The Suzuki Vitara all set to return
The Suzuki brand are well known all around the world for being a dominant leader in the motorbike sector and a good strong seller in the car industry also. The brand were founded back in 1909 and have since then gone on to see much success with the GSXR line up from the motorbike side of the company and the Swift in the car sector.
Suzuki has certainly expanded over the years as we now see that the company has a total of 35 facilities located around the world and it has been stated that the Suzuki brand are the second biggest Japanese company to produce trucks and city cars. One of big vehicles that originally brought Suzuki to the dance was the Vitara. The first version of this car was launched back in 1988 and proved to be a firm seller for the mass manufacturer across various countries world wide. It has been confirmed that the model is all set to return to our streets and we can expect our fist glimpse of the car to come this October live from the Paris motor show and an expected launch for the car expected to come in the Spring time of next year.
What can you expect to see come along with the new Suzuki Vitara?
Suzuki have confirmed that the car will benefit from a range of both petrol and diesel engines although exact specifications on this engine line up is still yet to be confirmed by Suzuki directly. The vehicle is coming in the form of a mid sized crossover vehicle and a number of images have been displayed online recently showing what the car will look like.
From the images that have been released of the vehicle, we see that the car will be made available in a two tone paint scheme,blacked out window pillars and a brand new redesigned roof will also find its way onto the car. It has also been confirmed that various colour and trim options will also go on sale with the car when it launches next year but we currently do not know anymore on this until Suzuki confirm some brand new details closer to the Paris motor show. The majority of these Vitara models have been confirmed to be front wheel drive variants an all grip option however will come along as an optional extra.
With the mid size SUV market exploding over the recent number of years with thanks to vehicles like the Qashqai and the Rav4 from Toyota, can Suzuki maintain their high ranking in the SUV market with the re introduction of the Vitara?
The future for the Suzuki Vitara
Unfortunately Suzuki are yet to confirm a price tag that will come along with the Vitara model but we do expect to hear more on this closer to October when the car will be officially revealed from the Paris motor show. The launch of the car is expected to come from Spring 2015 with an exact date expected to be announced soon also.