Suzuki Vitara Leasing
Top 3 Features
Still capable off-road.
Efficient hybrid powertrain.
Why Lease A Suzuki Vitara?
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
Although similar in size to other compact SUVs, the Vitara’s more boxy shape translates to a better layout and more space for passengers in the rear. The front seats offer a range of adjustments to accommodate people of all shapes and sizes. And the larger than average door bins can take all your bottles, wallets, bits and bobs.
When it comes to carting around luggage, the Vitara offers 375 litres behind the rear seats or 1160 litres when folded down. This is slightly less than some alternatives in the segment like the Nissan Juke or the Honda HR-V, but the loading area is nonetheless wide and easy to pack.
The Vitara is now offered solely with a 1.4-litre turbocharged mild-hybrid engine, which means its sprightly performance isn’t compromised by poor economy figures. It offers a respectable 53mpg when equipped with a manual transmission and front-wheel drive. Opting for 4-wheel drive and an automatic gearbox sees that figure dip to 45mpg – this is due to the added drag of the 4WD system. These figures are in line with most rivals and, being a mild hybrid, the Vitara is subject to a slightly lower tax bracket than conventional petrol or diesel cars.
Suzuki Vitara SUVThe Suzuki Vitara is sold as a 5-door compact SUV.
The Suzuki Vitara Vs Competitors
The Vitara has scored superbly in reliability surveys and Suzuki as a brand is known for building reliable cars. All new models come with a 3-year/60,000-mile warranty.
The boot in the Vitara offers 375 litres of space with the rear seats up and 1160 litres when they’re folded. This is marginally below the class average but still decent enough to accommodate a good amount of luggage. The Honda HR-V has 448 litres, which is about as much boot space as this segment offers.
The Vitara is offered in SZ4, SZ-T and SZ5 trim levels. All are relatively well specified. However, the 4-wheel drive is only available on the upper trims. The base SZ4 comes without the touchscreen infotainment system.
Rear parking sensors have to be optioned on. However, all Vitaras come with blind spot monitoring and rear cross traffic alert as standard. Upper trims are also fitted with a reversing camera.
The base model offers low-frills motoring while the upper trims add some luxury and tech to the mix. An automatic transmission and 4-wheel drive is only available on the top trims. We would suggest the midrange SZ-T for most, as this offers a good balance of features while still being good value to lease.
The Suzuki Vitara is available with 4-wheel drive. The higher-than-average road clearance and rugged design make it the ideal compact SUV for the family that likes to venture a bit further off road.
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