Ok, with their great reliability a Suzuki is never gonna die on you, so why have we put a bucket list together?
Well, after taking you anywhere and everywhere you’ve ever wanted to go, we thought we’d flip the tables and compile a list of places your Suzuki might want to travel.
Jimny – Australia’s next top model.
Our iconic four wheel drive has pretty much conquered every hard-to-reach corner of Australia with its 130 NM of torque, but there is one terrain it has never felt under its tires: the runway at Fashion Week. With its small wheelbase and showstopping ALL GRIP drivetrain not only will it fit on the catwalk, but the 4x4 will probably own it.
S-Cross – Art meets art
The S-Cross with its 430L boot is a small SUV that has been described by many dealers as a work of art itself. So, a trip to the NGV or Mona might be high on this compact SUV’s list. In fact, with an S-Cross in the carpark, these galleries will have a new exhibit on their hands.
Swift – An unexpected encounter.
Wycliffe Well, Northern Territory is renowned for being a UFO hot spot for in Australia. The iconic hatchback on the other hand with its 1.4 BOOSTERJET engine is an IFO; an Identifiable Flying Object (at least in the metaphorical sense) and should give those UFO spotters something new to discuss.
Baleno – Fit for Royalty
After winning the Wheels Awards 2021, Baleno is the reigning king of small hatchbacks. So, what better than to treat it with a trip to Paronella Park; a site known for hosting royalty. All hail, for this epic small hatchback.
Vitara – Jurassic Carpark
The Vitara is a small SUV known for its spirit of adventure and the perfect companion for any expedition so why not head to New South Wales to the site of a 96-million-year-old dinosaur footprint. But don’t expect to be the only SUV heading that way; after all, they do move in herds.
Ignis – The red (dust) carpet
As hatchbacks go, the Ignis looks great on the big screen and also in front of a big screen. So, take it to a drive-in cinema, or better still take it to the rare Uluru drive-in cinema that only opens a few times a year, we’ve heard that it rocks.