'The Suzuki Dzire is the perfect day-to-day runaround car' - Jacob Moshokoa
In the car feature, automotive journalist Jacob Moshokoa chats about his experience driving around with the Suzuki Dzire.
Moshokoa says that he has been test driving the new Suzuki Dzire, which is a new derivative from the Suzuki brand.
What they have done here is that they have brought an alternative to the (Suzuki) Swift.Jacob Moshokoa, automotive journalist
As you know, the Suzuki Swift is an entry level hatchback car which has done quite well in South Africa says Moshokoa.
He adds that the Suzuki is trying to penetrate that market that Polo has with their Vivo, and Ford has with their their Fiesta's.
The price of this car is perfectly set up at R165 000 as the base price.Jacob Moshokoa, automotive journalist
A lot of people are looking to downgrade so this is the perfect day-to-day runaround car says the automotive journalist.
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