9 New Suzuki Cars and Updated Crossovers from Japan's Most Affordable Auto Brand

Do not expect Suzuki to make headlines as the new leader of international carmaking, but you can certainly count on the fact that this manufacturer will continue delivering to its customer appealing models across multiple classes and markets. The improved 2020 lineup of this Japanese brand and its Indian Maruti-Suzuki division adds all-new entries, plus the old-timers are receiving worthy upgrades as well. Today, we will be digging deep into the exploration of exterior designs, technical specifications, prices and interior packaging of the newcomers.
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#1 2020 Suzuki Ignis

The current generation Suzuki Ignis arrived to the market in 2016, and now, 4 years later it is getting a mid-cycle facelift globally.

#2 2020 Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza

Selling half a million units since its release in 2016, the Vitara Brezza has gained the reputation of one of the most popular and awarded compact SUVs in the company’s lineup. In its newest formed, which was unveiled at the 2020 Auto Expo.

#3 2020 Suzuki Jimny

Though presented back in 2018, the 4th generation Suzuki Jimny is yet to debut on many markets, as a 2020 or even a 2021 model.

#4 2020 Maruti Suzuki S-Presso

2020 Maruti Suzuki S-Presso is the brand’s new mini-SUV model, that is planned to be launched in Asia, South Africa, and Latin America, competing in the same segment as the Renault Kwid.

#5 2020 Suzuki Baleno

Though discontinued in the UK for the 2020 model year, the subcompact Baleno hatchback feels alive and well, receiving a facelift globally.

#6 2020 Suzuki Vitara

Redesigned back in 2019, 2020 Suzuki Vitara does not get many upgrades this year, but gains a new hybrid powertrain, using an updated 1.4L Boosterjet mated to a 48V hybrid system and a 6-speed manual gearbox.

#7 2020 Suzuki Swift

The newest Swift was completely rebuilt and thoroughly refined from within, to become a car that uplifts, drives the heart and stirs emotions. On the outside it adds on the aggression.

#8 2020 Suzuki SX4 S-Cross

2020 Suzuki SX4 S-Cross continues with two fuel-efficient Boosterjet engines, delivering a superb balance between environmental compatibility and performance. It also adds a new 48-volt hybrid system based on the current 1.4-liter.

#9 2020 Suzuki Ertiga

2020 Suzuki Ertiga can be had in variety of powertrains, including a new factory-fitted 1.5L that runs on natural gas. This mill is linked to a 5-speed manual, making 92 horses and 90 lb-ft of torque, and returning 61 mpg.


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