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New Suzuki Swift engineered to perfection

Not normally confused, Iain Robertson believes that what Suzuki calls its Mark Three* version of the Swift is actually a Mark Four, although he shares the manufacturer’s quiet enthusiasm for what is sure to be a genuine ground-breaker.

Continuous Improvement is a Japanese hallmark that has been exercised and adopted

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Living with Baleno – Month 2 of 42

Living with a new car is a fascinating exercise in the modern era, not least because of upwards spiralling overheads and a desire to ensure relevance, aspects that Iain Robertson is following religiously over the next 3.5 years.

TPMS. Four letters that herald dread and fear in every new car operator’s

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Welcome back Whizzkid in the latest Suzuki Ignis

Suzuki insists on describing its new Ignis as an ‘SUV’, which Iain Robertson states is partly true, but it is a trawl through the marque’s past that reveals its actual inspiration and the resultant new model will monster the city-car scene.

Evolution is an essential element of existence, otherwise we would

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Living with Baleno – Month 1 of 42

Living with a new car  – a Baleno in this instance – is a fascinating exercise in the modern era, not least because of upwards spiralling overheads and a desire to ensure relevance, aspects that Iain Robertson is going to follow religiously for the next 3.5 years.

In all ways, I

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Enhanced S-Cross sharpens Suzuki’s image somewhat

In order to maintain model viability, mid-life model refreshment exercises are an essential element of model marketing but, highlights Iain Robertson, they need to be carefully considered, a factor that Suzuki adopts with due care.

It was British author and playwright, George Bernard Shaw, who stated: “Progress is impossible without change

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