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Michio Suzuki founded Suzuki (pronounced suh-ZOO-kee) in 1909, in the small village of Hamamatsu. For the first 30 years of its life, the firm built weaving looms. In 1937, Michio Suzuki decided to diversify and spent the next two years producing small car prototypes. Production halted during the Second World War. By 1954 the business was building motorcycles each month and changed its name to Suzuki Motor Co. Ltd. Its first automobile was the Suzuki Suzulight, hailing the beginning of global success.
By the late 1960s, Suzuki had established itself in the US and Thailand. Over the ensuing decades, the brand continued to expand its operations. Today, Suzuki GB PLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of the brand, headquartered in Milton Keynes since 2006. Suzuki is one of the world’s top ten automotive manufacturers. In the first half of 2023 alone, it registered over 10,000 vehicles in the UK.
The brand continues to focus on providing innovative products that offer superior value. Suzuki vehicles offer drivers distinctive design, affordability and reliability. Making them perfect for urbanites, young drivers and families a-like.
Popular Suzuki models
Suzuki’s biggest-selling car, the Vitara was first launched in the UK in 1992. The model has been a staple of the range ever since. This small SUV was the first of its kind in the UK and offers space, comfort and generous equipment levels. Over more than four generations, it’s more efficient than ever thanks to a hybrid powertrain. It is also available in both front and four-wheel drive formats.
The Suzuki Ignis was first released in 2000 as a compact hatchback. The Ignis provides drivers with an agile and nippy solution to urban motoring. After a 10-year break, it reappeared in 2017 as a crossover offering both front and four-wheel drive variants. The model is practical and efficient thanks to mild-hybrid technology, finding a following among young families and those with an active lifestyle.
Another mainstay of the Suzuki lineup, the Swift came to UK shores in 1985. Evolving through several generations, it began turning heads in 2005 and has proved popular ever since. Its roomy interior can comfortably accommodate four occupants. Low running costs and dynamic performance make it ideal for driving around town.
On sale in the UK since 2013, the Suzuki SX4 S-Cross is distinctively styled and well-equipped, offering an appealing alternative to more mainstream SUVs. This is thanks to its performance, excellent value and reliability. Available with a choice of front or four-wheel drive, it tackles urban streets and rough terrain with ease.
The Suzuki S-Cross is an evolution of the SX4 S-Cross and offers a more eco-friendly driving experience for modern motorists. Retaining the characteristic styling of its predecessor, it comes with either a petrol mild hybrid or a full hybrid powertrain. The SX4 S-Cross also has a choice of front and four-wheel drive. With its compact proportions and comfortable interior, it’s perfect for suburban families or those whose adventures frequently take them off the beaten track.
Suzuki is known for its reliability and has won a range of awards over the years for its cars and customer service. In the 2022 What Car? Reliability Survey, in which readers report on their vehicle ownership experience, Suzuki finished top out of 27 brands with an overall score of 97%. This achievement was soon followed in 2023 by a number one spot on the UK Customer Satisfaction Index for automotive brands. Published by the Institute of Customer Service, it measured 259 organisations, of which 26 vehicle manufacturers were included. Suzuki finished in 22nd place across all sectors.
These accolades reflect the brand’s commitment to producing affordable yet dependable vehicles. Previous recognition includes the Most Improved Manufacturer of the Year Award at the 2020 Fleet News Awards. The win was a result of Suzuki’s efforts to improve its fleet and leasing offerings, which led to an increased fleet market share.
In terms of its vehicles, Suzuki has received several awards for the Ignis. Including the Honest John City Car of the Year in 2019 and the Most Reliable City Car of 2023 by Which? The Vitara has also been highly praised in publications by Honest John and CarGurus.
Suzuki frequently asked questions
Who owns Suzuki?
Suzuki GB PLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Suzuki Motor Corporation. This multinational operation is owned by various shareholders, including Toyota and the Master Trust Bank of Japan.
Where are Suzuki cars made?
Suzuki vehicles are made in 35 manufacturing plants across 23 countries, including Japan, China, Malaysia, Taiwan, Argentina, Egypt, Hungary and New Zealand.
Who makes Suzuki cars?
Suzuki Motor Corporation is responsible for making Suzuki cars.
What country is Suzuki from?
Suzuki is from Hamamatsu in Shizuoka Prefecture in Japan.
Who makes Suzuki car engines?
Suzuki Motor Corporation makes most Suzuki car engines, but some are produced by Toyota and others are made by Fiat.
What is the smallest Suzuki car?
Overall, the Ignis is the smallest car in the Suzuki range (the Swift is longer and wider than the Ignis, but the Ignis is taller.) It’s worth noting that the discontinued Celerio is smaller in terms of width and height than the Ignis. You may still be able to find a used Suzuki Celerio for sale on the used market.
How does Suzuki ALLGRIP work?
ALLGRIP is Suzuki’s proprietary four-wheel drive system and it’s available in the following iterations:
- ALLGRIP AUTO helps to combat slippery and snowy surfaces by automatically distributing torque to the rear wheels whenever the front wheels begin to lose traction.
- ALLGRIP SELECT comprises AUTO, SPORT, SNOW and LOCK modes, allowing the driver to select the one that’s most appropriate to their driving style, as well as the road surface and conditions.
- ALLGRIP PRO is a Suzuki Jimny exclusive that enables maximum torque and enhanced traction when driving on rough surfaces
How does Suzuki hybrid work?
A Suzuki hybrid powertrain consists of a conventional petrol/diesel engine and a battery-powered electric motor. The latter not only helps reduce fuel usage and harmful emissions, it boosts performance, particularly during acceleration. Suzuki hybrids are self-charging. Energy is recovered during deceleration and braking and stored in the battery for later use.
Where is the nearest Suzuki dealership?
We have a wide range of used Suzuki cars for sale. Visit our Find a Dealer page to find your nearest Arnold Clark motorstore.
What does Suzuki mean in Japanese?
In Japan, Suzu means ‘bell’ and the kanji (symbol) for ‘tree’ ( 木 ) is pronounced ‘ki’. Put them together and you get Suzuki or ‘bell tree’.
How to pronounce Suzuki?
Suzuki is pronounced ‘Suh-ZOO-kee’. Using the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA), it’s pronounced səzʉ́wkɪj.
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