Who Owns Suzuki?
Suzuki is currently self-owned. However, between 2009 and 2015, Volkswagen held a majority stake in the company. Since then, Suzuki has re-purchased shares to become the majority owner.
Where Are Suzuki Cars Made?
Suzuki is headquartered in Hamamatsu, Japan. The company makes cars in manufacturing plants all over the world including the UK, India, China and Japan.
What Does Suzuki Mean?
Suzuki is a Japanese term for "bell tree". Suzuki, however, got its name from the company's founder Michio Suzuki.
How Much Does a Suzuki Car Cost?
The popular Suzuki Swift retails for £13,075, with the slightly more affordable Ignis retailing at £12,575. Model prices do vary, however, with the Vitara 4x4 priced at £21,055, and used cars retail at significantly less.
What are the most popular Suzuki cars?
Suzuki Swift - The Suzuki Swift is a stylish, economical, compact and keenly priced compact car. There’s plenty of choice in the range, from the frugal 1.0 litre BoosterJet version to the spicy Swift Sport. A new Suzuki Swift starts at £14,299. You could find a second hand Suzuki Swift from around £7,000 from one of our trusted UK used car dealerships. The Suzuki Swift can reach a maximum speed of between 105 and 130mph
Suzuki Ignis - The Suzuki Ignis is a chunky mini-SUV. It’s at home navigating city streets, or in the case of its four-wheel drive Allgrip version, muddy fields. There’s a surprising amount of room for the driver and passengers given its small dimensions. You could find a second hand Suzuki Ignis from around £7,000 from one of our 2,500 approved used car dealers
Suzuki Alto - The Suzuki Alto is an urban supermini which was sold by the Japanese manufacturer in the UK between 2009-2015. Its biggest selling points are its low price tag and running costs. You could find a used Suzuki Alto from £2,195 by choosing to shop with one of our networks of quality used car dealerships.