Suzuki has recently pulled the wraps off its latest creation, an updated version of the Grand Vitara, which was unveiled in the United Kingdom.
After the Japanese based automaker has decided to stop its operations in the United States, Suzuki is ending up in our news once again, this time with a refreshed version of the Suzuki Grand Vitara, which was recently launched in the United Kingdom. According to the car manufacturer, the updated Suzuki Grand Vitara will go on sale in the UK this month and it’s coming with a new front grille, a new front bumper, revised foglights, black accents on the headlights for the 5-door SZ5 models and 17-inch or 18-inch alloy wheels, depending on the version chosen.
The 1.9 liter DDiS diesel engine has been upgraded for the 2013 model year and it’s now emitting lower CO2 from 179 g/km to 174 g/km. The fuel economy has been improved too, from 42.8 mpg UK to 41.5 mpg. A 16-inch temporary use spare wheel, with a 225/70 tire, has been added on the tailgate. This increased the length of the vehicle by 200 mm for the five-door and by 170 mm on the three-door models. Prices for the updated Grand Vitara start at 15,995 GBP.