Sharing many of its mechanical underpinnings with the Vauxhall Agila, the Suzuki Splash cuts quite a dash around town. Powered by economical 1.0 and 1.2-litre engines, the Splash delivers 55mpg alongside sprightly performance, reinforcing its big-car credentials.
By placing each wheel at the corner of the car, there’s space for five within that attractive five-door bodyshell, and the Splash is fun to drive, with an impressive handling and ride balance.
Alto Play for
The Suzuki Alto has always represented one of the most affordable ways to put a new car on your driveway, and that is particularly true of the limited-edition Alto Play model. With just 500 versions… More
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Being a good Sport
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Grand designs for Suzuki
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Reinventing the steel
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