Suzuki SA has freshened up its Vitara range for 2019 with a facelift and an interior revamp, along with more creature comforts. The small SUV has sold over 1,700 units since its local introduction in 2015, in a competitive segment that includes the Ford Ecosport, Honda HR-V and Renault Captur. The midlife update includes a redesigned grille and bumper and clear headlamp clusters, with the flagship GLX also acquiring LED daytime running lights. At the rear, restyled tail lamps are fitted with led lights, and the GLX has front and rear parking sensors. The fit and feel of the interior has been enhanced with the upper instrument panel now made from premium soft-touch materials. The GLX gets a hardier and more luxurious new seat material combining suede and synthetic leather. Suzuki has fitted the GL+ and GLX models with a new 10.7cm full-colour LCD information display and a 9cm monochrome LCD on the baseline GL specification level. This screen displays information such as driving range...

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