Words by Jade Lu | Photos courtesy of Suzuki Motor Corporation
Suzuki has established its name in motorsports with its line of off-road vehicles. The Japanese automaker has been at the forefront of SUV’s since the launch of the Jimny - consequently bearing the Vitara and Grand Vitara - and has pioneered the crossover segment in Europe with the SX4. But now, Suzuki is forging its way into the crossover C-segment with its newly-launched concept, the S-Cross.
In a specially-created Crystal Green Metallic body color, the S-Cross was premiered at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. Sporting 20-inch chrome wheels, the Suzuki S-Cross stands at 1.60 meters tall, 1.84 meters wide, and 4.31 meters long with a wheelbase of 2.60 meters. That makes it similarly-sized to its would-be competitors such as the Hyundai Tucson, Honda CR-V, and upcoming all-new Ford Escape.
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Do you drive a Suzuki? Well, head on over to Suzuki Auto Shaw in Mandaluyong City on October 14, 2012 for Suzuki @ Work - Suzuki's free after-sales service camp.
The special one-day camp offers FREE 23-point check ups for all Suzuki customers, even those with expired warranties. Each vehicle goes through a three-step inspection process where the vehicle's general condition, under chassis, and engine are examined. After the extensive check up, vehicle owners will get an update on their vehicle's condition, and when needed, be encouraged to avail of discounted parts and services. 
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Suzuki Service Manager Rommel Cabanela noticed that some of their customers weren't returning for dealer checkups because their service warranty has expired. But that doesn't mean that they should no longer experience car care the Suzuki way. So, to entice Suzuki owners to keep their cars in tip top shape, Suzuki Philippines launched the “Suzuki @ Work” - a free after-sales service camp.
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Words and photos by Niky Tamayo
It’s an odd sensation, puttering along in traffic, head and shoulders above everyone else... to look down upon lowly SUV drivers, as you sit at the stoplights. Sir, you do know you have a bald spot, right? No, I mean the one where the paint’s flaked away on your roof.
This sensation is made even odder by the fact that the car I’m driving weighs less than most cars. You’re towering over the crowd, yes, but like that tall, skinny kid in high school, that won’t keep you from getting beaten up at recess. Thus, you don’t get the swelled head that most SUV drivers and van drivers get from the rarefied air at this altitude. That’s a good thing, by the way. All cars on the road should be shaped like this. Perhaps thinking outside the box means putting wheels on it. 
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After the dust had settled at the eliminations for the 2012 Philippine Football Federation (PFF) Suzuki U23 National Cup, only 10 teams from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao remain standing for the 2013 Finale.
The elimination round was held last February to May 2012, where 33 teams vied for the prestigious PFF Suzuki U23 National Cup, which is a local adaptation of the AFF Suzuki Cup organized by the ASEAN Football Federation for the competing national teams in South East Asia. Luzon qualifiers include football associations from Masbate, Laguna, and Baguio - Benguet, while the Visayas regional qualifiers were Negros Occidental, Iloilo, and Cebu. Lastly, North Cotabato, Iligan - Lanao del Norte, Davao and Zamboanga del Norte - Dipolog from Mindanao round up the Top 10.
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Words by Christopher Kho | Photos courtesy of Suzuki Sport 
Nobuhiro “Monster” Tajima proved to world yet again why he's called “King of the Mountain” when finally he shattered the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb's 10-minute barrier last June 26, 2011. Piloting a purpose-built 900 horsepower Team GoPro Monster Sport Suzuki SX4, Monster conquered the 20-kilometer 156-turn “Race to the Clouds,” and reached the 4,300 meter high summit in just 9 minutes and 51.278 seconds, capturing his sixth consecutive overall victory in the process. Strap on your seat belts and take the closest thing to a shotgun ride (courtesy of GoPro) with Monster on what is currently the fastest way up Colorado's Pikes Peak.
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