Make / Model Search

New models - Suzuki

Suzuki stays driveaway

Driveaway: Suzuki has increased prices on some models, but retained driveaway pricing - for now.

Driveaway prices extended though June in Suzuki sale, but with price increases

1 Jun 2009

SUZUKI Australia has extended its Six Day Super Sale national driveaway pricing another month – with price increases for key models.

Effective until June 30 Australia-wide except Queensland, the new Suzuki price list includes all statutory and dealer delivery charges and includes pricing movements that range from a $500 price cut for the APV van and range-topping Grand Vitara V6 to a $3000 price increase for the Grand Vitara diesel.

Suzuki’s most popular model, the Swift, increases in price by $500 to $17,490 for the entry-level 1.5 manual (auto: $19,190), while the Swift LE manual rises by $1100, from $18,690 to $19,790 (auto: $21,490) and continues to include alloy wheels, keyless starting, Alcantara seat trim and climate-control air-conditioning.

The mid-range Swift S manual price increases by $100, from $18,690 to $18,790 (auto: $20,490), while the flagship Swift Sport manual remains at $24,990 and continues to comprise a 1.6-litre engine, 17-inch alloys, sports bodykit, side curtain airbags and electronic stability control (ESC).

Similarly, SX4 sedan and hatch prices increase by $500 at base level, from $19,990 to $20,490 for the SX4 2WD manual (auto: $22,490), the SX4 S sedan increases by $500 and the SX4 S hatch remains unchanged, bringing both body styles into line at $23,490 (auto: $25,490).

While the APV commercial’s price has been trimmed by $500, from $18,990 to $18,490, that of the Jimny Sierra rises by $1000 – from $19,990 to $20,990 as a manual (auto: $22,990).

Finally, while the Grand Vitara three-door manual’s $27,490 starting price remains unchanged (as does the auto at $29,490), the entry-level five-door Grand Vitara 2.4 manual is now priced $2000 higher at $32,990 (auto: $34,990).

The manual-only Grand Vitara DDiS turbo-diesel increases in price by a substantial $3000, from $34,990 to $37,990 – the same price at the Grand Vitara Prestige 2.4 auto (up $500). The Grand Vitara Prestige V6 auto continues to top the Suzuki range, but is now $500 less expensive at $39,990 driveaway.

The Road to Recovery podcast series

Click to share

Click below to follow us on
Facebook  Twitter  Instagram

Suzuki models

Catch up on all of the latest industry news with this week's edition of GoAutoNews
Click here