2014 Suzuki Splash – First introduced as city car in 2008, Suzuki Splash has faced many massive improvements until the company finally release its new generation this year. Constantly since its first production, the mini MPV, which is also marketed as Agila, is a result of joint production between Suzuki Motor Corporation and Adam Opel AG.
Everyone should agree that Suzuki is always good at making small cars, for example, 2014 Suzuki Splash which is surprisingly has the ability to carry more passenger than we ever expected regarding its cute and small looks from the outside. And it seems to Suzuki not only doing great for the space, but also the efficiency. Maintaining its small appearance, this car comes with more aerodynamic design and some improvements on its element, in order to keep up with its rival such Volkswagen Up Hatchback and Ford Fiesta Hatchback. The design is considered smart and well-proportioned with seven body paint options that will give another excitement for the buyers.
As we mentioned before that 2014 Suzuki Splash offers you larger and roomier cabin compared to its other rivals. The high roofline also really helps, it successfully makes the cabin feel bigger than the actual size. It also offers comfortable seats that make a good driving position, despite it lacks of steering adjustment, and satisfying all-around visibility which is good for outward viewing. You can conjure the rear side in to the cargo room by folding the rear seats to get a maximum loads capacity of 573 liters, which is considered impressive for a mini MPV with length of 3715mm. with those nice interior features packaged in simple and attractive design, Suzuki Splash 2014 seems still to fix some drawbacks. The boot is small that passenger could not carry as many luggage as they expect and the cheap looking plastics material is somehow ruin the interior design. You can’t also avoid the noise that comes from the engine especially when it runs fast.
2014 Suzuki Splash’s performance is quite pleasing regarding its cheap engine line ups and slower speed than 2013 Mercedes Benz CLS Class. The first choice is 1.0 liter petrol 3V engine that delivers 68 PS and 65 lb-ftof torque via five-speed manual transmission. Then move to another 1.2 liter petrol 4V engine that pulls out 94 PS and 87 lb-ft of torque, also transmitted by five-speed manual. The last line up is 1.2 liter petrol 4V engine with 94 PS and 118 lb-ft of torque, transmitted by four-speed automatic.
2014 Suzuki Splash’s price range starts from £9,599 to £11.879. It is too much cheaper than 2013 Jaguar XF.
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