The Suzuki Splash is a city car, was introduced to the market in 2008. Was jointly developed by Suzuki Motor Corporation and Adam Opel AG – which to market their version under the name Suzuki Splash. Its debut as a concept car in 2006 Paris Auto Show and at the 2007 Frankfurt Auto Show. The Splash is available under the Swift in the European market, and uses a shortened version of the wheelbase chassis of the Suzuki Swift. However, the Japanese market, the car was found between Suzuki Swift and the Suzuki Solio.
Suzuki Splash model was introduced two versions of petrol engines, a 3-cylinder 1.0-liter and 4-cylinder 1.2-liter Family 0, and the version of the 4-cylinder of Fiat’s MultiJet diesel engine. Unlike its predecessor, the Wagon R +, the Splash has five seats as standard. It was presented to the Japanese market on 20 October 2008, available as Splash 1.2 for ¥ 1,239,000 and was rebadged in the UK as a Vauxhall Agila. Model and reached the German market, but rebranded under the name Opel as Opel Agila. Maruti Suzuki released the Splash in India as Maruti Suzuki Ritz. In China, it was released by the Changhe Suzuki in late 2010. Suzuki Splash and went on sale in New Zealand in 2011. The interest in multi-Continental shows the popularity of small cars Suzuki have become in recent years.European market is divided into sections: compact cars with front wheel drive to the appropriate section.
The size of the body’s Suzuki Splash, compared to the Suzuki Swift is small, more than Takashi Tamotsu, and 30 mm and the wheelbase is shorter 2,360 mm. The engine in the 3 series (K10B type) 1000 cc is a gasoline engine, a four-cylinder (K12B type) 1200 cc, which is a series made by Fiat 1300 cc and is available with four-cylinder direct-injection diesel multi-engine jet, 5 MT or 4 AT and various other combinations prestated.