The Suzuki extended car warranty is an extension of the manufacturing defect warranty. When looking for an Suzuki extended warranty you must ask the following questions:
The Suzuki extended car warranty is an extension of the manufacturing defect warranty. When looking for a Suzuki extended warranty you must ask the following questions:
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If ever there was a car to divide opinion between professional road testers and owners, this is it. Usually slated by journalists keen to get into something more powerful, you'll struggle to find an owner who has a bad word to say about Suzuki's city car. Pretty much unfailingly reliable and ludicrously cheap to buy and run, the Alto is an unusual alternative to some far more well-known machinery - which is invariably more costly to buy and run but not necessarily much more effective.
You could be forgiven for not even realising that the Ignis exists; you see them rarely and you probably wouldn't even recognise one anyway. However, if you're after a well-specified city car there's much to recommend this baby Suzuki that offers space, practicality and comfort with the usual Japanese reliability.
Although the original Swift arrived in the 1980s, it wasn't until the fifth-generation model of 2005 that Suzuki really made an impact with this multi-talented supermini. So when the time came for a replacement in 2010, Suzuki played it safe by introducing an evolution of the model rather than an all-new one. The Swift isn't the most obvious supermini but in some ways that's a good thing. Unusual and most popular with private buyers rather than fleet, most Swifts are cherished and low-mileage. Reliability is a strong point, along with low running costs and great dynamics. The lack of engine choice might be an issue, but the 1.2-litre petrol engine is zesty and frugal too. Throw in great steering plus an accomplished chassis and the Swift makes a compelling case for itself in an overcrowded segment.
When the Suzuki Swift arrived in the mid-1980s, it failed to make much of an impact. But when the fifth-generation Swift was unveiled in 2005, Suzuki had really nailed it. Now, this left-field supermini is a used car bargain. Suzuki may not have got carried away with the choice of engine and trim options, but that doesn't stop the Swift from being an enticing used buy thanks to the value, style and performance on offer. There are plenty of low-mileage cherished examples out there as the Swift is a popular private buy. With zesty handling and decent economy there's plenty of fun to be had - at keen prices.
It's got practicality and reliability too, but unless you're the sort of person who sees things from a seriously alternative perspective, there's not much chance of loving the Wagon R's looks. However, that bizarre roof line comes into its own when it comes to cabin space; this is one supermini in which you won't need to remove your top hat before you set off each journey. How marvellously useful.