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Suzuki Vitara Named in Sunday Times Top 100 Cars

The Suzuki Vitara has been named in the Sunday Times Top 100 Cars list for 2016, winning the award for “Best Compact Crossover”. 

Since its launch 9 months ago, the new Vitara has been a huge success story for Suzuki, with excellent sales levels and great feedback from customers.

The car was road tested by The Sunday Times Editorial Team against 4 other models from the segment, including one costing £16,000 more for its lowest-price derivative.

Suzuki Vitara

“Squint — hard — and you might mistake the new Vitara for a Range Rover Evoque. That’s because Suzuki’s crossover has morphed from a cheap and cheerful off-roader into a primped, well-equipped vehicle that’s top of its class. This has a lot to do with the low starting price” comments the the article.

The Vitara, which is available from just £13,999 OTR for an SZ4 model, is incredible value, which extremely high-levels of specification even at the lowest price, including automatic air conditioning, cruise control with speed limiter, DAB digital radio, USB, Bluetooth connectivity and front/rear electric windows. There are petrol and diesel engines to choose from, as well as the option of Suzuki’s trademark ALLGRIP four-wheel-drive system.

Suzuki Vitara

Also recently added to the range is the top-spec Vitara S, which features a powerful but economical 1.4-litre BOOSTERJET Turbocharged petrol engine, which generates 140PS of power and 220Nm of torque but only emits 127 g/km of CO2 (manual version) or 128 g/km (automatic).