Suzuki Vitara Turbo 2020
During the last couple of years, the Suzuki Vitara Turbo has faced competition from a lot of small SUVs. These include cars such as the Hyundai Kona, Toyota C-HR, Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, and Kia Altos. All these competitors have played a role in stealing sales from Suzuki. Suzuki Vitara is one of the original small SUVs. Some may argue it is THE original – because arguably, it competes with the Toyota RAV4 as the namesake that started the fad.
The turbocharged engine of The New Suzuki Vitara 2020 is well equipped and packs a lot of power.
The New Suzuki Vitara Turbo 2020 includes: spectacular emergency braking, adaptive cruise control (which holds speed very well on descents), lane-departure warning, and blind-spot monitoring and driver attention detection are standard on both the Turbo and Turbo AllGrip Vitara’s. The Vitara has a current five-star ANCAP rating.
Smaller than most of its competitors (such as a Mazda CX-3) in terms of overall size, the Vitara nevertheless punches above its weight in usability. There’s a very spacious trunk area that is able to hold a decent amount of cargo. Also, the cabin is able to comfortably fit even tall and lanky passengers.
A six-foot rear-seat passenger can sit, with acceptable comfort, behind a six-foot driver in the new Vitara. The only concern in terms of comfort is that there are no air vents in the back seat.
The storage capacity is made more useful via a bit of design thoughtfulness that has created a handy space beneath the upper floor to stash away things you’d rather not have on display.