Suzuki says it plans two global reveals for next month's New York Auto Show. One will supposedly be a redesign of the Kizashi that will take the econobox "to the next level." What the hell does that mean?
I'm one of the few people who can say they've driven a newer Suzuki Swift on American soil. As much as I like to brag, this sucks. More Americans should have the chance to drive/own/hoon a Swift.
One Indian man has turned a Suzuki Maruti 800 into a flying vehicle that he claims can vertically lift itself and soar over traffic. The only issue? Its flying ability has not yet been tested.
After a few dark years, automakers will be flooding the zone of this year's Super Bowl with more fancy advertisements than ever. But why wait for the game? Enjoy your viral marketing now, and our ratings from one to five stars on each:Already a hit, VW might have been able to save its money and just run it on the…
For the first time in decades, Japanese automakers arrive in Detroit on the defensive after their worst year since first storming American streets in the 1960s. Here's how this year's Detroit Auto Show is like a Pearl Harbor in reverse.
Go ahead: Search for "Asif Hussain Shah." Can't resist, can you? His plan is working, but that's nothing — wait 'til you see the interior. We're stone sober, and it freaked us the hell out.
Official caption: "A cycle-rickshaw driver moved the wreckage of a car to a scrap yard in the eastern Indian city of Siliguri on Tuesday." You've got to be able to do better than that, right?
Globally, Christmas weather is everything from tropical rainforest or frozen snow-piled wasteland. Although everyone wants to get over the river and through the woods to grandmother's house, these are the ten best vehicles for the job with presents in tow.
The Suzuki Kizashi is competitive with the other mid-size sedans in terms of performance, but no one is going to buy one unless it's competitive on price. At $18,999 for a well-equipped base model it could be a Sonata-killer.
Alongside the 2010 Suzuki Kizashi we tested at Virginia International Raceway was a V6-powered "chassis verification prototype" test mule, providing more power and an aggressive body-kit. Is this the car Suzuki should have built instead?
Mid-size sedans are the toasters of the automotive world — appliances automakers make for cow-like consumers to buy. The 2010 Suzuki Kizashi is the newest toaster on the market, trying to be both better and cheaper than the rest.
While the Samurai established Suzuki as a car maker in the U.S., it was known to be unstable in quick maneuvers. Whether or not that is true, Nice Price or Crack Pipe has an example you might flip over.