Suzuki - used car research
Top^From 2010 to Now
Released: Jul 2016
Almost 15 years after discontinuing the Baleno nameplate, Suzuki reintroduced its diminutive hatchback to the Australian market in mid-2016.
read more about the Suzuki Baleno
Released: Feb 2015
The Suzuki Celerio micro-car hit dealerships in February 2015, after Suzuki performed brake rectification work to 150 cars affected by a pre-production issue.
read more about the Suzuki Celerio
Released: Dec 2013
Launched in late 2013, Suzuki’s new generation S-Cross was a replacement for its SX4 crossover.
The S-Cross came with a choice of two-wheel or all-wheel-drive and was available across three different trim levels, the GL, GLX and GLX Prestige.
read more about the Suzuki S-Cross
Released: May 2010
Discontinued: Feb 2017
Japanese car-maker Suzuki leapt into the mid-size segment with the Kizashi in 2010 with two specifications and a 2.4-litre four cylinder petrol engine capable of 131kW.
read more about the Suzuki Kizashi
Top^From 2000 to 2009
Released: Aug 2009
Discontinued: Jan 2015
UNTIL Suzuki’s affordable sub-light Alto hatchback went on sale in Australia in August 2009, the only micro-car available here was the Smart ForTwo.
read more about the Suzuki Alto
Released: Jan 2007
Discontinued: Dec 2013
SUZUKI is making the most from the Swift’s platform architecture. The Swift has sold up a storm in most markets where it has been launched and the SX4, which uses Swift underpinnings looks set to follow.
read more about the Suzuki SX4
Released: Jul 2005
Suzuki released its Carry van successor, the APV commercial van in mid-2005, aimed at the budget end of the light delivery van segment.
read more about the Suzuki APV
Released: Oct 2001
Discontinued: Aug 2007
Liana stands for 'Life In A New Age', a suitable acronym for Suzuki's small-car successor to the stupendously dull Baleno. It features front-wheel drive, hatchback and sedan configurations and a spacious interior.
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Released: Jan 2001
Discontinued: Jan 2006
As the name suggests, the XL-7 was an extra-large seven-seater Suzuki, based on the 1998-2005 Grand Vitara and so sharing much of that vehicle's separate chassis hardware.
read more about the Suzuki XL-7
Released: Oct 2000
After a 12-year hiatus Suzuki resurrected the Ignis name with an all-new model that brought unmistakable Japanese retro styling and a wide range of customisation options, wrapped up in a deceptively spacious body.
read more about the Suzuki Ignis
Top^From 1990 to 1999
Released: Oct 1998
Jimny is a decades-old name Suzuki has used abroad for its light 4WD wagon. It replaced the long-running Sierra.
read more about the Suzuki Jimny
Model: Grand Vitara
Released: Apr 1998
As the name implies, Grand Vitara was the name Suzuki bestowed on the larger second-generation 4WD wagon that had to battle the spectacularly popular Toyota RAV4, Honda CR-V and Subaru Forester.
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Released: Apr 1996
Discontinued: May 1998
Built on the first-generation Vitara platform, the poorly received Suzuki X-90 was an oddball mix of two-seater coupe, high-rise SUV and compact city car - with none of any of these types of vehicles' advantages.
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Released: Apr 1995
Discontinued: Nov 2001
Suzuki expanded its passenger car range in the 1990s to include the sub-Toyota Corolla-sized Baleno. But the front-wheel drive hatchback, sedan and wagon Suzuki suffered from a sorry lack of style and pizzazz.
read more about the Suzuki Baleno
Top^From 1980 to 1989
Released: Jul 1988
The '88 Vitara original set the template for the tidal wave of compact 4WD wagons of the latter '90s led by Toyota's car-based RAV4. So Suzuki was first, and for a while the Vitara was a strong fashion statement.
read more about the Suzuki Vitara
Released: Mar 1984
The Swift was Suzuki's light-car mainstay in the 1980s and '90s until it was replaced by the slow-selling Ignis. Eager to capture much of the earlier Swift GTI's youth market, Suzuki reprised the name for the completely new 2005 edition.
read more about the Suzuki Swift