Suzuki has teamed up with the 2010 Vitality Show at London's Earls Court on 18th - 21st March 2010 to become the show's official car sponsor. The show is the UK's largest health, beauty and wellbeing event with over 350 companies, including Suzuki, exhibiting.
Suzuki will be running a competition on its stand to win a new car; all visitors need to do is answer five simple questions to be in with a chance to win a Suzuki Alto.
Also on the stand will be a colour consultant, giving visitors a short consultation on which colour in the Suzuki range best suits their personality and supporting the stand theme of "matching the right colour to you".
Suzuki is displaying four models from its stylish and exciting range; the Suzuki Alto; Suzuki Splash, 3-door Suzuki Grand Vitara and the ever popular Suzuki Swift. With the new registration plates just in and scrappage entering its last phase, now is a great time to come and see what Suzuki can offer you.
The Suzuki Alto is one of the lowest emitting family cars on the market. It is the latest model in the Suzuki line-up and is powered by a three-cylinder 68 bhp 1.0-litre engine producing emissions of just 103 g/km; ideal for consumers focusing on cutting costs and increasingly turning to smaller cars with low CO2 and running costs.
Suzuki Alto has a combined consumption of 64.2 mpg; sits in the lowest insurance group rating of 1E and qualifies for £35 annual road tax (VED Band B) making it a very attractive prospect for city car buyers.
Suzuki has four low emissions cars that cost just £35 per year for annual VED including the Suzuki Splash 1.0 GLS and Suzuki Swift 1.3 DDiS. The Suzuki Splash GLS features a 68 bhp 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol engine producing 120 g/km of CO2 and fuel consumption of 56.5 mpg, the Suzuki Splash provides both an economical and stylish car which delivers the same fun-to-drive character, and confidence-inspiring handling thanks to the same technology used on the highly acclaimed Suzuki Swift.
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