Suzuki South Africa has pronounced 2019 the Year of the
The Swift won the category against smaller A-segment and Sub-B segment vehicles with a compelling combination of style, safety and affordability. The last mentioned was highlighted at the awards because Suzuki has kept prices virtually unchanged since the new Swift was launched in June last year.
“The Cars.co.za Consumer Awards have a very strict cap of R200 000 for vehicles to be considered for the best budget car in South Africa. Suzuki has won this category for three years running, but with different vehicles, underlining our focus on providing good value for money,” says André Venter, divisional manager for sales and marketing at Suzuki Auto South Africa.
Suzuki made waves when the Celerio 1.0 GL won the Budget Car category in 2016. It was followed by the Suzuki Ignis 1.2 GL in 2017 and this year by the Swift 1.2 GL. All three vehicles offer, according to judges and the public, great value for money and low long-term cost of ownership.
The new Cars.co.za Consumer Awards trophy adds to the Suzuki Swift’s ever-growing list of accolades and awards. Shortly after its global introduction, the Swift
“Every award or honourable mention
The Cars.co.za Consumer Awards collate the feedback from thousands of motorists and a round of professional judging to select the winners. They then use the consumer feedback exclusively to choose South Africa’s favourite brand for their Brand of the Year Award. Suzuki was voted South Africa’s Brand of the Year in 2016 and 2017, and this year came a very close second to Toyota.
For 2019, Suzuki is planning more exciting news for the Swift with the introduction of the exciting new Swift Sport. The Swift Sport will introduce Suzuki’s acclaimed
“The Swift Sport will have all the ingredients of a driver-focused hot hatch. With a curb weight of 970 kg and 103 kW on tap, it offers
Press Release – Suzuki Auto South Africa