Saturday, February 4, 2017

Rev Up 2017 With Suzuki's Best Sellers


Whether it is a quick escape to the renowned mountains of Baguio, a surfing adventure in La Union, a long drive to the historic Fort Ilocandia, or a mere stopover in Tagaytay, you will find a great road companion with Suzuki vehicles.

The fuel misers

With 3 of its vehicles making it to the top 5 Overall Gasoline Category chart of Department of Energy (DOE)’s Euro-4 Fuel Economy Run last year, namely the Suzuki Celerio CVT 29.14 km/L (1st Place), the Suzuki Ciaz AT 27.94 km/L (3rd Place) and the Suzuki Celerio MT 27.70 km/L (5th Place), pioneer compact car manufacturer Suzuki Philippines is able to reinforce its commitment to boost Filipinos’ love for travel.

Designed to deliver exceptional performance that are nothing short of elegant and comfortable, the leading Japanese car maker presents once again their top-grossing fuel-efficient vehicles just in time for the upcoming breaks.

Your all-around companion

Designed to deliver quality-driving experience at greater fuel savings compared with other vehicles of the same caliber, the subcompact sedan Ciaz is your best companion for both daily use and long drives.

The car model’s numerous awards since being introduced to the local market in the first quarter of 2016 is testament to this.

Available in three variants, namely the GL Manual Transmission, GL Automatic Transmission and premium GLX, Suzuki’s latest subcompact sedan is equipped with exceptional features and best-in-class fuel efficiency, Suzuki’s latest subcompact sedan earned favorable market response across Asian markets that are looking for practical yet out-of-the-box driving experience.

Along with elegant exterior design and redefined interiors, the Ciaz is definitely a force to be reckoned with.

The more, the merrier

Invite more family and friends to a road trip in the roomy 7-seater Ertiga. Combining the agility of a compact car and the spaciousness of a family car, the Ertiga will surely come very handy during outings. Its sleek yet comfortable interiors will provide passengers with the convenience and entertainment necessary for long drives.

The Ertiga, which exudes elegance, boasts a keyless push start system, user-friendly multimedia Android touchscreen, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and USB connectivity with hands-free.

For the adventure-seekers

Successfully moving from the sidelines to being Suzuki’s best-selling vehicle of 2016, the all-time favorite Celerio brought the Japanese car brand to a whole new level last year after being awarded with Best Fuel Rating under the Over-All Gasoline Category in last year’s DOE Euro 4 Fuel Eco Run.

One of Suzuki’s vehicles powered by a fuel-efficient engine and patented Total Effective Control Technology (TECT), the Celerio enables confident driving, making it the best buddy for budget-friendly trips. In addition to its sleek interiors, the model offers top-of-the-line features and a more spacious cabin and luggage space.

The Suzuki Celerio best fits the younger generation who wants vehicles with a general sporty feel. Available in various exciting colors, the Celerio is without a doubt the constant companion you are looking for!

Seamless and Swift driving

All-time favorite, the classic Swift targets the sporty and adventure-seeking Filipino. Its ability to deliver smooth and seamless driving has made the famous hatchback popular among the younger generation since its release in the market in 2004 until its upgrade in 2010.

Equipped with a relatively spacious cabin and sleek interiors packed with a touchscreen entertainment system, the Swift is undoubtedly one of the best travel companions you will ever have.

2 comments:

  1. I said it before and i'll say it again,
    If only Suzuki could put a turbo diesel to the Jimny, then that will be the goose that lays the golden eggs in their backyard.

    When is the coming of this glorious day for it's fans?
    Hope Suzuki reads this..

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  2. Suzuki should also bring in the All New (and returning to its roots as a compact CUV) Vitara to compete with the ecosport. Ecosport is lording it over the mini CUV category. With the right pricing, the Vitara should be able to compete with the troublesome Dual Clutch transmission of the ecosport. The top of the line Vitara has a 1.4L Turbo btw.

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