Suzuki Philippines (SPH) previewed the all-new Jimny at this year’s Philippine International Motor Show (PIMS).
A peek into the look and technology of Suzuki’s next-generation cars, the 4×4 all-new Jimny features a sturdy exterior yet compact dimensions for excellent drivability. Its powerful engine can traverse both narrow city streets and rough terrain, making the vehicle an ideal companion for both urban and off-road driving.
The iconic off-roader was joined by other Suzuki popular vehicles such as the new Swift, new Dzire, new Vitara and Ciaz.
SPH showcased the special features and functions of the recently launched all-new Dzire and Swift. Visitors interested in finding out more about Auto Gear Shift (AGS) technology also had the chance to explore the Dzire. The practical sedan enables automated manual transmission with its AGS functionality, enabling Filipino drivers to enjoy the ease of driving offered by automatic vehicles with the fuel efficiency of manual transmission.
The new Swift offers improved driving experience with its maneuverability and stand-out character. Its edgier look and upgraded engine performance suit the style and needs of fun-loving millennials.
The new Vitara, 2017 CAGI Car of the Year awardee under the Subcompact Crossover Category, boasts enhanced driving and safety features. Its stylish design also offers optimum personalization to suit drivers’ diverse tastes and requirements.
The Ciaz, a top-selling Suzuki brand and the winner of Best Personal Commuter in last year’s 12th C! Magazine Awards, packs an elegant design and spacious interior. On top of these, it features fuel economy and an affordable price that combined make it an ideal subcompact sedan.
SPH offered lots of entertainment for PIMS goers this year and also shared their road safety advocacy, Suzuki Safety Scouts.
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