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Suzuki to sizzle at JIMS

2011-09-13 07:16

ATTRACTION: The Suzuki Alto will make an appearance alongside other Suzuki products at JIMS.

Suzuki will strut their stuff at the Johannesburg International Motor Show. Their stand will be situated outdoors on the Esplanade, opposite the lake at the Expo Centre Johannesburg.

The Suzuki Adventure Zone will not only feature Suzuki Auto South Africa’s range of passenger cars and SUV's, but will also host Suzuki SA’s latest motorcycles.

In addition, Suzuki’s all-terrain vehicles will be celebrating four decades of going anywhere, anytime at the Suzuki 4x4 stand.

One of the stars of the Suzuki display will be the Kizashi, Suzuki’s first foray into the medium car category. The Kizashi will be shown in both standard and Sport versions.


The Swift S-Concept, based on the recently launched Swift, is lower and wider than the standard model, featuring more aggressive styling, larger wheels and an uprated drivetrain.

Also making its JIMS debut is the Splash, which is being considered for release in South Africa.

Another Suzuki passenger car that will be on show is the SX4 sedan. It offers the same combination of appeal, style and extensive standard feature with a larger boot.

The Alto and the Swift vehicles which took part in the Total Economy Run will be displayed in their full Economy Run livery.

Other Suzuki products to be displayed at JIMS include the SX4 hatchback, Jimny 4x4 and the Grand Vitara.

Suzuki SA’s motorcycle display will include tourers, commuters, scooters, enduro bikes and ATVs. Among the showcased models will be a GSX1250A grand tourer, a DL650 dual-purpose commuter, a RM-X450Z enduro machine, and the LT-F250 utility ATV.

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