• Feb 13, 2007
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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      • 7 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
      • 7 Years Ago
      I'm with everyone else. SX4 sedan. Suzuki doesn't have a small tranverse V6 engine.
      • 7 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
      • 7 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.