The Suzuki Vitara is back and we have exclusive pics and news from the 2014 Paris Motorshow
Renault Captur and not forgetting the new Vauxhall Mokka. This new instalment is taller and wider than Suzuki SX4 S-Cross, and boasted off-road capability because of the optional Suzuki Allgrip 4WD system.
Suzuki Vitara Exterior
The Suzuki looks revived and refreshed, with bold chunky design on the front-end of the car and prominent stance it takes on the road. Suzuki have also promise plenty in the way of personalisation, with a grand total of 15 exterior paint finishes to choose from. Two-tone combination will be available as well as personalisation options available for the rims, bumpers, front grille, dash and door handles.
Suzuki Vitara Interior
The new Vitara matches upto the SX4 S-Cross in way of cabin space, with a huge amount of leg-room in the back and plenty of headroom to boot. A key advantage to the Suzuki Vitara's interior is the flat floor in the rear cabin, which allows the middle passenger plenty of space for their feet. Altogether a very spacious and comfortable ride for driver and passenger.
Suzuki Vitara Engines
A grand total of just two engines will be available upon release, which will be a 1.6 litre petrol and a 1.6 litre diesel - both with a power output of 118 bhp and four-wheel-drive will be available on both petrol and diesel models.
Suzuki's new petrol engine will be available in a five-speed manual or a six-speed automatic for the easy-going driver, but you can only have a six-speed manual on the diesel version of the car.
Suzuki have given a big push towards improving fuel efficiency, but have not release any figures as of yet. CO2 emissions also look very tasty at just 106g/km on the petrol version and that will rise to 138g/km for the diesel and petrol 4WD automatic variants.
Suzuki Vitara Specification
Where the spec is concerned, automatic braking will be available across the range and also; adaptive cruise control, an intelligent heads-up display that connects to the driver's smart phone and panoramic sunroof complete with dual electric glass panels. Standard spec is also pretty handy, with Suzuki opting for minimal options, while including a generous spec on each trim level.