A very sweet Suzuki Alto City Baby, Spotted in China on a parking lot in the Dongba area in east Beijing. The good ‘Uki was in a good shape, but in urgent need of some love and maintenance. Purple pink paint was fine bar for some spots on the bonnet, plastic parts were all right, and almost everything was original.
An extremely rare Guangdong Wanli Suzuki Vitara JLX WLZ5020XLD, Spotted in China in the Wangjing District in Beijing. The vehicle was dusty and very dirty but otherwise in a reasonable shape. Painted in white with darkened windows, standing in steel alloys, and fitted with a fancy bull bar.
The China-made Suzuki Vitara will be launched on the Chinese car market on November 30. Price will start at 99.800 yuan and end at 159.800 yuan. The Vitara debuted in September on the Chengdu Auto Show, it is manufactured by the long-running Changan-Suzuki joint venture.
A beastly black Suzuki Vitara JXL, Spotted in China on a second hand car market in Beijing, but sadly and badly this ‘Tara was not for sale. The good old Suzuki was in very good shape, and dressed up to the max with a raised suspension, extra large wheels, a bull bar, darkened windows, a roof rack, and four search lights above the windshield.
The China-made Suzuki Vitara has been unveiled on the 2015 Chengdu Auto Show, looking very clean in light blue and a nicely shiny grille. The Suzuki Vitara is manufactured in China by the Changan-Suzuki joint venture, marking the first time the Vitara is made locally. Chinese name is Weitela (维特拉),
A very happy Suzuki Swift, Spotted in China in the Fengtai District in Beijing. The shady Suuz’ is is wrapped in an eye smoothing matte Pink wrap, and further sexed up with black windows, black window frames, darkened headlights, and sporty matte black five-twin spoke alloys.
A mellow yellow Suzuki Cappuccino, Spotted in China in the great city of Chongqing by Reader Colin, thank you for the pictures! The vehicle was seen on a second-hand car market but is was sadly not for sale, or otherwise Colin would have bought it right away (right?). The Suzuki Cappuccino is a very special sporty car, build to Japanese Kei-car specifications with a front mid-engine rear-wheel-drive layout, resulting in a perfect 50/50% weight distribution (!).
The brand new Suzuki Alivio sedan has been launched on the Chinese car market, giving Suzuki a credible competitor in the hyper competitive sub-compact sedan market. Price starts at 84.900 yuan and ends at 121.900 yuan ($14.600 – 19.640). The production version of the Alivio debuted in November on the 2014 Guangzhou Auto Show.
The brand new Suzuki Alivio sedan was officially unveiled on the 2014 Guangzhou Auto Show in China, ready for its launch on the Chinese car market next month. Price will start around 90.000 yuan and end around 140.000 yuan. The Suzuki Alivio debuted as a concept on the 2014 Beijing Auto Show, an evolution of the 2013 Suzuki Authentics Concept. Chinese name is Qiyue.
Yema is China’s most notorious clone automaker. This time they go for the Suzuki SX4, making a near-perfect clone with only a slightly revised front and rear end. The yet nameless clone is an electric vehicle, powered by a 67hp electric motor mated to a lithium-ion battery.