V8 engines, big spoilers, track-focussed handling. All things you won’t miss on the Baleno.

For every car Suzuki makes that is sensible and worthy, it makes something more interesting and exciting. There’s the S-Cross and Vitara, and the Celerio and funky Ignis. Now it’s time to partner the Baleno with something more emotional, and that’s the all-new Swift. There was very little wrong withContinue Reading

The Suzuki Alto and Splash have reached the end of their lives so, in typically sensible Suzuki fashion, both models have been replaced by just one – the new Celerio. It presents an appealing package on paper, with prices starting at just £6,999 for a car that packs DAB radio,Continue Reading

Can the S-Cross, Suzuki’s answer to the Nissan Qashqai, give the Japanese firm a foothold in the lucrative crossover market?

The word ‘swift’ conjures up different images for different people. To Samantha, my partner, it brings to mind summer evenings with tiny birds swooping around a darkening blue sky. To me it means speed, but not outright big numbers, rather the sensation of moving from point A to point BContinue Reading