Pricing and full specification announced for the Suzuki Vitara

February 19, 2015

Suzuki has announced the pricing and specification details for its all-new Vitara crossover. Goes on sale from this April.

Suzuki Vitara is the latest crossover range model to join the Nissan Juke, Renault Capture, Skoda Yeti and upcoming Honda HR-V.

The Vitara made its public debut at last year’s Paris Motor Show with a new look, smaller propositions, new engines and a vast personalisation options. The new five-door compact SUV goes on sale in the UK from this April, price starts from £13,999 as a basic list price.

Let’s take a look at the top five things that you should know about the new Suzuki Vitara –


Looking at the images of Suzuki Vitara, we can surely say – the company has worked hard to provide a different look. It includes a sharp crease along its flanks, wraparound headlights and Range-Rover styled nose. The Vitara is one of the best looking car from Suzuki range. If you have get bored seeing the Nissan Juke and Renault Capture then Vitara would be the ideal choice for you !


It looks bit plain on the inside, but its standard equipment list are very generous.

Suzuki Vitara Side View

The Suzuki Vitara will be offered in SZ4, SZ-T and SZ5 grades. All its models including entry level SZ4 comes with alloy wheels, seven airbags, electric windows, projector headlamps, a DAB digital radio with USB and Bluetooth connectivity, cruise control with speed limiter and air conditioning as standard.

The middle range SZ-T (priced from £15,499 as a basic list price) model benefits from 17 inch silver painted alloy wheels, Smartphone link audio, navigation system and rear privacy glass.

The top-range SZ5 (priced from £17,999 ) model receives 17 inch polished alloy wheels, LED projector headlights, keyless entry with auto start and stop button, adaptive cruise control, panoramic sun roof and radar brake support.


Suzuki Vitara rear View

At the launch, Suzuki Vitara will be available in one 1.6 litre petrol and one 1.6 litre diesel engine. The 1.6 litre petrol engine will be available with an optional ALLGRIP four wheel drive system on SZ5 model only. It costs at £1,800 premium over the two wheel drive 1.6 SZ5.

CO2 emissions for the front wheel drive petrol stand at 123g/km (grams per kilometre) while the diesel drop as low as 106g/km.


Suzuki offers a range of 10 bright color options to customise the Vitara. The interior main dash panel can be finished in a selection of four shades. This is exciting as it means buyers can add their own personal touch.

There are two styling pack available for the exterior – ‘urban’ and ‘rugged’ option at £500.

  • The urban packs features chrome plated fog lamps bezels, a roof spoiler and body-side moldings.
  • The rugged package features front and rear skid plats, fog lamps bezels, body-side moldings and loading edge protection.


The Suzuki Vitara is competitively priced. The entry level 1.6 litre SZ4 model starts at £13,900 as a basic list price and the top spec 1.6 litre diesel SZ5 model rise to £21,299.

The all-new Suzuki Vitara will be going on sale in UK from April.

What do you think about the new Suzuki Vitara? Would you be interested in getting it?