Great little car, quick, cheap to run and reliable
This car is the first car that I have owned, and although I have driven my husband's VP Commodore with all of the accessories such as Power Steering, Central Locking, and Cruise Control, I still prefer my little 4 cylinder Suzuki Cino to that huge thing any day.
My car was quite cheap to buy from a private sale and it is unbelievably cheap to run. I put $23 of premium fuel in my car just once a month and the only time I run through fuel is if I drive it a little too hard, but I still get a minimum of 400 kilometres from one tank.
My Cino is quick off the mark and able to get up the speed to travel safely on the highways, and is not much slower that my husbands V6 Commodore. It can be driven normally or like a racing car and it will still drive like a dream.
The only things that I would like my little car to have would be a tachometer and a rear wiper.
The only problem I have had with it was getting touch up paint as I had go through Holden to get Suzuki to send the paint to them as my car is Metallic Turquoise.
My 1995 Suzuki Cino is the best car that I could have bought and I am incredibly happy with its performance and handling.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 24th June, 2003