Posts tagged "suzuki"

The Storified response to yesterday's blog post

Since people tend to comment more on Twitter than on my blog … I decided to bring their responses to you via Storify. So, did people like the tri-color seats or not … ?   [View the story “And the nays have it …” on Storify]

Tri-color leather seats a go ... or a no-no?

Tri-color leather seats a go ... or a no-no?
Recently I tested the 2012 Suzuki Grand Vitara. While I loved that this car had heated leather seats (and all-wheel drive for less than $25K) … I was a little less than enthusiastic about the three colors stitched together to make the seats. I know the lighting on the photo is a bit wonky, but... Read more »

ROFL: Have you met Doug the Ford Focus spokespuppet?

OK, I have to admit, automakers are starting to get creative with their marketing. And they have to in this world of DVRs, Hulu and Roku. I mean, who doesn’t know about the Swagger Wagon or the Suzuki Wicked Weather? How about the Passat commercial that aired during the Super Bowl with the little Darth... Read more »

This made me laugh: Suzuki Kizashi vs. Wicked Weather

I know it’s heading toward spring, but I got a burst of winter this week by visiting the UP of Michigan where there are still piles of snow on the ground. So, when I saw this commercial on TV up here, it not only resonated … it made me laugh. Enjoy.

Suzuki Kizashi: 2 short days, and already I'm in love

Suzuki Kizashi takes a break at Montrose Harbor. So, I swapped into the Suzuki Kisash SE on Monday, and I have to say: I. Love. This. Car. It comes standard with features such as Smartpast Keyless Entry/Start, 17-inch all-season tires, 10-way power adjustable driver’s seat, a 180-horsepower 4-cylinder engine, tilt & telescoping steering wheel and... Read more »

Recalls gone wild

So, everyone seems to be focused on the fact that Toyota has recalled more than 8M vehicles in the last month. Granted that is a big deal, but it seems that a lot of other manufacturers are using this time to slip some recalls in under the media’s radar. Who, you might ask? Here’s what... Read more »