OMFG. If they bring that here, I will be sleeping outside a Suzuki dealership the night before. Any word on when or if it's going to arrive in America?
They've got the Kizashi...the Swift would be the next piece of the puzzle.
There has been no official word about whether or not the car will come to the U.S. However, as "Anonymous" said (the one above), I think the Swift should be the next piece in the puzzle for American Suzuki Motor Corporation.
Well I hope they bring it here soon because I am going to buy a new car within the next year and that would definitely be at the top of my list!
If they dont bring it, Suzuki wont be able to make CAFE, hence they would pretty much die.The of number of Requests for the thing, demands a US Market entry.
"If they dont bring it, Suzuki wont be able to make CAFE, hence they would pretty much die."Really? Can you provide a link or tell me how you figured that out? I'm really curious as to this.
It should be noted that for 2009, Suzuki's CAFE rating was 32.7 MPG, making it 5th of 20 with regards to import CAFE ratings. http://www.cars.com/go/advice/Story.jsp?section=fuel&story=cafe&subject=fuelList
Suzuki is going to literally die if they don't bring this vehicle over here, or unless they start to market their vehicles more.No one knows about Suzuki.
The 5k redline is interesting, I guess I am used to seeing small cars a little more high-revving than that.
The 5K redline is for the diesel.
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