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Mighty Deck, Air Triser, And Ignis Trail Take The Stage

Suzuki has taken the occasion of the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show to present a trio of conceptual oddities in the Mighty Deck off-roader, Air Triser microvan, and Ignis Trail soft-road hatchback concepts.


Ignis Trail, Mighty Deck And Air Triser Concepts Make Web Debut

Suzuki understands how to make a tiny car look cool, showing off a whole slew of concepts for the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show at the end of October.


Steve Sutcliffe gets in an Ariel Nomad to challenge motorosser Graeme Irwin at the Sweet Lamb Rally Center in Wales. The result is this video, and it's definitely worth watching.


NHTSA has sent letters to seven automakers, including VW and Tesla, asking which of their models contain Takata airbag inflators with ammonium nitrate propellant. The agency is considering a further expansion of the recall.


Suzuki aims to create the ultimate compact hatchback with the new Baleno. In addition to the new styling, it rides on a more rigid, lighter platform and boasts a turbocharged 1.0-liter engine with 110 hp.


Suzuki continues to tease the tiny Baleno ahead of the Frankfurt Motor Show debut. The latest image shows the upcoming hatchback on the road.


A London arbitration panel approves the termination of the partnership between Volkswagen and Suzuki. It finds no fault with VW, but says Suzuki failed in one obligation.


Suzuki is teasing the introduction of its new compact Baleno for Europe at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. The chunky, little five-door hatchback is the production version of the iK-2 concept from this year's Geneva Motor Show.


Suzuki and Volkswagen look to finally free themselves from their troubled partnership. At the same time, a hedge fund is buying up a portion of the Japanese automaker due to the company's strength in India.


Toshihiro Suzuki, currently an executive vice president of his family's company, has been named its president and chief operating officer. His father remains chairman and CEO.


While the chances of a merger with GM might not be completely dead, FCA boss Sergio Marchionne is still considering many other options for a merger.


Video captured at a gas station in Jerusalem shows a woman starting a fire after a motorist filling up his Suzuki Splash refused to give her a cigarette.


Suzuki is recalling 2 million cars around the world, but the vast majority of the affected models were sold in Japan, and include a number of popular kei cars, as well as Japanese-built Chevy Cruze sedans.


Consumer Reports' 2015 motorcycle study still finds Japanese brands to be the most dependable, but riders have the most love for American models from Victory and Harley-Davidson.


A dozen mostly vintage motorcycles from former Top Gear hosts James May and Richard Hammond are crossing the auction block in the UK on April 26. The auction includes a 1970 Triton cafe racer from Hammond and a 1980 Ossa trials bike from May.


For a relatively small Japanese brand, Suzuki brought quite a bit to the Geneva Motor Show with its iK-2 and iM-4 Concepts. The vehicles show off the company's future styling, next-gen platform and two future powertrain ideas.


Suzuki is teasing two concepts for the 2015 Geneva Motor Show in March. The iM-4 might preview the look of the next Jimny, and the iK-2 could suggest the styling direction of a future Swift.


A gearshift that can slide out of the Park position without depressing the brake pedal has prompted Suzuki to recall over 60,000 examples of its SX4 and Kizashi to have the entire assembly swapped out.


Suzuki rolls out a new retro kei car with the best fuel economy of any non-hybrid in the Japanese domestic market.


Suzuki might be gone as an automaker in the US, but the brand is still driving along in other parts of the world. In fact, it even has new products in the pipeline and among them is a replacement for the venerable Jimny compact SUV (better known as the Samurai in America).


Bringing The Adventure Closer To Home

Motorcycle trends come and go like fashion, and the latest two-wheeled style du jour is the adventure bike. Chunky and rugged, these (sometimes) dirt-ready rides often take cues from the massive, Armageddon-ready rigs you'd find on the Dakar Rally. In their most neutered form, they can start as street bikes and adapt for adventure duty by adding taller suspension setups, removable saddlebags, bigger fuel tanks, and better wind protection.

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