK3 SUV promises more on-road refinement without off-road compromise thanks to a new monocoque chassis. Revised 1.6 and 2.0 engines and a 2.7 DOHC V6, bigger bodies and cabins, better looks and sharp pricing are also highlights.
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Make: Suzuki

Model: Liana

Released: Mar 2004

Suzuki's offbeat Liana small car goes under the knife inside and out. Two new engines - a 1.5 and 1.8 - lead the changes, which also include a new nose, taillights and redesigned dashboard. Improved performance and refinement are the aims. An AWD Liana variant may also arrive here during 2004.
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