Suzuki brings to market a new crossover Hustler

Suzuki brings to market a new crossover Hustler


Japan introduced a new, second generation Suzuki Hustler. The first produced since the end of 2013 and is about to be discontinued. The product is made in the same style hybrid K-car and crossover.

The second prototype of the Hustler was shown at the Tokyo Motor Show in 2019. Despite the strong similarity with the predecessor, the vehicle seriously reworked. The exterior has become more “quadratini” – it gives the baby brutality. Also there is a third side window.

Hustler length is 3395 mm, width – 1475 mm, height – 1680 mm (without roof rails). In the end, the height increased by 15mm, the wheelbase has increased from 35 mm (up to 2460 mm), to increase the supply of space for second-row passengers. Ground clearance – 180 mm.


Even more changes hidden inside. In the interior the manufacturer used materials that are not afraid of dirt and water and are besides easy to clean. Color display not only got the entertainment system, but the dashboard. The trunk floor is rubber flooring. The rear seats fold in a ratio of 50:50. On the instrument panel is mounted 4.2-inch display in the center – 9-inch.

As before, the Suzuki Hustler will be offered two 3-cylinder engine capacity of 0.66 liters: atmospheric and turbocharged. Both are supplied in the “mild” hybrid, meaning the car will continue to support the recovery. All versions are equipped with a CVT and all-wheel drive.

Atmospheric version received a new engine R06D with refrigerated recirculation system and increased compression ratio, which allowed to increase efficiency. The engine has 49 HP and 58 Nm. Turbulence offers a little more – 64 HP and 98 Nm.

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Among additional systems Hustler celebrated Hill Descent Control, which helps on the descents. Cars with turbo will get adaptive cruise control with tracking system layout.

Small but charismatic car will cost from 1 365 100 ($12 500) to 1 746 800 yen ($16 000). Sales in Japan will begin January 20, 2020.

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