Suzuki - Tilsun Car Leasing provides leasing options for a fantastic range of brand-new SUZUKI vehicles. See below for our full range.
1.5 Hybrid SZ5 5dr AGS
Petrol/Electric Hybrid | Automatic
£294.71 inc VAT /month
1.5 Hybrid Ultra 5dr AGS
Petrol/Electric Hybrid | Automatic
£327.58 inc VAT /month
1.8 Hybrid Ultra 5dr CVT
Petrol/Electric Hybrid | Automatic
£332.57 inc VAT /month
1.2 Dualjet 83 12V Hybrid SZ5 5dr Auto
Petrol | Automatic
£229.81 inc VAT /month
1.2 Dualjet 12V Hybrid SZ5 5dr CVT
Petrol | Automatic
£221.17 inc VAT /month
Suzuki is one of the top ten manufacturers of automobiles worldwide. The Japanese multinational corporation manufactures automobiles, motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), outboard marine engines and wheelchairs.
Suzuki’s philosophy is “the future is bright because they've always made products that people want in their lives, and that's never going to change” *
Formed as a family company by Michio Suzuki in 1909, manufacturing weaving looms during the boom times of the Japanese Silk industry; by the 1930s, Suzuki wishing to diversify the business, took an interest in producing a small motor vehicle.
After various prototypes, the project was abandoned due to the onset of World War Two. Post-war, Suzuki continued with the loom business; however, the market collapsed in 1951, and Suzuki returned to the original project of producing motorised vehicles.
Japanese people now needed affordable, reliable personal transportation. Suzuki produced the “Power Free” 36 ccs -1 horsepower two-stroke engine-assisted pedal bike. This was a turning point; by 1954, the business produced 6,000 motor bicycles a month and changed its name to Suzuki Motor Company Limited.
With the Kei Class (small car) car legislation introduced by the Japanese government, which restricted size, engine capacity and power output, Suzuki produced its first car, the Suzulight SF; SF stood for Suzuki 4-wheel car.
This little car was 117 inches long and 51 centimetres wide, with a transverse, two cylinders, 2 stroke engine, drum brakes all around and rack and pinion steering, a feature far ahead of its time. Suzuki SF fitted nicely into the people’s car programme, a recently announced Japanese ministry Transport incentive.
The Suzulight series of cars was launched in 1955 with three models, a saloon (SS), a light van (SL) and a pickup (SP). Suzuki used the Suzulight brand until 1967. The final car to use the name was the Fronte LC10, replaced by the Suzuki Fronte 800, which was to become the Suzuki Alto in the 1980s.
The Japanese government created the Kei car category in 1949, and the regulations have been revised several times. These regulations specify a maximum vehicle size, engine capacity, and power output so owners can enjoy tax and insurance benefits. 
In the mid-1960s, Suzuki intended to build a Kei class off-road vehicle, and an opportunity arose to buy the Hope Motor Company, which had been working on a 4-wheel drive concept, the Hopestar ON360. Suzuki rebranded this as the LJ 10, which was introduced in 1970.
This rugged, genuine 4-wheel drive vehicle sold 2.85 million units across 194 countries. Now in its fourth generation, it's been known as the Chevrolet Samurai, the Maruti Gypsy Suzuki Samurai, Suzuki Santana and even the Suzuki Fox in Iceland.
The Jimny was designed to fit into government regulations; unfortunately, 50 years later, it fell foul in Europe of government regulations.
Due to its CO2 emissions and tightening EU standards, the well-loved Jimny had to be withdrawn from European sales in 2020.
The JB64 is now assembled in India and made solely for African and Middle Eastern export markets.
The Suzuki Cappuccino was a small 2 door two-seater sports car with a detachable hard top. It was made between 1991 and 1998 and designed to Kei class specifications. Weighing only 720Kg, the Cappuccino was powered by a turbocharged 3-cylinder 657cc DOHC engine.
Enjoying a cult status, it was only available in the United Kingdom from 1992 onwards, initially struggling to get British national type approval. Launched at the British international motor show, it was awarded the best sports car under £20,000 at the show in October 1993.
In Japan and the tight import quota of Japanese products in the UK, only 1,110 cars were registered between 1993 and 95.
Suzuki made a revised version of the car in 1995 (EA21R); however, due to the EU Commission’s stricter emissions controls, Japan's board decided not to proceed with the European market; any unsold cars were registered on the 30th of September 1995.
Looking back at where Suzuki has come from helps you understand what they offer today; as a specialist in innovative small city cars, great value for money, and give their customers what they want.
The versatile Suzuki Ignis is a compact car with the feel of a spacious SUV, easy-to-use smartphone connectivity, individual sliding rear seats and a mild hybrid engine that gives you 56.9*mpg. It comes in two trim levels, SZT and SZ5, giving you Suzuki’s Allgrip 4-wheel drive option.
The sporty Suzuki Swift, with its super sleek design and mild hybrid technology and plenty of added features such as LED headlights and 16-inch alloy wheels, adaptive cruise control and, from a safety point of view, includes radar brake support.
59.7* mpg from the 5-speed manual and 55.3* mpg from the CVT automatic come available in three trim levels, SZL and SZT, on top of the range SZ5.
Suzuki Swift Sport, a 129bhp hot hatch, comes with 17” alloy wheels, keyless entry dual alloy exhaust pipes rear upper spoiler dual sensor brake support system. Make it your own by choosing from a range of strong colours and styling kits.
Is a spacious full hybrid estate car packed with tech. The Swace is a perfect combination of sporty styling and elegant simplicity. The roomy interior has a generous 596-litre* boot, space for all; enjoy low fuel costs and lower missions with this full hybrid.
Combining a powerful hybrid electric motor with the 1.8-litre petrol engine, the Swace packs some serious power resulting in a smooth, seamless drive; what’s more, the Swace has a CVT automatic transmission as standard. Available in two trim levels, SZTS and SZ5.
The Suzuki Vitara, now in its fourth generation, has a new rugged look on the strength of optional all-grip 4-wheel drive. The Vitara comes in two trim levels, SZT and SZ5 5, the latter benefits from a panoramic sunroof.
Both trim level options have a mild hybrid 1.4 booster jet engine, and for the first time, there is a full hybrid available with a 1.5 petrol engine, an MGU electric motor, and 6 speed GS automatic gearbox.
The new Suzuki S cross is packed with advanced safety tech and standard with muscular SUV styling both inside and out; the latest version of this popular SUV has (dependant on model choice) Allgrip 4-wheel drive mode for every road service and the latest SUV comes with a choice of either mild hybrid or full hybrid technology move.
Safety technology includes dual sensor brake support, Lane departure prevention warning, traffic signal recognition and emergency e-call
Depending on the trim level you choose, technology is packed into the car with the 360° view camera and rear parking sensors, keyless entry, smartphone link, two-zone air conditioning, heated front seats and double sliding panoramic roof on the top-of-the-range Ultra model.
The Across 4-wheel drive plug-in hybrid (PHEV) is Suzuki’s latest full-size SUV. It certainly does not fit into Kei Class that has defined Suzuki’s motor cars!
The smart-looking high-specification car comes with an electronic 4x4, heated steering wheel, electric parking brake, LED projector headlights, 19 “Polish Alloy wheels, automatic tailgate, heated seats front and rear and LED headlights.
The combined power output of 302bhp using the 2.5-litre engine and electric motors delivers a fuel consumption of 282.4 mpg. * and a 0-62mph of 6.0 seconds.
Is a multi-vehicle manufacturer and has succeeded in many countries with motorcycles, marine engines and even wheelchairs. The cars are excellent value, well-styled dependable and people that own them like them. The future is bright.
Suzuki is a good brand, and there is no doubt that leasing a Suzuki is an excellent choice, offering a high level of technology and engineering for the price.
One of the main advantages of Personal or Business Contract Hire is that it can help you budget more effectively. Your monthly payments are fixed, so you'll always know exactly how much you need to set aside. This can be particularly useful if you're worried about your expenses increasing.
Other benefits of choosing a Contract Hire deal include a low initial payment and the ability to personalise your lease to suit your needs. Plus, with many different Suzuki models available on lease, you can get a higher-specification car for your budget.
So, if you're considering leasing your next car, check out the best Tilsun Leasing PCH deals.
 Suzuki Suzulight. (2022, August 14). In Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suzuki_Suzulight
 Suzuki Jimny. (2022, October 11). In Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suzuki_Jimny
 Suzuki Cappuccino. (2022, April 26). In Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suzuki_Cappuccino
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