Suzuki gives us the new S-Presso which is fuel efficient and favours more pockets considered to be the world’s most affordable car.
We have seen Suzuki endlessly showcasing affordable cars. Okay, personally I consider them as ‘’Student cars’’ although that’s my opinion, but let’s be realistic, compared to the type of model you’re looking at, you are more likely to find yourself affording a Suzuki car as a ‘’Starter Pack’’.
Well, it has dropped a bomb on us recently by serving us with a much lower cost vehicle. The new Suzuki S-Presso has shown similar features of the Renault Kid and the Datsun Go, to be on the same level as competitors.
The S-Presso shows to be a fuel efficient car, light weight, and it comes in three different colours to choose from such as Orange, Grey, Blue and a clean white.
Having to do a bit of research on this car. I give it points for being fuel efficient although this will depend on ones driving style and, it has bitten the affordable range of most Suzuki cars as it came down to R147 900, this equals to R1 800 per month.
However, being a lover of big cars it has a pretty strange look to it- Per say one would believe it looks unfinished more especially at the back with just little detailing to it.
The S-Presso has been fitted with a three-cylinder engine, five-speed manual unit gearbox, and a 1.0 litre engine. Unfortunately, this car doesn’t deliver the comfortability we’re all looking for in a car, as the driver’s seat does not offer much support and it has limited allowance space as it only carries about 4 average weight people excluding the driver.
Written by: Trotmocia Ntuli