Articles about Suzuki Dzire

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,
One of the hottest segments around
The Philippine subcompact sedan segment has heated up over the past year or two. A segment once dominated by Japanese offerings like the Toyota Vios, the Honda City, and the Mazda 2, it has now been livened up by new competitors from
Were you a buyer?
The Ertiga, Celerio, and Dzire are Suzuki's best-selling cars in the Philippines for the first quarter of 2019.According to Suzuki Philippines (SPH), its consistent sales growth is good enough for sixth place among Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the
Is this the ideal city sedan?
The Suzuki Swift Dzire is gone now, and along with it, its visually discombobulating proportions. Instead, we have with us the all-new Dzire (yes, just Dzire), with much better looks, a better platform, and an 'automated manual transmission.'These are considerable
Be a rational, budget-conscious Asian
These days, there's a subcompact sedan from about every manufacturer for almost any budget. Whether you're on the hunt for a simple, reliable daily driver or a well-specced model with all the bells and whistles, chances are there's
*Well, P15k-ish
Car sales might have seen a slight dip recently because of higher excise taxes, but this hasn't stopped major manufacturers from flooding the market with new offerings.More than a dozen launches from a handful of car companies took place during
Are you eyeing any of them?
So far, 2018 has been a hell of a year for the local auto scene. Car after car, launch after launch--it just seems like there's no end to the number of new arrivals. And it isn't just limited to
Did you own a first-gen unit?
Before the 2005 Swift, the Philippine market's last taste of Suzuki Supermini goodness-if you could actually call it good-was the Suzuki Fronte, sold through the '70s and '80s. Never quite as popular as cars from mainstream brands, the diminutive
We imagine how it would look like
Suzuki recently introduced the all-new Swift hatchback and Dzire sedan, which are essentially twins. Both are big improvements over their predecessors, and each gets its own styling theme to further differentiate one from the other. The Dzire, of course, is the
Delivery starts in two weeks
We first saw the all-new Suzuki Swift last March during the Bangkok International Motor Show. We were very impressed that we took tons of photos of the subcompact hatchback for you guys. We wondered: Would it be similar to what we'
It's a huge transformation
It was known as the Swift Dzire not too long ago, and it had its fair share of critics because of its awkward looks. Its price was very enticing, though-tempting enough to make buyers overlook its stubby rear end. The strange
No longer called the 'Swift Dzire'
Depending on who you ask, it was either Suzuki PH's first time as an exhibitor at the Manila International Auto Show (MIAS), or its return after a decade-long hiatus. Either way, the Japanese carmaker didn't hold back in its
See the changes
The Suzuki Swift Dzire subcompact sedan was originally intended for the Indian domestic market where sedans are seen as having a more premium body style over hatchbacks. Affordability is also an important factor, and cars under 4m in length fit within a
See if you like the styling
We visited Suzuki Philippines' headquarters yesterday and stumbled upon the latest model the Japanese carmaker will launch in our market. The unit was so new that nobody outside of the company had driven or touched it. We're referring to the all-
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