Suzuki Verona

  Quentin Crisp once said, “If at first you don’t succeed, failure may be your style.” It’s a message Suzuki wisely took to heart in its expeditious handling of the short-lived Verona. Sold as the Daewoo Magnus internationally, the Suzuki Verona was launched on U.S. shores in model-year 2004, a reflection of Suzuki’s desire to carve its niche in the … Continua a leggere

Suzuki PX

  Unveiled at the 2005 Tokyo Motor Show the Suzuki P.X. represented a completely new shape and style for the company – one which they have not repeated since. Designed – according to Suzuki – to fulfill the requirements of middle aged Japanese men (yeah seriously), the P.X. was a minivan concept which got its styling inspiration from the American … Continua a leggere

Suzuki Mom’s Personal Wagon

  This concept has been christened a strange name. This is the Suzuki Mom’s Personal Wagon. This is Suzuki’s concept of how a Mom’s Personal Wagon should be. Ample room and equipment such as food trays for kids, low on fuel consumption for those tasks like fetching kids to and fro from tuition and school. It’s actually nothing like a … Continua a leggere