2023 Author: Eric Donovan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-08-25 09:36
The Japanese manufacturer Suzuki is freshening up its Microvan Splash quite sparingly. Slight changes to the front and rear as well as the upholstery characterize the revised model.
Suzuki has revised the appearance of the Splash and is still offering the small car in conjunction with the 1.0-liter basic three-cylinder (50 kW / 68 PS) from 9,990 euros. Except for the new front of the vehicle, the 3.78 meter long van remains largely unchanged.
The look is characterized, among other things, by a slightly rounded bonnet, as well as an enlarged radiator grille and multi-reflector headlights. Air outlet holes on the bumper mark the innovations at the rear. The interior has been refreshed with a new upholstery design.
Basis: three-cylinder without ESP
The basic equipment, which works without ESP, radio and air conditioning, is only available for the three-cylinder. Six airbags, ESP, air conditioning, a CD radio, steering wheel controls, heated seats and two ISOFIX child seat attachments are part of the “Club” equipment line, which costs 2,000 euros more. A 69 kW / 94 PS strong 1.2-liter four-cylinder is only available in the Club version and costs from 12,790 euros. As an alternative to the five-speed manual transmission, Suzuki also has a four-speed automatic in its range for the four-cylinder for an extra charge of 1,300 euros. (spx)
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