Suzuki has unveiled a black version of the reborn Katana at the Milan International Motorcycle Show.
The new Suzuki Jimny has already attracted record demand from customers in the UK.
Europeans don't like diesels anymore and Suzuki and Mitsubishi know this.
New Suzuki Jimny draws plenty of attention in Paris.
Famous for modifying cars like the Nissan GT-R, the Japanese tuner has turned its attention to something much more humble.
The new Jimny ain't no Nissan Juke rival, but an old school, go-anywhere 4x4.
The revamped crossover goes on sale in Europe this month with two turbocharged gasoline engines.
Despite its shortcomings, the old Jimny had a cult following, and its successor follows the same formula.
Germany is one of the first European markets that has put a price on the new Suzuki Jimny.
The crossover's 3-star rating was indicative of its low performance during adult occupant protection tests.
The Japanese automaker has dissolved its last remaining car-making partnership in China.
The automaker's sold some 4.6 million of these in Japan in a quarter of a century.
The Buildbase Suzuki GSX-R1000R replica is limited to just 50 units.
Liberty Walk's take on the Suzuki Jimny is a very aggressive one.
Suzuki and Mazda have joined Mitsubishi, Nissan, and Subaru in conducting improper fuel economy and emissions tests.
The updated Vitara ditches the naturally aspirated 1.6 in favor of a 1.0 and a 1.4 turbo units.
Suzuki's latest Hustler looks ready to take on the Mini Countryman and Fiat 500X.
Suzuki offered the previous iterations of the Jimny as convertibles, too, so the new one could follow the same route.
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