The Suzuki Vitara is a five-seat, four-door small SUV favoured for its nimble driving dynamics, well-equipped cabin and choice of two petrol engines.
The Suzuki Vitara is one of the few small SUVs that can offer both a front- and all-wheel drive layout, and manual or automatic transmissions.
Within Suzuki's line-up, the Vitara is one of the most affordable SUVs and flanked by the similarly-sized Suzuki S-Cross. Appearing at the lower end of the new car market, the Vitara range starts just above $20,000 (before on-road costs) for the entry-level Rt-S and extends to the $35,000 mark for the top-spec Rt-X.
The Vitara offers a well-finished cabin and choice of two engines including a 1.4-litre turbocharged four-cylinder and a 2.0-litre naturally-aspirated engine.
While the Suzuki Vitara does have the ability to power all four wheels, this layout is best described as all-wheel drive rather than a 4x4. It's noticeably less suited to off-road duties than its Suzuki Jimny relative.
How to connect iPhone to Suzuki Vitara
The Suzuki Vitara features Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity via wired connection. As for Bluetooth connection, navigate to the phone menu and hit the pairing icon at the top of the screen to sync a phone to the Suzuki Vitara's infotainment system.