Suzuki Spacia (facelift) brochure leaks – Japan

Posted on: May 24, 2015 - 5:31pm IST

Its fuel efficiency is 30.6 km/l in Japanese test.

A set of brochure scans of the upcoming Suzuki Spacia kei car have leaked online, revealing the final facelift as well as the variants and changes. The tall-boy design will be available in four variants, one of which is the sporty Spacia Custom TX.

2015 Suzuki Spacia Custom TX front brochure leak
According to the brochure, the Suzuki Spacia 2WD returns 32 km/l, while Spacia Custom TX 2WD does 30.6 km/l.

Based on the Suzuki Wagon R, the basic Spacia G and X variants get an option of a single chrome embellishment across the grille, while the T sports a new single chrome bar grille. The rest of the car largely remains the same to the outgoing model. One highlight of the equipment offered is a new camera-based parking system that gives drivers a 360 degree view of the surrounding. It is offered as standard in the Suzuki Spacia Custom TX.

2015 Suzuki Spacia Custom camera based parking brochure leak
One highlight of the equipment offered is a new camera-based parking system.

It is powered by the R06A 660cc engine which is available as a naturally aspirated unit with 54 hp and a turbocharged unit with 64 hp output (only for Spacia Custom TX and T variant). Both engines are mated to a CVT. The Spacia can specced with a 2WD or 4WD system and according to the brochure, the Spacia 2WD returns 32 km/l, while the Spacia Custom TX 2WD does 30.6 km/l. The 4WD Spacia and Spacia Custom TX return 29 km/l.

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Apparently, the N/A-powered Spacia variants will launch first in, followed by turbo variants. Maruti Suzuki appears to not be interested in retailing JDM kei cars like the Spacia and Solio.

Suzuki Spacia (facelift) brochure leaks – Image Gallery

[Source: blog.livedoor.jp]

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