WATCH | Suzuki SA launched its new S-Presso via social media

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2020 Suzuki S-Presso. Image: Suzuki Media
2020 Suzuki S-Presso. Image: Suzuki Media

Suzuki South Africa is the latest car company to opt for a digital launch of its new vehicle as the private sector adheres to the government's protocol amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

The S-Presso is a budget hatchback powered by a 1.0-litre three-cylinder engine with 50kW and 90Nm. A five-speed manual gearbox is standard and a automated manual transmission (AMT) is also available. 

READ: Fancy a cup? Suzuki's new S-Presso ready to go up against Renault's popular Kwid

Prices start at R139 900, putting it in direct competition with Renault's popular Kwid. Read our 'on paper' comparison with both cars here and be sure to check out the launch of the new S-Presso on Suzuki's Facebook page on Wednesday (18 March). 

Have a look at the teaser video of Wednesday's livestream event, scheduled for 18:30 local time. Watch the live stream below:

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