Suzuki - the small and all-terrain vehicle specialist - presents its revamped compact urban sport crossover SX4 at the 63rd Frankfurt International Motor Show (IAA)*. Attention will also focus on the Swift special model, the successful small car stars Alto and Splash and other innovations.
Small cars have always been a priority at Suzuki – a model strategy that has taken the carmaker along a path of success in Europe. This small car expertise is the central theme of Suzuki’s presentation in hall 3.1, stand A03.
Suzuki SX4: with new look and a new fine-tuned engine line up
Suzuki’s urban warrior, the revised SX4, leads the charge for the Japanese company. The King of the urban jungle and rough terrain comes with four engines, including one new diesel engine, reduced CO2 emissions and lower fuel consumption. A Euro5 emissions compliant engine line-up, a new look and intelligent all-wheel-drive keep the small crossover with big car attitude and small car emissions fresh and at the front. The SX4 created a new niche crossover that is the perfect size for the downsizing world.
New Alto: Suzuki’s smallest world strategic car
The Alto celebrates 30 years at the top of its game with a massive 10 million sales and a new model line. The darling of the small car world and the smallest world strategic model in Suzuki’s line-up now comes with eye catching style, affordability, fuel consumption figures of just 4.4l/100km and CO2 emissions of just 103g/km.
Splash: Mini MPV with advanced interior space
The stylish five-door mini MPV: an economical and roomy compact car aimed at urban families and young couples meets all the demands of modern city living.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of Suzuki founder’s first step into business. In a market that demands cost-effective, environmentally conscious cars, Suzuki has thrived, and the Frankfurt Motor Show should form the springboard for even greater success.
Exciting motorcycle line-up for motorcyclists
Suzuki did not forget that motorcycle enthusiasts and marine sport fans also come to the IAA. For motorcycles, in addition to Suzuki’s exciting line-up, the company will also present new models for 2010.
Innovative products for water sport fans
From its marine line, Suzuki will present highlights with its economic, middle class DF-series together with its flagship DF300 outboard motor.
*The Frankfurt International Motor Show is open to the public from 17 to 27 September 2009.