1. Ivan Leon

    Maruti 1.5L Diesel : Official Review (Ciaz, Ertiga) - India

    What you'll like: • Quite an all-rounder of a diesel engine • Top-class refinement levels! Very smooth experience • Improved driveability, decent highway performance & relaxed cruiseability • Sweet 6-speed manual gearbox is a joy to use • Fuel-efficient nature, whether in the city or on the...
  2. Ivan Leon

    2019 Maruti Suzuki WagonR : Official Review (India)

    The Maruti WagonR is on sale in India at a price of between Rs. 4.20 - 5.70 lakhs (ex-Delhi). What you'll like: • Unbeatable practicality, with a value-for-money price tag • Spacious interiors. Ingress & egress are effortless too • 340-liter boot has almost doubled in size (compared to the...
  3. Ivan Leon

    9 Maruti Suzuki models meet crash test norms (India)

    According to a media report, 9 out of 15 Maruti Suzuki cars currently on sale in India meet the new crash test norms that will come into effect from October 1, 2019. These include the S-Cross, Ciaz, Ertiga, Vitara Brezza, Baleno, Swift, Dzire, Ignis and Celerio. Passenger cars like the...
  4. Ivan Leon

    Maruti Vitara Brezza : Official Review

    Full report and many more pics here:
  5. Ivan Leon

    Maruti-Suzuki S-Cross : Official Review

    The Maruti S-Cross will be launched in India in August 2015. What you’ll like: • Solid build & good quality, inside out • Powerful 1.6L diesel with 320 Nm of torque. Superb mid-range and top-end performance • Mature ride & handling package. High speed behaviour is exceptional • Practical...
  6. Ivan Leon

    Suzuki launches Ciaz sedan in SA

    Besides being a solid and neatly styled contender, one of this new Suzuki sedan's major selling points is that it offers more metal for the money. 4490mm long and 1736mm wide, the new Suzuki Ciaz is quite a bit bigger than the compact sedans it's priced against, such as the Kia Rio sedan...
  7. Ivan Leon

    Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 : Official Review

    The Maruti Alto K10 has been launched in India at a price of between Rs. 3.06 - 3.81 lakhs (ex-Delhi). What you'll like: • A much improved Alto K10 at the same price point • The cheapest automatic car available in India. VXI AMT starts at merely Rs. 3.80 lakhs • Power-to-weight ratio of 91...
  8. Ivan Leon

    Suzuki's Alto replacement leaked

    The eager-beaver marketing mavens at Suzuki GB have released details of the Celerio city car, due to go on sale in Britain in February 2015. This has stirred up a bit of a hornet's nest among their colleagues at Suzuki SA, who were hoping to keep the replacement for the entry-level Alto under...