Suzuki Spruces Up Splash
(Wednesday 4 July 2012)
Suzuki doesn't make changes to the little Splash mini-MPV very often, and when it does they tend to be quite minor. That's certainly the case with the latest revisions, which are almost entirely to do with styling.
The only real exception is that the new front and rear bumpers, which give the Splash a larger "face", also make it 60mm longer than before. Other exterior features include a redesigned bonnet and front grille, plus the addition of an optional metallic paint colour called Sparkling Blue.
Inside, there's a new design for the seat fabric along with a Piano Black finish to the centre console and black cloth trim on the front-door armrests.
Other than that, there are no changes, so you still get a 67bhp one-litre petrol engine with the SZ2 and SZ3 trim levels and a 93bhp 1.2 with SZ3 and SZ4. There's no diesel in the range, but automatic transmission is available on the SZ4.
List prices remain as they were, ranging from £9325 for the SZ2 to £12,000 for the automatic. However, Suzuki's "VAT free" offer is currently being applied across the whole range, and means that an SZ2 is actually available for £7777.