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  • 3 and 5-door bodystyles
  •  Longer, wider and lower with increased wheelbases
  • Spacious new cabins
  • 106PS 1.6 VVT and 140PS 2.0-litre petrol engines and 129PS 1.9-litre diesel engine
  • All-new, permanent four-wheel drive system builds on Suzuki’s off-road heritage
  • Outstanding rigidity from unique monocoque construction with ‘built in ladder frame’
  • All-round independent suspension with debut of multi-link rear offers excellent ride both on and off-road

Suzuki’s all-new, second generation Grand Vitara is longer, wider and therefore more spacious, boasts sleek new styling, and, thanks to an innovative body construction, offers exceptional refinement while still delivering the strong four-wheel drive capability for which the marque is renowned.

Entering showrooms on 15 September, 2005, the range will initially comprise a 1.6 16v VVT 3-door model and a 2.0 16v 5-door model. They will be joined late this year by the 1.9 DDiS 5-door model. The 2.0 16v will be available with an optional automatic transmission and all feature an all-new, permanent four-wheel drive system.

Suzuki has adopted two subtly different philosophies for the 3- and 5-door models to reflect the demands of the market. Thus, while the 3-door model features permanent four-wheel drive, it doesn’t feature a centre differential lock and so has been specifically designed as a ‘soft-roader’, providing all the safety benefits of a four-wheel drive system on-road – added security in greasy and slippery conditions – plus useful levels of traction in, say, muddy fields or on gravel tracks.

5-door models, on the other hand, offer a differential lock and low range that signal their full-on SUV credentials and the serious and outstanding off road capability for which Suzuki has become renowned; they will tackle tough, muddy off road conditions with ease. The four different modes provided by the system on 5-door models are easily selected via a dash-mounted rotary switch.

For the first time, Suzuki has opted for unitary, rather than body on frame, construction for the Grand Vitara. However, this doesn’t indicate a watering-down of the range’s off-roading heritage; on the contrary, while there is no longer a separate ladder chassis, ingeniously the new monocoque construction incorporates a ‘built-in ladder frame’, a series of strengthening elements incorporated into the body which provide additional rigidity to match the most traditional of off-roaders and ensure exceptional off road ability. In a sense this lightweight design is a best of both worlds, for it delivers excellent refinement and a stiff platform upon which the all-independent suspension can work at its best. That all-new suspension offers drivers a combination of driving comfort, responsive handling and off-road toughness when it counts.

The monocoque design has also enabled Suzuki to retain good ground clearance and passenger headroom while simultaneously reducing the overall height of the Grand Vitara. Increased length and width together with extended wheelbases and short overhangs result in a particularly roomy interior with impressive legroom for passengers both front and rear.

The clean, uncluttered lines of the new body styling hint at both a refined elegance and – through the flared wheelarches and the wide track front and rear – a strong dynamic capability.  The 3-door model’s shorter wheelbase and its pronounced forward sloping B-pillar provide a more muscular, more traditional SUV look.

The three engines have naturally been selected for their strong performance and efficiency. All feature drive-by-wire throttle management and advanced induction control systems to achieve excellent fuel economy. The new 106PS 1.6-litre engine also has variable valve timing and delivers 32.5mpg on the Combined cycle. All-round ability characterises the larger 140PS 2.0-litre petrol engine and its fuel consumption is not significantly lower – just 31.0mpg for the manual model. The intercooled and turbocharged diesel engine – supplied by Renault – returns 36.7mpg on the Combined cycle and the remarkably flat torque curve peaking at 221lb ft ensures the flexibility demanded by the typical SUV driver.

In true Suzuki fashion, all Grand Vitaras come exceptionally well equipped with higher levels of safety, passenger comfort and interior room.  All models feature as standard climate control air conditioning, front electric windows (plus rear on 5-door models), an integrated radio/CD player, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, tinted glass, a tilt adjustable steering column, remote central locking, reclining rear seats, folding exterior door mirrors, driver and front passenger front and side airbags, front and rear curtain airbags and an immobiliser.

The 1.6 16v VVT+ model and all 5-door models add heated electric mirrors, alloy wheels, and front fog lamps.

The background

This Grand Vitara is the third generation of the Vitara, a model range that to date has achieved sales of 100,000 in the UK and millions more around the world. The first Vitara – introduced in 1988 – pioneered a new compact SUV category, its stylish design, true all round 4x4 performance and compact capability conferring instant popularity and iconic status. By the time its replacement – the Grand Vitara – appeared in 1997, Suzuki was a market leader in compact SUVs, a position further cemented by the second generation model’s distinctive design and engineering which had moved the brand towards more sophisticated on-road performance.

In conceiving the latest range Suzuki acknowledges the inclination of a growing number of customers to choose cross-over designs that are stylish and perform well on-road. In order to widen its appeal, yet simultaneously return to its roots, the new model boasts greater sophistication than its predecessor, yet is dynamically superior both on-road as well as off.

With comprehensive upgrades that respect the Grand Vitara tradition, the new range will not only appeal to current customers, but also to those new to the brand.

Two distinct body styles

Suzuki has produced two distinct body styles, each with its own unique features and each projecting a slightly different personality.

Both 3 and 5-door models are longer and wider than their predecessors, but reduced in height. Together with increased wheelbases and wider tracks front and rear, the new Grand Vitara both looks more firmly planted and delivers greater stability during everyday driving.

Dimensions (mm)

Old 3-door

New 3-door

Old 5-door

New 5-door

Length

3905

4005

4215

4470

Width

1780

1810

1780

1810

Height

1740

1695

1740

1695

Wheelbase

2200

2440

2480

2640

Track (front/rear)

1460/1500

1540/1570

1500/1500

1540/1570

Reduced height doesn’t equal reduced headroom. The ‘built-in ladder frame’ construction when compared with the body on frame design of the previous model permits lower floor heights, in turn lowering the centre of gravity despite the high ground clearance of 200mm.

A shorter front overhang on both body styles also means that the wheels are effectively ‘pushed’ closer to the corners. This benefits interior packaging, with more of the vehicle’s overall length devoted to the cabin to deliver greater space and legroom.

Despite the increased length, the Grand Vitara makes short work of tight spaces: the turning radius for the 3-door is 5.1m, for the 5-door 5.5m, both suitably tight whether manoeuvring in multi-storeys or negotiating obstacles on forest tracks.

When traversing over rough trails, those short overhangs also inspire total confidence: approach, departure and ramp angles are 29, 36 and 20°; and 29, 27 and 19° for the 3-door and 5-door models, respectively.

Sporty lines are rugged yet refined

In developing the new Grand Vitara, Suzuki set out to achieve a design that acknowledges, yet avoids, generic cross-over styling to create an innovative SUV free of frills and with a dynamic, universal appeal.

It’s characterised by harmonious proportions and clean lines. The 5-door model exudes an understated elegance, the 3-door with its ‘crouched’ muscular form projects a more sporty persona.

In profile the styling of both models draws the eye along a line that runs from the top of the headlamp through the lower edges of the bonnet, continuing along the lower edge of the glass area and finally to the top edge of the tail-lights. The pronounced mesh grille with large Suzuki ‘S’ logo is complemented by a similar mesh grille in the front spoiler. Above is a clamshell-style bonnet featuring small air outlets in its trailing edges. Either side of the lower grille, distinctive ‘overriders’ house the circular foglamps fitted to all models bar the 1.6 16v VVT.

Muscular wheelarches are linked by raised lower door edges which extend downwards to cover the body sills, a feature which eases cabin access, creates a flush finish and reduces the likelihood of clothes being soiled on mud-spattered bodywork.                                                                                                            

3 and 5-door models receive different side window treatments: the blacked out B-pillar of the 5-door gives the impression of a single long window emphasising its elegance, while on the 3-door the B-pillar is a pronounced, forward sloping design, giving the appearance of a roll bar and underlining its more rugged styling.

The light clusters are also subtly different, with the 5-door sporting a multi-reflector/ projector beam front light combination with the indicator forming a strip along its base. The tail-lights on the 3-door are more rounded than those on its 5-door counterpart, with a chrome effect finish as opposed to a red tinted finish on the 5-door.

All models are equipped with roof rails and a spoiler along the upper edge of the tailgate.

The tailgate itself is side-hinged and opens to a full 90 degrees, but ingeniously the gas strut stops at an intermediate point of about 65 degrees. This ensures that the tailgate – with its protruding spare wheel – doesn’t accidentally swing into the path of passing traffic. It also means that when the tailgate is in the intermediate position, the right hand tail-light remains unobscured when lit at night, a novel and useful safety measure.

All Grand Vitaras feature 17 inch wheels, steel on the 1.6 16v VVT and alloy on other models including the 1.6 16v VVT+. All are shod with 225/65 R17 tyres.

Increased dimensions mean enhanced accommodation

The interior matches the external styling in spirit as well as design. While the refined atmosphere encourages occupants to relax and enjoy the ride, its sporty undertones signal the Grand Vitara’s dual personality and dynamic capabilities. Bold accents blend with classic forms in an uncluttered layout. The predominantly black interior uses bold silver highlights and circular motifs, while the seat materials use geometric designs and dimpled surfaces: high quality materials pleasing to the eye and touch.

Suzuki’s renowned attention to detail is apparent in the quality fit and finish; the smooth interior surfaces and rounded edges serve to minimise the likelihood of minor injury during aggressive off-roading, as well as looking good.

Focused chassis and body engineering plus extensive noise and vibration reduction measures have ensured smooth, relaxing progress and the new independent rear suspension offers a quantum leap in ride comfort both on and off-road.

The relatively long wheelbase of both 3 and 5-door models which effectively ‘pushes’ the front wheels forwards, permits more of the vehicle’s length to be given over to passengers and their luggage. As a result, front and rear legroom is comparable to that of models from a higher segment. The tandem distance – the distance between front and rear occupants’ hip points and a useful indicator of cabin space – is an excellent 715mm in the 3-door and 835mm in the 5-door, the latter more akin to large saloons.

The built-in ladder frame concept permits floor height and overall height to be kept relatively low while still providing ample headroom and the ground clearance essential for off road adventuring. It of course also permits easier access and loading. The shallow sloping sides, generous window area and ample leg, shoulder and headroom contribute to a roomy overall atmosphere. Rear seat passengers, like those in front, also have the benefit of reclining seats.

The load area can be opened up by folding and tumbling forward the rear seats. The split – both seat backs and bases – is 50:50 in 3-door and 60:40 in 5-door models. The rear seat in the 5-door also has a centre armrest. Little effort is required to collapse them and the seat backs are released by a lever atop the seat on 5-door models – accessible either from the load area or from the rear door – or by a lever at the seat base on 3-door models. The seat bases are released by a lever at their rear to tumble the seat fully forward.

The capacious luggage area also has an under floor compartment which can accommodate items such as a first aid kit and warning triangle. Additional storage for small items is also provided by pockets in the tailgate and side trim. All models are equipped with luggage covers, that on the 5-door folding in half to allow easier access to the load bay; both items feature ‘blinds’ at their leading edge to accommodate the rear seat reclining feature.

All major controls are positioned for intuitive operation. The main instrument cluster presents at-a-glance information via three cylinder-style dials housed beneath a large binnacle and back-lit for clarity. Remote controls for the standard radio/CD player are integrated into the tilt adjustable three spoke steering wheel, while electric window and door mirror switches are located in the door armrests.

The distinctive centre panel has a metallic outer trim surrounding a black inner finish. Located on its top edge is a digital display providing outside temperature, and real-time fuel consumption. Below are the air vents, the integrated audio system, the one-touch/rotary controls for the standard automatic climate control, and – on the 5-door – the rotary switch for the four-wheel drive system. At the base of the panel and immediately ahead of the gear lever is a storage compartment whose damped lid is opened via a push button.

Stylish circular air outlets, with metallic trim on five door models, flank the fascia on either side. 

Located between the seats is a centre armrest which on 5-door models has a sliding padded lid which can be adjusted for optimum comfort. It also lifts to reveal a deep storage compartment. Just ahead of it and beneath a damped lid with release button are two cupholders. These are also able to accommodate the portable cylindrical ashtray. At the rear of the centre console in 5-door models, and directly accessible by rear seat passengers, is a fold down lid which opens to reveal a further two cupholders. Rear seat occupants in the 3-door model have individual cupholders built in to the rear quarter trims.

As well as the capacious and lockable glove box, there are deep storage pockets located in the doors, those in the front additionally featuring bottle holders. Further storage is provided by seat back pockets on the front passenger seat (3-door) and on both front seats (5-door). A ticket holder and mirror are provided on both sun visors.

Usefully, the Grand Vitara provides two 12V accessory sockets – one located alongside the transmission lever, the other in the luggage area. There is also a series of convenience hooks distributed through the cabin enabling the safe stowage of shopping bags or take-aways. Finally, 5-door models have a luggage area light, twin map reading lights and, alongside, a sunglasses holder.

A comprehensive safety package

All Grand Vitaras boast a full array of airbags with front, side and curtain for front seat passengers plus curtain for those in the back. ISOFIX child seat anchors are also standard on the rear seats. The front seatbelts are height adjustable and incorporate pretensioners and force limiters. Rear seat passengers are also provided with three-point seatbelts and height-adjustable headrests.

In the event of an accident, the reinforced cabin structure and impact absorbing crush zones, plus the unitary design of the ‘built-in ladder frame’ construction, direct impact energy away from the cabin which has been further reinforced with door impact bars, deformation resistant members and other measures. Pedals are designed to minimise protrusion into the footwell, and a head impact protection structure supplements the curtain airbags.

Pedestrian protection measures include an energy-absorbing front structure for enhanced injury mitigation. The bumper for example uses energy-absorbing materials to help reduce the possibility of serious leg injuries.

Engines: two petrol, one diesel

Initially the Grand Vitara will be available with three engines offering a variety of performance combinations from fuel saving efficiency to uncompromising power and torque and all selected for their smooth power delivery. All feature drive-by-wire throttle control for outstanding engine management.

At launch customers can choose between two 16-valve petrol engines, a 1.6-litre powering the 3-door model or a 2.0-litre in the 5-door. They will be joined late this year by a second 5-door model which uses a 1.9-litre turbodiesel supplied by Renault.  Naturally all are Euro lV compliant.

The new 1.6-litre engine uses variable valve timing to widen the effective performance range and 106 PS at 5900rpm is matched by 107lb ft peak torque at 4100 rpm to give flexible everyday performance and a combined fuel consumption of 32.5 mpg.

The 140PS 2.0-litre delivers a combination of strong response, good economy and high levels of refinement enabling it to cope with all eventualities, whether off road adventuring or motorway cruising. Consumption of 31.0mpg (automatic 30.1) on the Combined cycle, acceleration from 0-62mph in 12.5 seconds (automatic 13.6) and a top speed of 109mph (automatic 106) signal the all-round abilities of this engine.

Diesel enthusiasts will appreciate the economy and strong torque characteristics of the 1.9-litre diesel engine which incorporates common rail technology, an intercooler and turbocharger. A wide effective torque band increases the potential of this remarkably economical engine which can cover nearly 43 miles on one gallon under motorway cruising conditions, and delivers 36.7mpg on the Combined cycle and carbon dioxide emissions of 205g/km. It is still capable of accelerating from standstill to 62mph in 13.2 seconds and going on to a top speed of 106mph.

The engines are paired either with sporty five speed manual gearboxes or, as an option on the 2.0 16v, a smooth shifting 4-speed automatic. The newly-developed manual transmission used with the petrol engines offers better fuel economy at high speeds, while the high rigidity design adds to the Grand Vitara’s overall sense of refinement. A new output reduction design also improves durability, with better shift feel and reduced vibration. The automatic features a sporty new gate design.

Strong engine performance is reflected in the Grand Vitara’s excellent towing capability. The 1.6 16v VVT is rated at 1600kg, the 2.0 16v 1850kg (automatic 1700kg). An impressive 2000kg can be hauled by the 1.9 DDiS.

Chassis is now all-independent

The Grand Vitara has a remarkably rigid body as a result of Suzuki’s ‘built-in ladder frame’ approach which features strategic strengthening without undue weight gain. It comprises two longitudinal elements running the length of the body, with six cross members and two parallel longitudinal elements running in the outer sills.

Its resistance to twisting and bending means that the full potential of the advanced all-wheel independent suspension can be realised and the result is a smooth and responsive on-road ride plus rock solid off-road traction and stability. The relatively low weight of the upper body also contributes to linear handling responses.

The front suspension features MacPherson struts, while at the rear is an all-new, independent multi-link design, replacing the rigid axle of the previous model. Its low profile design maximises interior space, while offset separate springs and shock absorbers improve ride quality.

Strong, all round braking response is provided by large ventilated discs at the front and leading and trailing drums at the rear actuated by a 10 inch booster. ABS and EBD are standard.

All-new, permanent four-wheel drive

Suzuki has developed a totally new four-wheel drive system for this latest Grand Vitara. Since it is permanently engaged, it provides security and sure-footed progress at all times, providing unerring security in slippery, greasy, or icy on-road conditions; there is also no need for the driver to worry about switching it in or out every time the surface changes.

The incorporation of a torque-sensing limited slip centre differential absorbs differences between front and rear wheel speeds, provides the benefits of all-wheel traction, while reducing fuel consumption as well as the characteristic ‘braking effect’ and understeer of four-wheel drive systems with rigid centre transfers. And of course unlike systems that operate in two-wheel drive and then rely on differences in front and rear wheel speeds to automatically engage four-wheel drive via a centre clutch arrangement, there is no delay in the Grand Vitara’s system; four-wheel drive is doing its work all the time.

The 3-door model, as described above, is essentially a ‘soft-roader’, possessing the on-road stability that a four-wheel drive system confers, plus the ability to cope with muddy fields and gravel tracks.

The 5-door models offer a full arsenal of four-wheel drive features enabling them to tackle some of the toughest off-road conditions capable of being negotiated by a standard SUV. Four modes are available, simply selected via the rotary switch on the fascia.

4H: This high-range 4x4 mode with free centre diff is ideal for most conditions, offering the smooth, quiet performance and neutral cornering of conventional 4x2s. Front and rear torque is split 47:53, improving on-road response while delivering excellent off-road traction. The torque-sensing diff ensures immediate throttle response.

4H Lock:  In this high-range 4x4 mode, a clutch locks the centre differential to eliminate any speed difference between the front and rear wheels, providing outstanding traction to power through deep snow or mud.

4L: Low range four-wheel drive (again with a locked centre differential) enables the Grand Vitara to cope with very difficult situations; the transfer gear ratio is about twice that of the 4H Lock mode at 1.970, offering excellent low-end traction.

N: Finally, neutral mode allows the vehicle to be towed, if it should ever be necessary; with the centre differential free there is less potential driveline wear and tear.

Note to editors:

  • Suzuki’s 150 dealers across the country are holding a Grand Vitara Satellite Launch evening on 15 September at which customers have the chance to win some superb prizes. Up for grabs are two of the new Grand Vitaras, a Jimny Soft Top, and two Swifts – a GL 3-door and a GLX 5-door. All are welcome.
  • All Suzuki models are covered by Suzuki Shield, a 3 years’/60,000 mile new vehicle warranty, by Suzuki Assistance, providing 24 hour UK and European roadside assistance, recovery and associated services for 36 months and by a six year perforation warranty (12 years on the new Grand Vitara, Swift, Liana, Ignis and Wagon R+).
  • On The Road Prices include VAT, delivery to dealer, number plates, 6 months’ Vehicle Excise Duty and First Registration Fee.

GRAND VITARA SPECIFICATIONS

 

 

1.6 16v VVT

2.0 16v

1.9 DDiS

 

 

3-door

5-door

5-door

 

 

M/T

M/T

A/T

M/T

DIMENSIONS

Overall length

mm

4005

4470

Overall width

mm

1810

1810

Overall height

mm

1695

1695

Wheelbase

mm

2440

2640

Front track

mm

1540

1540

Rear track

mm

1570

1570

Ground clearance

mm

200

200

Angle of approach

degrees

29

29

Angle of departure

degrees

36

27

Ramp angle

degrees

20

19

 

WEIGHTS & CARGO

Kerb weight

kg

1445

1580

1595

1660

Gross vehicle weight

kg

1800

2070

2070

Towing capacity (braked)

kg

1600

1850

1700

2000

Towing capacity (unbraked)

kg

550

750

750

750

Luggage capacity – maximum (manufacturer data)

litres

964

1386

Rear seat tumble folded (VDA)

 

516

758

Rear seat raised (VDA)

 

184

398

 

ENGINE

Type

 

M16A

J20A

F9Q

Fuel delivery

 

Multipoint injection

Multipoint injection

Direct injection

Bore x stroke

mm

78.0 x 83.0

84.0 x 90.0

80.0 x 93.0

Piston displacement

cc

1586

1995

1870

Compression ratio

 

10.5:1

10.5:1

17:1

Max output                      kW/PS@rpm

78/106.1 @ 5900

103/140.0 @ 6000

95/129.2 @ 3750

Max torque                     Nm/lb.ft@rpm

145/107 @ 4100

183/135 @ 4000

300/221.3 @ 2000

 

 

 

 

TRANSMISSION

5-speed manual

5-speed manual

4-speed auto

5-speed manual

Ratios

1st

4.550

4.550

2.826

3.854

 

2nd

2.357

2.357

1.493

2.135

 

3rd

1.695

1.695

1.000

1.411

 

4th

1.242

1.242

0.688

1.000

 

5th

1.000

1.000

-

0.784

 

Rev

4.436

4.436

2.703

3.854

 

Final

4.625

4.100

5.125

4.300

Transfer gear ratios

High

-

1.000

1.000

1.000

 

Low

-

1.970

1.970

1.970

 

CHASSIS

Brake type

 

Front ventilated discs and rear leading and trailing drums

Suspension

front

MacPherson strut

 

rear

Multi-link

Steering

 

Rack and pinion

Turning circle

m

10.2

11

Fuel tank capacity

litres

55

66

 

PERFORMANCE & ECONOMY

Fuel consumption

 

  

 

 

Urban cycle                    mpg (l/100km)

26.6 (10.6)

 24.4 (11.6)

23.3 (12.1)

30.1 (9.4)

Extra urban                     mpg (l/100km)

37.2 (7.6)

37.2 (7.6)

37.2 (7.6)

42.2 (6.7)

Combined                       mpg (l/100km)

32.5 (8.7)

31.0 (9.1)

30.1 (9.4)

36.7 (7.7)

CO2  emission

g/km

210

220

228

205

Max speed                                            

mph

99

109

106

106

Acceleration 0-62mph

secs

13.4

12.5

13.6

13.2

Tyre size

 

 225/65/R17    

Insurance group

 

12D

14D

 

GRAND VITARA EQUIPMENT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3-door

5-door

COMFORT

Power steering

 

 

 

 

ü

ü

Tilt adjustable steering column

 

 

 

ü

ü

Front and rear electric windows

 

 

 

front only

ü

Remote central door locking

 

 

 

ü

ü

Heated electric door mirrors

 

 

 

‘+’ model only

ü

Automatic climate control air conditioning with pollen filter

ü

ü

Radio/CD player

 

 

 

 

ü

ü

Audio controls on steering wheel

 

 

ü

ü

Tinted glass

 

 

 

 

ü

ü

INSTRUMENT PANEL

Rev. counter and trip meter

 

 

 

ü

ü

Digital clock

 

 

 

 

ü

ü

Outside temperature & fuel consumption display

 

ü

ü

Lights-on and key-in reminder

 

 

 

ü

ü

Driver's seat belt warning light and alarm

 

 

ü

ü

Door ajar warning lamp

 

 

 

ü

ü

Low fuel warning indicator

 

 

 

ü

ü

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

INTERIOR

Interior light (3 position)

 

 

 

ü

ü

Boot light (3 position)

 

 

 

 

ü

Twin map reading lights

 

 

 

ü

Sun visor/vanity mirror/ticket holder (both sides)

 

ü

ü

Sunglasses holder

 

 

 

 

ü

Day/night rear view mirror

 

 

 

ü

ü

Lockable glove box

 

 

 

 

ü

ü

Driver's side foot rest

 

 

 

 

ü

ü

Front cup holders x 2

 

 

 

 

ü

ü

Centre console with storage

 

 

 

ü

ü

Centre console cup holders

 

 

 

ü

Front seat back pockets (both sides)

 

 

passenger side only

ü

Rear seat centre armrest

 

 

 

ü

Reclining front/2nd row seats

 

 

 

ü

ü

Sliding front seats

 

 

 

 

ü

ü

Split folding rear seat backs

 

 

 

ü

ü

Front seat height adjustment (driver's side)

 

 

ü

Height adjustable & detachable front and rear seat head restraints

ü

ü

Front and rear door armrests

 

 

 

ü

ü

Door pockets with bottle holder

 

 

 

ü

ü

Moulded rear quarter trim with cup holders

 

 

ü

Assist grips

 

 

 

 

ü

Portable ashtray

 

 

 

 

ü

ü

Accessory socket x 2

 

 

 

ü

ü

Luggage room undertray

 

 

 

ü

ü

Luggage room side storage

 

 

 

ü

ü

Removable luggage cover

 

 

 

ü

ü

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3-door

5-door

EXTERIOR

Halogen headlights

 

 

 

 

ü

ü

Alloy wheels

 

 

 

 

‘+’ model only

ü

Front fog lamps

 

 

 

 

‘+’ model only

ü

2 speed & variable intermittent windscreen wipe

 

ü

ü

Intermittent rear wash/wipe

 

 

 

ü

ü

Roof rails

 

 

 

 

 

ü

ü

Towing eye

 

 

 

 

ü

ü

Colour co-ordinated bumpers & door mirrors

 

ü

ü

Folding exterior door mirrors

 

 

 

ü

ü

Hard spare wheel cover

 

 

 

disc

ü

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SAFETY & SECURITY

Driver & front passenger airbags

 

 

 

ü

ü

Side airbags

 

 

 

 

ü

ü

Front & rear curtain airbags

 

 

 

ü

ü

Head-impact protection structure

 

 

ü

ü

ABS with EBD

 

 

 

 

ü

ü

Ventilated front disc brakes

 

 

 

ü

ü

High mounted stop lamp

 

 

 

ü

ü

3-point ELR seatbelts for all seats

 

 

ü

ü

Height adjustable front seatbelt anchorages

 

 

ü

ü

Front seatbelt pre-tensioners

 

 

 

ü

ü

Childproof rear door locks

 

 

 

ü

Collapsible steering column

 

 

 

ü

ü

Steering lock

 

 

 

 

ü

ü

Visible V.I.N

 

 

 

 

ü

ü

Side impact protection beams

 

 

 

ü

ü

Internal fuel flap release

 

 

 

ü

ü

ISO FIX child seat anchorages

 

 

 

ü

ü

Immobiliser, freewheeling key cylinders and deadlocks

ü

ü

 

 

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