Suzuki SX4 Update for 2011

2011 Suzuki SX4 Model Update

2011 Suzuki SX4 Model Update

Suzuki has continued its ongoing commitment to safety and value with the addition of side and curtain airbags to its entry-level SX4 hatch.

The revision sees the full SX4 model range now standard with both Electronic Stability Control (ESC) and six airbags – all at no extra charge to the customer.

Suzuki Australia General Manager Tony Devers said the improvement will add extra value to the already feature-packed small car.

“The SX4 has always been one of the best value choices in its class combining performance, efficiency and Suzuki’s legendary reliability.

“It set a new vision for small crossovers when it first launched in 2007 with its unique combination of style, space, high driving position, practicality and fuel economy.

“Plus the SX4 is not just made for the city – it can handle the great outdoors too. The option of an intelligent All-Wheel Drive (i-AWD) system means the SX4 caters to all lifestyles.

“And now with the added safety of six airbags across the range – at no extra expense to our customers – the SX4 is also one of the safest for any adventure you throw at it. At just $20,490 plus on roads, the SX4 is compulsory driving for anyone considering a quality small car,” said Devers.

2011 Suzuki SX4 Model Update

The announcement comes soon after Suzuki was awarded a 5-star ANCAP safety rating for both the 2011 model Swift and Kizashi.

Boasting seven airbags including driver knee airbag and ESC as standard equipment across their range, the all-new Swift and Kizashi are proof of Suzuki’s firm commitment to improve vehicle safety.

“Safety remains a top priority for Suzuki engineers when designing our range of vehicles. Combine this with Suzuki’s renowned sporty handling and value-for-money philosophy and the Suzuki range becomes an obvious choice for new car buyers,” said Devers.

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