Vitara S: Smooth Drives and Sporty Vibes

Suzuki entered 2022 with a new look and major updates on some of their oldest models. The Jimny is a completely redesigned model with a high-performance engine.

Its Boosterjet engine is a great source of performance and fierce feel, all in smaller SUV size. It is ideal for sealed roads, but can also handle tough terrain.

Swift Sport

Suzuki’s smallest Swift was upgraded to a more sporty version in 2017. Its Swift Sport gets the same 1.4-litre K14C Boosterjet engine, but it produces 140 PS (103 horsepower; 138 bhp DIN) and 230 Nm (170 lbft) of torque. The look is accentuated with the addition of a rear spoiler as well a wider tyre. Dual exhausts are also available, as well as an interior with red accents. The safety kit features advanced front detection, steering for lane-keeping and signal recognition for traffic.

The cabin is constructed of soft plastics with no appeal, but its rotary heating and air conditioning controls look attractive, as is the dimpled leather D-shaped steering wheel. The analog-based instruments that are the main focus of the car are supported by a coloured display which shows engine, the use of turbo boost, and brakes. The sport seats, which are bolstered heavily are extremely comfortable and give this Swift Sport the feel of an authentic hot hatchback suzuki Swift. The rear seats will fit three people comfortably, however headroom may be tight. The boot space is restricted.


Jimny Jimny is a small four-wheel drive that can go the places most urban vehicles would be afraid to go. It’s an off-roader equipped with a robust ladder frame chassis along with 4WD and a strong 1.5L engine.

The very first Jimny, which was originally referred to as HopeStar was developed from a smaller Japan Kei vehicle that had four wheels and a partial-time. It could be driven with two wheels on closed roads, and then switch to four-wheel drive when required.

The suspension used was a basic live axle design that had leaf springs in the on the front and rear. It was with the same sturdy design that is used in full-size four wheel drive vehicles like Toyota Land Cruisers. With this and a sturdy minimalist interior, the Jimny could travel places that other vehicles could not.

Vitara S

Vitara S gives a boost to the small SUV that has already become a hugely popular. The 1.4-litre turbo gasoline engine runs responsive and smooth with a good low down acceleration. The smooth, automatic gearbox is in conjunction to the motor. Its AllGrip 4×4 Traction is great in off-roading. Also, it has a sport setting which gives the steering a more pronounced feel and agile. Drivers of company cars will have to pay 20% of Benefit-inKind tax the model. It’s also a bit more expensive for running than models, either diesel or petrol. Vitara engines.

Vitara S offers a great driving experience. It’s among the top small crossovers that can handle on the market, and is able to keep in line with traffic on the motorway. It’s simple to get it into a curve because the steering is so exact. Its interior is efficient and comes with DAB radio, DAB radio and a standard sat-nav. The exterior design is elegant with black alloy wheels and a distinctive five-slotted grille.

Suzuki sporting cars

Suzuki is one of the few manufacturers that excels at both producing 2-wheeled and 4-wheeled vehicles. Its experience is evident in the 2022 lineup which comprises a selection of sporty versions.

The Vitara Suzuki’s attempt at creating a Ranger Evoque-like look to the supermini segment – has been a big hit for the manufacturer. The Vitara is a vehicle that checks a lot of boxes, with style and utility, while being affordable to run.

It’s 1.4 Boosterjet turbo engine produces enough punch to make it entertaining when driving along roads. It can go from 0-62 in 8.1 seconds. But it is not as fast as that figure suggests. Dual Sensor Brake Support and Radar brake Support are standard. These systems employ cameras that are monocular and millimetre wave radar to offer collision mitigation braking, adaptive cruise control, high beam assistance, and weaving alert. These functions can be employed when driving in the city centre to help make sure you are safe at junctions.