By: Jason Woosey
Importing cars from India makes a lot of sense from a cost point of view - given that it's an affordable destination to build cars and one that has also experienced a currency hammering of late.
In fact, many of South Africa's most affordable cars - including the Ford Figo, Honda Brio and Toyota Etios - are sourced from this part of the world.
Now Suzuki South Africa is set to take full advantage of its Indian partner, Maruti Suzuki, with a more affordable version of its Swift hatchback and a sedan variant (called DZire). This four-door is new to our shores and offers the convenience of a 300-litre boot.