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5 cheapest cars on offer from Suzuki

Suzuki is one of South Africa’s most popular car brands, as evidenced by recent sales figures, coming in third place behind the local juggernauts that are VW and Toyota.

Suzuki’s local success can largely be attributed to its extensive range of cars that are both economical and affordable.

We had a look at the five cheapest Suzukis you can currently buy in South Africa.


Suzuki S-Presso 1.0 GL – R156,900

The second-cheapest car available in South Africa, the S-Presso is a small crossover that’s powered by a 1.0-litre petrol engine producing 50kW and 90Nm.

Paired with a five-speed manual transmission, this car can manage a combined fuel consumption of as low as 4.9l/100km.

Inside, you’ll find seats that are a mix of vinyl and cloth, rear park distance control, manual air-conditioning, a multi-information driver’s display, electric front windows, and 239-litres of luggage space.

The Suzuki S-Presso comes with a 5-year/200,000km warranty, a 2-year/30,000km service plan, and 5-year/unlimited-kilometre roadside assistance.


Suzuki Celerio 1.0 GA – R174,900

With an impressive combined fuel consumption of 4.4l/100km, the Celerio is the most fuel-efficient car on this list.

This is thanks to a 1.0-litre petrol engine with an output of 49kW and 89Nm, driving the front wheels via a five-speed manual gearbox.

This entry-level hatchback also features fabric upholstery, a multifunction steering wheel, a stop/start system, rear parking sensors, manual AC, a multi-information driver’s display, and 295-litres of interior storage.

The Suzuki Celerio includes a 5-year/200,000km warranty, a 2-year/30,000km service plan, and 5-year/unlimited-kilometre roadside assistance.


Suzuki Swift 1.2 GA – R189,900

Suzuki’s most popular car by far – outselling the Vitara Brezza three-fold – the Swift accounted for nearly half of all Suzuki sales in April and was the second-best-selling car overall.

Now in its third generation, the latest Swift uses a 1.2-litre petrol engine which gives it 61kW and 113Nm. With its five-speed manual, this hatch can do 4.9l/100km on a combined cycle.

Buyers can expect a chrome-accented grille, electric windows, manual air-conditioning, rear park distance control, fabric seats, and 268-litres of storage.

The Suzuki Swift gets a 5-year/200,000km warranty, a 2-year/30,000km service plan, and 5-year/unlimited-kilometre roadside assistance.


Suzuki Dzire 1.2 GA – R189,900

Employing the same 1.2-litre engine as the Swift, Suzuki’s entry-level sedan also generates 61kW and 113Nm – the same as the hatchback.

This means it does an identical 4.9l/100km with its five-speed manual transmission.

Features consist of electronically-adjustable side mirrors with built-in indicators, electric windows, manual AC, a four-speaker sound system, 378-litres of luggage space, front fog lamps, and fabric seats.

The Suzuki Dzire offers a 5-year/200,000km warranty, a 2-year/30,000km service plan, and a 5-year/unlimited-kilometre roadside assistance.


Suzuki Ignis 1.2 GL – R204,900

The Ignis crossover uses the same 1.2-litre engine found in the Swift and Dzire, with output remaining unchanged at 61kW and 113Nm.

However, likely due to its larger size the Ignis has a slightly higher fuel consumption of 5.1l/100km.

Standard offerings comprise a Bluetooth sound system, electric windows, manual air-conditioning, electric wing mirrors, a multifunction steering wheel, fabric seats, a USB port, and a digital information display.

In the boot, the Ignis also swallows up to 260 litres of cargo.

The Suzuki Ignis comes with a 5-year/200,000km warranty, a 2-year/30,000km service plan, and 5-year/unlimited-kilometre roadside assistance.


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