Used Suzuki cars for sale
motors.co.uk currently have 2,196 used Suzuki cars for sale
Even with the stellar reputation for reliability you find in most Japanese cars, the Suzuki brand is a cut above, that's why Motors.co.uk has thousands of second hand Suzuki cars listed on their website. Search the page for location and budget and you'll find a used Suzuki for you.
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About Suzuki cars on motors.co.uk
- Most popular ColourSilver
- Most popular fuel typePetrol
- Average Power delivery97 BHP
- Average fuel economy48 MPG
- Average price£6,747
- Average mileage30,749
Insurance Group 1, ABS, Air Conditioning, Body Coloured Bumpers, Drivers Airbag, Folding Rear Seats, Front Electric Windows, Immobiliser, Passenger...
Service History, MOT 09/04/2014, Electric front windows, Remote central door locking, Power steering, Radio/CD, Steering wheel audio controls, Car ...
Insurance Group 7, 1 Registered Keeper, Radio CD Player,Electric Front Windows,Remote Central Locking,All Round Airbags,Electric Door Mirrors,Anti-...
Insurance Group 9, 1 Registered Keeper, Colour Coded Bumpers, Rear Wash Wipe, Air Conditioning, Central Locking, Central Locking - Remote, Electric...
Insurance Group 18, 1 Registered Keeper
Central Locking, Front Electric Windows, ABS, Power Steering, Drivers Airbag, Passenger Airbag, Alarm, Immobiliser, Alloy Wheels, Privacy Glass, Ar...
Brand new Swift SZ2's available with no extra charge for a metallic finish, , 12v Socket, Adjustable Steering Wheel, Air Bags, Anti Lock Brakes, CD...
Insurance Group 11, Digital clock,Door ajar warning lamp,Lights on warning,Low fuel level warning light,Outside temperature display,PAS,Remote fuel...
Insurance Group 10, 2 Registered Keepers, Remote Central Locking, Front Electric Windows, Electric Mirrors, ABS, Power Steering, Drivers Airbag, Pa...
Cruise control,Digital clock,Door ajar warning lamp,Fuel indicator with low level warning,Internal fuel flap release,Lights on warning,Outside temp...
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Insurance Group 11, Bluetooth hands free telephone connection,Door ajar warning lamp,Fuel consumption screen,Lights on warning,Low fuel level warni...
Insurance Group 11, Balance of Manufacturers Warranty,CD Player,Electric Front Windows,Air Bags,Remote Central Locking,Electric Door Mirrors,Anti-L...
ABS, Alloy Wheels, Audio Remote Control, Body Coloured Bumpers, Climate Control, Drivers Airbag, Electric Door Mirrors, Folding Rear Seats, Front E...
As far as Japanese car brands go, Suzuki is one of the smaller ones but it still competes with the big boys. Known for its range of compact cars and 4x4s, the company has a distinguished history and never fails to pull a surprise out of the bag. If you’re looking for a small but perfectly formed auto with the reliability and quality that’s become a hallmark of Japanese cars, a Suzuki is for you.
Michio Suzuki formed the company in 1909 and initially its main focus was on weaving machinery. However it soon became apparent that diversification was needed and Suzuki ventured into cars in 1937. After ceasing production during the Second World War, the demand for cheap personal transportation in Japan skyrocketed and Suzuki was able to fill the gap with the Suzulight which proved a great success.
During the 1960s and 70s, the company continued to build on its accomplishments with the release of the Fronte 800, Jimny 4x4, Alto and SC100. The defining feature of them was a small size and ‘can do’ attitude which has been a mainstay of the brand ever since.
Suzuki was truly a global force by the 1980s with a presence in the US, Canada, Australia, Pakistan, UK and India. People couldn’t get enough of the small, affordable nature of its autos. The Cultus and Escudo 4x4 were slightly larger than previous models but were nonetheless successful. The company even cornered the roadster market with the Cappuccino in 1991.
First released in 1993, the Wagon R is arguably Suzuki’s best selling car. Clever engineering and design work meant that the inside space was cavernous for such a small car. It has been a fixture at the top of Japanese sales figures ever since.
The company continued to dominate its niche and by 2003 it had been number 1 in ‘kei car’ (Japanese for micro-car) sales for 30 years. The Swift, Alto and Twin released around the same time illustrated the reason why perfectly.
Suzuki cars never fail to surprise and the company always has a trick up its sleeve (as the infamous 1996 Escudo Pikes Peak supercar proved). You’ll get something that’s affordable, a pleasure to drive and very reliable; each one carries the Japanese reputation for excellence. There are some great deals on used Suzuki cars to be had here at Motors.co.uk, and big money off is the norm thanks to impressive discounts.
Do yourself a favour, get a Suzuki and experience a unique style of motoring!