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Motor Authority claims to have the in on what Suzuki's bringing to the Geneva Motor Show in early March. According to the website, the Japanese automaker will be debuting a mid-sized sedan based on the SX4. Unlike the SX4, it will be front-wheel drive only and not be offered with a diesel engine. We assume this new car is not the sedan version of the SX4 we've seen in various spy shots, since it's being called a mid-size. It is, however, destined for markets beyond Europe, including the U.S. where it will probably get a V6 instead of the 1.6L motor that will be on display with it in Geneva.
Suzuki will show us a new Wagon R+ in Geneva that supposedly takes its styling cues from the Splash Concept shown at the Paris Motor Show last year. The Wagon R is a big seller for Suzuki in Japan and holds its own in the European market. The current design is looking a little dated, so we're curious to see whether the Splash treatment will be a refresh or a total redesign.

[Source: Motor Authority]


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      • 8 Years Ago
      Here is a link to the Indian Wagon R made by Suzuki in India - Suzuki is ramping up their production in India -

      http://www.marutiwagonr.com/home.asp
      • 8 Years Ago
      I'm with everyone else. SX4 sedan. Suzuki doesn't have a small tranverse V6 engine.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I'll bet anything it is the sedan version of the SX4. It made its official debut in December 2006 as the Tianyu SX4 at the Beijing Auto Show:
      http://www.edmunds.com/insideline/do/News/articleId=118791
      • 8 Years Ago
      Remember, In Europe C Class cars like the SX4 sedan that has been shown before are "mid sized" cars. Americans have a different train of thought when it comes to size.