Suzuki Swift Sport 1.4 Turbo (2020) Review

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We Love: Price and fuel economy, great handling, Performace, all the hot hatch Feels We Don’t Love: carbon vinyl might not wear well, exhuast tone could have been beefier to match. Highlights: Retail:R347 900 Engine: 1.4-litre 4-cylinder Turbo charged Jet Power/Torque: 103 kW/220 Nm Transmission: 6-speed manual (is available in Automatic) Fuel consumption: 6.1 L/100 km (claimed) 6.2L/100 km (Achieved) Load capacity: 242-918 litres CO2: 174g/km (ADR Combined) The Suzuki Swift Sport brings back fond memories of seeing the 1.6-Litre versions racing around Singapore. Up and down orchard road in the middle of the…

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Mitsubishi ASX(2020) Review and Pricing

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We Like: Solid Feeling on the road, 2.0 N/A lots of torque, leg room in the rear, large panoramic roof. We Don’t Like: Fuel consumption is average, interior design and trim are a bit bland, a weird squeak from the back of the front seats – might be car specific. In Summary Retail: R414 900 Engine: 2.0L MIVEC DOHC 16-valve 4-cylinder Power/Torque: 103 kW/220 Nm Transmission: 6-speed CVT (is available in Manual our Pick) Fuel consumption: 7.9L/100km (Combined Cycle) (claimed) 8.1L/100 km (Achieved) Load capacity: 406-1 120 litres The Mitsubishi ASX has had a pretty drastic facelift, starting…

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Suzuki S-Presso 1.0 S-Edition (2020) Review and Pricing

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We Love: Price and fuel economy, fair handling, infotainment, Spacious and practical cabin layout We Don’t Love: Lack of light behind the steering wheel at night, Quirky looks, Body roll at higher speeds Highlights: Retail: R147 900 (as tested) Engine: 1.0-litre 3-cylinder petrol 12v Power/Torque: 50 kW/90 Nm Transmission: 5-speed manual (is available in Automatic) Fuel consumption: 4.9 L/100 km (claimed) 5.2L/100 km (Achieved) Load capacity: 239 litres Safety rating: Five-star (NCAP 2020) For 2020 the Suzuki S-Presso arrived right in the middle of Covid-19 Lockdown in South Africa. I stand corrected, but it was the first car launched via…

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Suzuki Vitara 1.4T GLX (2020) Review & Pricing

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We Love: Great performance and fuel economy, sound ride and handling, infotainment, practical cabin We Don’t Love: Price, Rear passenger leg room, Dash information distracting to operate/scroll, hard plastic door cards. Highlights: Retail: R396 900 Engine: 1.4-litre turbo petrol 16v Power/Torque: 103 kW/220 Nm Transmission: 6-speed manual (is available in Automatic) Fuel consumption: 5.8 L/100 km (claimed) 6.2L/100 km (Achieved) Load capacity: 375-1 120 litres Fuel: 6.3L/100km (ADR Combined) CO2: 174g/km (ADR Combined) Safety rating: Five-star (NCAP 2015) For 2020 the Suzuki Vitara has come in for one of those gently evolutionary, kinda-hard-to-spot…

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Bigger, Better and Bolder: 2019 Suzuki Ertiga (Pricing and Spec)

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We are driving the all-new, second-generation Ertiga. And boy, do we love the changes. Economical, compact, and loaded with features one would ever need in a family car, the 2019 Ertiga comes with all of the familiar features of the first-generation model but has been made sleeker, comfier and a bit more powerful. But what exactly are the things that make the 2019 Ertiga better? Pricing and Warranty 1.5 GA MT R216 900.00inc 1.5 GL MT R241 900.00inc 1.5 GL AT R256 900.00inc Price includes 5yr / 200 000km promotional…

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