Articles about Suzuki Vitara

Due to the influx of more affordable Chinese competition
It looks like the sudden influx of more affordable Chinese-made crossovers may have claimed its first casualty.Suzuki Philippines has announced that it is discontinuing select variants of the Vitara subcompact crossover. In a company sales memo circulating online, it said
The interior gets a new look, too
The Vitara is one of the more affordable yet stylish crossovers in the market today. With prices starting under P1 million, it offers good value for money-as do the other vehicles in Suzuki's Philippine lineup.And although Suzuki's sales
Now might be your best chance to experience it
To the Suzuki fans and potential buyers out there, here's a heads-up: Suzuki Philippines has announced that it will be going around the country for the Suzuki Auto Festival 2019. The Japanese carmaker will be exhibiting its lineup at various
Available at select dealerships nationwide
More and more Suzuki models can be seen on the road as the years pass, which is a testament to how well the brand markets the comfort, drivability, and affordability of its offerings. Now, as the Japanese carmaker further expands its roster,
Congratulations on a successful year
The implementation of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Act was felt by most players in the automotive industry. Despite TRAIN's effect on car prices, however, Suzuki Philippines still managed to achieve higher sales in 2018 than in 2017.
Need something cheap and easy to drive?
When I was first learning to drive just out of high school, I was fortunate enough to learn on one of the best cars of the time-a 1993 Nissan Sentra Super Saloon. A car with a powerful twin-cam engine (in
It pays to have competitive products
In this era of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Act, many carmakers have felt the impact on their sales. Despite this, Suzuki Philippines has announced that it has achieved a 6% growth during the first three quarters of 2018
Which crossover is the better deal?
Since its Philippine arrival late last year, the Suzuki Vitara has established itself as one of the market's most promising value-for-money offerings, thanks to its modern styling, reliable performance, and decent equipment list.The Hyundai Kona is a relatively
It's a real off-road machine
The first-generation Suzuki Vitara came out in 1988, but did not officially reach Philippine shores until 1994. When it was eventually sold here, it was only available with a manual transmission-which, in hindsight, was a good thing, as early Vitaras
Bang for the buck
Back in the '90s, a good friend asked us to take care of her Suzuki Vitara while she was out of the country. This meant using it twice a week as my college commuter-a rather enviable privilege if not for the
Looking for an off-road rig with all the comforts?
Suzuki isn't the biggest or most successful automaker in the world, but in certain niches, it has an enviable reputation and presence. While its sales in recent decades have been buoyed by the strong demand for microcars in India (where its
A sleeker look for the crossover
It seems like only yesterday when the current-gen Suzuki Vitara made its Philippine debut. Now, here we are writing about a refresh less than a year later.The thing is, the update is for the UK market where the Vitara has
Crossover or SUV?
Hello, Botchi! I need your advice. My family and I will buy a car in a year or two from now, but I'm already doing some research. We are just a family of three, and I stand at six feet. I
Sub-P1 million rides that parents will love
Parenthood is one of those pivotal 'adulting' milestones that comes with a lot of baggage. Literal baggage. Diapers, clothes, cleaning supplies, toys and strollers take up a lot of in-car real estate. With new laws mandating the use of car seats
Some post-TRAIN bargains
Last year, we put together a few lists of cars you can buy for X amount of pesos per month. But as you all know, thanks to the Tax Reform Package for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law, the market landscape in 2018
Which crossover should I get?
Hi there. I'm planning to buy either a base variant Nissan Juke or the all-new Suzuki Vitara GLX. I've done my research for the most part, but have only test-driven the Juke because the Suzuki dealership here in
It knows what it is
Think Suzuki cars these days and runabouts come to mind-Swift, Celerio, Alto, and the not-so-little Ciaz. It's all about practical mobility due to the traffic.Go back a little further to the '80s and chances are,
A few price changes within the lineup
When we last shared the post-revised excise tax prices of the Suzuki lineup in February, the prices of the Alto, Celerio, Ciaz, Swift, and Ertiga were still unchanged from last year. Here now are the adjusted prices, as of today. We
Take your pick
Subcompact crossovers are city-friendly, easy to maneuver, and relatively versatile for their humble size. There are also a ton of models available to choose from, making buying one sort of a huge treat and a challenge at the same time.For
Many models are still pegged at 2017 prices
Suzuki is the latest carmaker to reveal its updated 2018 prices, and those planning to buy the all-new Vitara aren't going to be too happy with what they see.Both the Vitara GL+ and GLX saw a P50,000
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