Suzuki Vitara RT-S 2016 review | road test
Aside from the much-beloved Swift, the Suzuki brand doesn’t have a lot of nameplates that resonate with Australian markets, but Vitara is one of them.
As a result, the re-introduction of the Vitara badge has been a serious, boots-and-all job by the local office, with two petrol engines, a diesel, three types of transmission and some unexpected goodies in the spec list to attract buyers.
The car has been around almost a year now and it’s starting to (finally) catch on with its sharp pricing and hatchback-like presentation.
After a drive of the top-of-the-range RT-X diesel, it was time to spend a week at the other end of the range, the 1.6-litre, non-turbo, five-speed manual petrol engine RT-S. Read more...