When the Suzuki Vitara goes on sale in April it will become the cleanest non-hybrid 4x4 model available on the market, following a long line of Suzuki models that provide exceptionally low emissions and fantastic fuel economy.
Buyers of the all-new Vitara ALLGRIP DDiS model will benefit from a fuel consumption figure of 67.2mpg whilst emitting just 111g/km of CO2 emissions, completely going against the stereotype that all four-wheel drive vehicles suffer from bad fuel economy and economy performance.
The Vitara will be available with either a 1.6-litre petrol engine or a 1.6 DDiS, both produce 120HP – Standard specification for these models include 16-inch alloy wheels, DAB digital radio with USB and Bluetooth connectivity, Cruise Control with speed limiter, Air conditioning, front and rear electric windows and projector headlamps.
Once the Vitara launches in April, Suzuki will offer three low CO2 emissions 4x4 models, accounting for three out of the four most fuel efficient 4x4's on the market – the Swift 4x4 Dualjet model and the S-Cross 1.6 DDiS SZ-T, both producing low levels of CO2 emissions, 111g/km and 114g/km respectively.
Prices for the Vitara begin from only £13,999 OTR.