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Megan MacDonald

Megan MacDonald

Head of Marketing and PR. Megan joined the auto industry in 1995 and felt at home straight away, joining the Suzuki family eight years ago and loves what cars mean to people… they’re more than a way to get from A to B. She enjoys the surprised reactions from people when she speaks ‘car’ fluently - as a woman - and her favourite model is the Jimny. This grammar fanatic loves reading historical fiction and - guilty pleasure - playing Candy Crush. Her family are all Suzuki addicts too and her nineteen year old daughter wants a Vitara most of all.
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AITA: road edition | AITA for wanting to sleep during a two-...

In this new series, Suzuki takes questions from readers and lets the audience decide - is this real-life person an, erm, donkey, or not, in a roa...

The new Baleno is making waves: Review roundup

The recently updated Suzuki Baleno is accelerating the interest in a car that ticks so many boxes of your ‘bout that fit’ lifestyle needs, with n...

Get the low down: Sedan vs Hatchback

Four-door, five-door, boot? We break down the differences between a sedan and a hatchback and then we explore the advantages of each one.

Top tips on how to braai chicken like a pro, easy chicken re...

The braai is the quintessential South African holiday activity. It’s more about socialising than the food, but let’s be honest, good food makes e...

Navigating Durban: How to get around

Durban is much more than just fun in the sun on its endless stretch of beaches and is worth taking the time to explore more fully. Without having...

Navigating Durban: Five hot spots to discover

Every major school holiday, thousands of people head for the beaches of KwaZulu-Natal and Durban in particular – returning home after their holid...

What to do if your car is trapped in a flash flood [UPDATED]

Flash floods are unpredictable, fast and deadly - but there are ways to stay safe if you find yourself caught in the middle of one.  

My beautiful Suzuki story: I love this Way of Life

Suzuki has a variety of cars to suit any lifestyle and create lifelong memories. This wonderful husband and wife chose the Suzuki Way of Life whe...

Get the low down from the Fuel Economy Tour

South Africa’s go-getter car brand came a close second in the Fuel Economy Tour, sponsored by Wesbank in partnership with FNB - keeping its promi...

Navigating Cape Town: Tips & tricks for city driving

Getting to know the city streets can be tough. Cape Townians know the twists and turns of their roads. We have put together a guide for those who...

How Suzuki Mobility Finance can get you your dream car

Suzuki Mobility Finance, a product of WesBank, a division of FirstRand Bank Limited, (Suzuki Mobility Finance) can assist you with all your mobil...

Navigating the urban jungle of Johannesburg: Hot places you ...

Johannesburg is one of Africa’s most bustling and beautiful cities with lots to eat, drink, see, and Instagram. Find out which places to visit fo...

Navigating the urban jungle of Johannesburg

With over 2 million people in Johannesburg and many of them commuting from surrounding cities, navigating its busy streets can be tricky.

5 Ways to avoid most smash & grabs

We all do our best to prevent becoming victims of crime, but unfortunately the reality of smash and grabs is prevalent in our country. If you hav...

Why I love my Suzuki Swift [customer review]

We think Suzukis are really awesome cars to drive but we’re not alone. Here’s what one of our customers has to say about why she loves her speedy...

6 ways to avoid most car accidents

In 2018, we had a shocking 10,564 fatal car accidents on South African roads. But, thankfully, car accidents can sometimes be avoided. There are ...

Suzuki at The Annual South African Festival of Motoring

The annual Festival of Motoring is always a great time for us at Suzuki and this year was better than ever before

Parking like a PRO

Parking a car on a busy street or in an underground parking garage can be a daunting – possibly expensive – operation if not done correctly. Lear...


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