The family road trip is a fun staple of the South African experience - whether you’re driving to your favourite game park, holiday spot, family home or even across the country between Jo’burg and Cape Town.
Keeping the little ones entertained is a challenge even with a room full of toys and TV, but we know just how to keep them busy - and mostly quiet - with this set of easy car games.
Torque, xenon headlamps, the difference between climate control and air conditioning? Learn car speak and all the car terminology here.
Suzuki’s sporty little hatchback is great value for money with tons of great features. Watch the review video here.
Driving enthusiasts will love the Swift 1.2 hatch. With its easy handling, zippy engine and modern features, it’s a fantastic little car.
The Ciaz is a svelte, fuel efficient sedan with a simply enormous interior.
Excitingly, it’s packed with features like keyless entry, halogen head lamps, climate control and a power supply to the back seats (not just the front seats can plug in their phones now!)
Car accidents in South Africa are astronomically high. Over 4 500 people died on South African roads between 2014 and 2015, according to the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC). That’s a scary number, and it’s why the International Transport Forum rated South Africa the worst out of 36 countries when it came to road fatalities in 2013. But it’s not all bad news.
Luckily, there’s a lot in your control as a driver. Charl Grobler, the manager of marketing and product planning at Suzuki South Africa, shared some tips, tricks and hacks to keep you safe on the road. Best of all, they’re simple to execute.
The release of the revitalised Suzuki Vitara has been the highlight of the year. Dedicated Suzuki fans have long been awaiting its revival and arrival, and now finally it's alive and roaring. With a 27 year history, the Vitara is reinventing itself with the second generation. Smart. Streamlined. Suzuki.
With a new interpretation of the Vitara, the shape is both contemporary and timeless. It features a full five-star EuroNCAP safety rating, with seven airbags across the range. The extensive personalisation options allow for endless possibilities.
Read the full press release, and fall in love.
Suzuki's sportsbikes are always a cause for excitement, and the unveiling of the new GSX-R1000 in Italy was no different. On 19 November 2015, the Eicma Motorcycle Show featured the brand new racer to come from Suzuki. The bike may be light, but the VVT-I technology makes it the most powerful GSX-R in its 30 year history.
Read the full press release, and get your engines revving for its arrival.
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