2009 Suzuki Alto Video Car Review - NRMA Drivers Seat
Join NRMA's Tim Pomroy and Lisa Kable as they take a look at the new Suzuki Alto. For any of your Roadside Assistance needs, go to http://www.mynrma.com.au/join/roadside-assistance.htm
Suzuki are no strangers when it comes to selling small, light, fuel efficient cars in Australia. The original Suzuki Swift was a popular model that was economical, reliable and fun to drive. Even the Alto name used on this latest model had a run as a three-cylinder five door hatch way back in the eighties and nineties.
2010 Range Rover Sport Video Car Review - NRMA Drivers Seat
Join Scott Nargar from NRMA Drivers Seat as he has taken delivery of a new
3.0litre TDi version prior to the international launch for exclusive
Australia's Best Cars testing and evaluation. For any roadside assistance
needs go to http://www.mynrma.com.au/join/roadside-assistance.htm
2011 Suzuki Swift Car Review & Road Test Video NRMA Drivers Seat
2011 Suzuki Swift Car Review & Road Test Video NRMA Drivers Seat.
At first glance you'd be forgiven for thinking the new Suzuki was all about
smoke and mirrors. See, this second-generation Swift looks just like the
old one. But get the tape measure out and it's a different story.
The new Swift is longer, taller, and the wheelbase has grown by about 40mm,
but it retains that unmistakable Swift look of old. And as with that Swift,
Suzuki has managed to keep the starting price at 2005 levels, listing it
Powering the latest Swift is an all-new 1.4-litre engine, replacing the
older, larger 1.5-litre four-cylinder. The smaller engine produces 70kW
(down 4kW) and torque has dropped by 3Nm to 130Nm. Importantly, though, the
new car is a whopping 13 per cent more fuel efficient than the outgoing
model (5.5L/100km manual). And C02 emissions are down too.
The new design is structurally stronger than the old model and has seven
airbags and electronic stability control, which is standard across the
range. As a result, the new Swift receives a five-star ANCAP safety rating.
There are three models in the new line-up, and Suzuki has delved into its
past to revive the entry-level GA model name. The GA, priced at $15,990, is
available in manual transmission only. Next in line, the mid-spec GL,
starts at $16,690 (the four-speed auto version has a $1700 premium). The
flagship is the GLX. The manual GLX is priced at $18,990, while the auto
version breaks the $20K barrier at $20,690. The Swift Sport has been
6 Peoples Reactions to the CRAZY 900hp 3Dx Evo
We had a blast giving people rides in the Evo, even had a guest driver when
we gave Miss Thai Thai a ride after her photo shoot! See what people
thought about the car, caught a lot of people off guard.
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Suzuki Alto hatchback review - Carbuyer
Full review: http://www.carbuyer.co.uk/reviews/suzuki/alto/micro-car/review
With its desirable Swift supermini, Suzuki proved it could make a small car
with character. But while the Alto is cute, it feels bland inside. Suzuki
charges more for it than the identical Nissan Pixo (developed alongside it)
and in doing so raises expectations of quality and driver appeal. It gets
the basics right: the ride is mostly comfy, it's spacious up front and
cheap to run. However, the boot is tiny, the driving position doesn't
adjust much, and the top spec is priced against superior rivals like the VW
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Driving the Tata Nano
On a recent tour of Germany we stopped in to see what the supplier company
Continental is up to. We got to see all kinds of new technology, and we
also got a chance to drive some of the vehicles that use it. Craig Cole
took a quick spin in the Tata Nano and here's what it's like behind the
wheel of the world's cheapest car.
Top Gear Australia - Chery J1 (aka A1, A113, Face, Kimo etc)
Top Gear does a review on the first Chinese car ever sold in Australia and
they are going to take this car to the test. This video ends with 2011
Nissan GTR doing the power lap.
ENGINE: 1.3-litre four cylinder
OUTPUT: 62kW/122Nm (83.7PS)
ECONOMY: 6.7litres/100km(14.9km/L, 42mpg)
EMISSIONS: 254g/km LOLOLOLOLOLOL!!!!!!!!!!!
I'm open minded in cars so I won't pick on Chinese cars. But they need
something much better than this if they want to succeed. If you watch
Jeremy Clarkson's car years, the Japanese swamped the world with cheap and
reliable cars equipped with luxuries that others charge you extra for. They
brought the US and UK motor industry to its feet to say the least. GM tried
to compete Japanese cars on price by cutting corners, they failed. Land
Rover had to move up market because the Toyota Land Cruiser was so damn
reliable. Recently the Koreans are took that reliability factor to the next
level with 7 year warranty and now they employ good designs and quality on
their cars to make sure they have some sort to USP to brag about other than
price and reliability that you also get in other brands.
The only problem for the Chinese is, what USP can they offer? Cheap is
nothing when you can pick a better car in the used car dealer. Let alone
with the lack of luxury and safety features it has.
Team Celerio Philippines Baguio Roadtrip
Team Celerio Philippines. Baguio Fun Run February 18-20, 2011
On February 18 a group of car enthusiasts who all owns a Suzuki Celerio,
decided to go on a road trip from Manila to Baguio. It was a fun experience
for all of us, we've set up a challenge on ourselves to consume less fuel
as much as possible. There was a strict 80kph rule imposed to help as
achieve this goal.
The 8-9 hours long drive trip was tiresome but it was well worth it, we had
fun getting to know each member of the group and sharing our experiences on
both the car we love and other personal stuff as well.
So until our next stop. Go Team Celerio Philippines!
Go to www.teamcelerio.com for the full video with commentary from John and