For The Splash looks cute inside and out, and the cabin is impressively spacious for a small car. It's good to drive, too.
Against The tiny boot limits its overall practicality, it's pricey and a few details are annoying, like the hard-to-read rev counter.
The Suzuki Splash is surprisingly good to drive and the spacious cabin defies its small size, but there are cheaper and more generously kitted alternatives.
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The Suzuki Splash comes with a choice of 1.0-litre and 1.2-litre petrol engines. Both are capable of worthy performance, but you'll only tap into it once the revs rise above 4000rpm. Both are smooth, though, so giving them plenty of revs is no hardship.
All versions have decent standard kit, including electric front windows, remote central locking, a CD stereo and a leather-covered steering wheel with audio controls. Higher-trim cars add alloy wheels, air-conditioning, front foglamps and rear privacy glass, but when the standard model is so well equipped, we'd save ourselves the cash.
Being one of the first people to own this car in the uk, Having now owned this car for 9 months, Its a great little car, It now has 10,000 miles on…
Having test-driven a few other cars after this one, I came back to it and bought one because it was the best value car for the money. Since I bought…
A really great little car - so comfortable, smooth & quiet engine, decent ride, and a really smooth automatic transmission. Everything works well.…
I have only owned this car for two months and am delighted with its performance both with town and motorway driving, but agree that it needs to be…
The entry-level 1.2 offers a fine mix of price, pace and space. It also comes with loads of kit and is good to drive.