Japanese car maker Suzuki has its roots as a weaving-loom producer for Japan’s booming silk industry during the early 1900s.

Decades later, after finding international success exporting his weaving looms, CEO Michio Suzuki sought to diversify his company and set about producing its own small car in 1937. Within two years, several prototype vehicles had been produced.

Suzuki is perhaps best known for its Swift hatchback, Jimny and Vitara. It has earned a cult following for its quirky range of Japanese domestic vehicles, too, including the pint-sized Cappucino roadster and segment-busting Wagon R people-mover.

Suzuki Australia’s current range is made up of the Swift, Swift Sport and Baleno hatchbacks, Ignis city crossover, Vitara small SUV, Jimny baby 4WD, and the new-generation S-Cross SUV.

All new Suzukis are covered by a five-year/unlimited-km warranty.

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