The compact SUV segment is growing all over this world. Manufacturers are coming up with new and exciting products to entice their buyers. At the recent 2014 Paris Motor Show Japanese automobile giant Suzuki revealed an interesting product.
Suzuki has revealed its production model of Vitara, which will be a compact SUV. It will be manufactured at their Magyar Suzuki facility in Hungary. Production is set to commence by early 2015 and will first be sold in European countries and will then be available in Suzuki markets.
The Vitara by Suzuki will be available in both petrol and diesel engine options. The Japanese manufacturer will also offer an all-whee drive option. It will rival Ford's EcoSport, Nissan Terrano, Renault Duster and Honda's soon to be launched HR-V.
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Suzuki has unveiled their new compact SUV, Vitara at the 2014 Paris Motor Show. It will commence production by early 2015 and will eventually come to Indian shores. It will be well positioned with the current competitors in the segment.
Suzuki Vitara: Front Design
The front fascia of Vitara has a strong presence and has strong body lines. The vehicle sports typical SUV styling in a compact dimension. The headlamps are sleek and well integrated into the design. The bumper houses both fog lamps as well as Daytime Running Lights.
Suzuki Vitara: Side View
From a side view, the Vitara looks bigger than it actually is. We liked the combination of colours blue with black roof and pillars. The 5-spoke alloy wheels look trendy and well suited for this stylish compact SUV. The design could remind you of a certain British manufactured SUV.
Suzuki Vitara: Rear View
The rear of Suzuki Vitara is fairly simple and clutter free. The tail lamps are small and make the rear look more spacious. The Japanese manufacturer will provide its compact SUV with skid plates as well. The muscular styling of the vehicle continues behind as well.
Suzuki Vitara: Interiors
Suzuki will be providing their vehicle with optional interiors, they plan to provide matching theme within the Vitara with its body paint. Here is the all black version, which also look very simple and clutter free. A huge infotainment will be provided, along with an analogue clock in the centre.
Suzuki Vitara: Conclusion
The Vitara will be available in both petrol and diesel engines. The Japanese manufacturer will also provide an all-wheel drive system. It will rival Renault's Duster, Nissan Terrano, Ford EcoSport and Honda's soon to be launched HR-V. The car will be launched in European countries first and will come to India by mid-2015. Suzuki has decided to provide its compact SUV with loads of safety features.