Even with built cars for quite some years, to most the brand Suzuki continues to be synonymous with either motor cycles or outboard engines. Which probably explains why Suzuki provides the most curious bundle of cars provided by any single manufacturer.
At the end end of the market is the Alto, a little city car and also at the top the Grand Vitara XL-7; a seven seater sports utility.
Between come such weird and wonderful machines since the Ignis -which has four wheel drive and appears like a mini-SUV but doesn’t have discernable off-road abilities. And also the Wagon R, the industry tall, skinny city car.
It’s hard to gain sense at all of corporate direction from searching the Suzuki cars range. Or possibly there isn’t one to locate. This apparent insufficient cohesion appears to matter to not buyers, who appreciate high quality and mechanical integrity, both key virtues of the Japanese manufacturer.