Suzuki South Africa announced its dealer network sold 3 947 units in November 2023, a new record in the country.
The South Africa bound five-door Suzuki Jimny was shown in Africa for the first time at the Festival of Motoring event in Johannesburg.
We take a look at seven new cars South Africans can opt for that cost less than R200 000.
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The new Suzuki Grand Vitara is now on sale in South Africa and is available in front-wheel and all-wheel-drive with a hybrid model offered.
The new Suzuki Eeco panel van was launched in South Africa aimed at small business owners and boasts a load-carrying capacity of 615 kg.
The new Toyota Vitz slots in as the Japanese carmaker’s entry-level offering with pricing at under R190 000.
The Suzuki Swift helped the Japanese carmaker sell 3 734 cars in March 2023.
Suzuki’s popular S-Presso entry-level hatchback has received a new engine and safety features including ESP.
We list South Africa’s best-selling five passenger car models sold in November headed by Toyota’s locally-built Corolla Cross.
India’s best-selling compact SUV, the Suzuki Vitara Brezza, is now available on Suzuki showroom floors locally.
Last year saw the popular Suzuki Jimny celebrating its 50th anniversary. Since then, more than three million units have been sold around the world.
Suzuki has reaffirmed its position as a top six vehicle brand in South Africa and one of the fastest growing passenger vehicle brands overall, achieving a new record of vehicle sales in 2020.
For the upgraded model, Suzuki has added extra luxuries to the GL specification level of its popular Dzire.
The adventuring spirit is strong with Suzuki’s latest Ignis 1.2 GLX.
(Partner Content) One of the country’s favourite compact urban SUVs sports a new look and extra features, making it an even-better value offering to South Africans.
39 finalists compete in 13 categories in South Africa’s definitive new vehicle awards
The Starlet – the first model to emerge from a joint venture between Toyota and Suzuki – replaces Etios in Toyota’s line-up.
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Suzuki’s robust performance emerged despite challenging market conditions in the first month of trading after lockdown regulations were eased and generally soft June 2020 new vehicle sales.
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