The all-new Vitara is a hip crossover
The new year is coming and everyone’s up on their toes to leave the old and welcome the new. Perfect timing for car enthusiasts as Suzuki just welcomed the all-new Vitara compact crossover last month.
Cebu Daily News visited the Vitara at the Suzuki Auto South Cebu (Sakura Autoworld Inc.) in Mambaling to check out the hip crossover of the Japanese automaker.
The fourth-generation Vitara has been reborn with all-new features that’s definitely something worth looking in to.
The Vitara boasts of five key points that will make car lovers’ heads turn:
1. Its distinctive design that still remains faithful to Suzuki’s SUV original styling but incorporated with today’s modern design. It’s LED project headlights with daytime running lights, new tailgate, 17-inch black alloy wheels and distinct bumper gives it “the look.”
2. Its two tone colors on the top-of-the-line variant would fit anyone’s individuality, making it look clean with a bit of edge and a hint of aggressiveness.
3. Its safety features specifically a six-point airbag system, pedestrian protection, lightweight impact-absorbing body (TECT), hill-hold control and parking sensors.
4. Its fuel efficiency and dynamic performance that can give you the long drives you’ve always wanted. It has a 1.6-liter engine that has an updated design for torquey performance across the rev range and a 6-speed transmission with a paddle shifter.
5. Its user friendly cabin space that’s comfortable for both driver and passenger with panoramic sunroof, suede and leather accent dark interior, 10-inch Android infotainment audio system with a GPS Navi system, Wifi, Bluetooth and USB connectivity, luggage area with 60:40-split rear seats and storage space, automatic wipers and lights, a keyless push start system and a cruise control speed limiter.
The Vitara will be available in two variants: GL+ and GLX.
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