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Suzuki Solio
2016 Suzuki Solio.jpg
2016 Suzuki Solio Hybrid
Overview
ManufacturerSuzuki
Production1997–present
Body and chassis
ClassMini MPV
Body style
Layout

The Suzuki Solio (Japanese: スズキ・ソリオ, Suzuki Sorio) is a mini MPV manufactured and marketed by Suzuki since 1997. Its early versions were derived from the Wagon R.

Predecessor: Wagon R-Wide (MA61S/MB61S; 1997)

Suzuki Wagon R-Wide (MA61S/MB61S)
Suzuki Wagon R Wide 001.JPG
Suzuki Wagon R-Wide (pre-facelift, Japan)
Overview
Also called
Production
  • February 1997 – May 1999 (Japan)
  • 2004–present (China)
  • 1999–2001 (Colombia)
  • 1998–2006 (Indonesia)
AssemblyJapan: Sagara Plant, Shizuoka Prefecture
China: Jiangxi, China
Colombia: Bogotá (GM Colmotores)
Indonesia: Bekasi Regency (SIM)
Body and chassis
ClassCity car/Mini MPV
Body style5-door hatchback
LayoutFront-engine, front-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive
RelatedSuzuki Wagon R (first generation)
Powertrain
Engine
Transmission4-speed automatic
5-speed manual
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,355 mm (92.7 in)
Length3,400–3,470 mm (133.9–136.6 in)
Width1,575 mm (62.0 in)
Height1,670–1,705 mm (65.7–67.1 in)
Curb weight810–880 kg (1,786–1,940 lb)
Chronology
SuccessorSuzuki Karimun Estilo (Indonesia)

The predecessor to the Solio, the Wagon R-Wide, was introduced in February 1997, as a slightly larger version of the Wagon R, exceeding the kei car specifications, with larger engines: 996cc (K10A, 48 kW/88Nm), 996cc Turbo (JDM, New Zealand and Australia only, K10A, 73 kW/118Nm) and 1.2-litre (K12A, 51 kW/93Nm) engine. The Wagon R-Wide was sold as the Wagon R+ in the European market (also introduced in the same year) with the atmospheric versions of the 1.0 K10A and the 1.2 K12A. The only other tall wagon style car sold in Europe around the time of its introduction was the Daihatsu Move. The car was made in Japan. It was not galvanised and it was prone to rust, especially in the sills, after years of use in Central and Northern Europe. The Wagon R-Wide was slightly facelifted in May 1998, and this updated Wagon R-Wide was also sold in Europe under Wagon R+. In Europe, the first-generation Wagon R+ was sold from 1997 until May 2000.

Between 1999 and 2001, it was also built in Colombia by GM Colmotores, who sold it as the Chevrolet Wagon R+.[1] This was equipped with the naturally aspirated K10A four-cylinder engine.[2]

In Indonesia, the facelifted Japanese Wagon R-Wide is sold as the Karimun[3] and was produced locally from 1999 until 2006 and offered with a 1.0-liter petrol engine, whilst in China it forms the base for Changhe Beidouxing. The Big Dipper is available with an indigenously built 1.0-liter engine based on the old F10A, or with the more modern 1.4-liter K14B engine.[4]

First generation (MA63S/MA64S/MA32S; 1999)

First generation (MA63S/MA64S/MA34S)
2003 Suzuki Wagon R+ GL Automatic 1.2 Front.jpg
2003 Suzuki Wagon R+ GL 1.3 (pre-facelift, United Kingdom)
Overview
Also called
  • Suzuki Wagon R+ (Japan, 1999–2000; Europe, 1999–2008)
  • Suzuki Wagon R Solio (Japan, 2000–2004)
  • Opel/Vauxhall Agila A (Europe, 1999–2007)
  • Chevrolet MW (Japan; 2000–2003, 2006–2010)
Production1999–2010
Assembly
Powertrain
Engine
Transmission
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,360 mm (92.9 in)
Length3,545 mm (139.6 in)
Width1,620 mm (63.8 in)
Height1,665–1,705 mm (65.6–67.1 in)
Curb weight970 kg (2,138 lb)
Chronology
SuccessorSuzuki Splash (outside Japan)

The Wagon R+ was launched in May 1999 in Japan, replacing the Wagon R-Wide. This updated version started sales in the European market in the summer of 2000. The main difference between the JDM Wagon R+ and the European Wagon R+ is the door handles, which on JDM models were body-colored while European models received black door handles.

In December 2000, the Japanese-spec model was renamed Wagon R Solio, and this was available both in the bottom-of-the-line X trim level and in a more sports-oriented trim level known as the 1.3. In June 2002, the 1.0 E trim level was added to the Wagon R-Solio lineup. In August 2003, a mid-facelift Wagon R-Solio was released. In April 2004, the Wagon R-Solio was renamed Solio, losing the Wagon R moniker entirely. In August 2005, a facelifted Solio was launched.

The Hungarian-built Wagon R+ is still being produced for the European market (in 2008, Wagon R-Solio and Solio are not sold), albeit with limited range and availability (it is no longer for sale in Ireland, for example). As of 2006 in the UK, only one model is available – the GL, with a 1.3 litre (1298 cc) 16 valve 4-cylinder petrol engine delivering 59 kW (80 PS; 79 hp), ABS with EBD and air conditioning as options. The current model is 3,540 mm (139.4 in) x 1,620 mm (63.8 in) x 1,695 mm (66.7 in) (length x width x height), with a claimed 597 litres (21.1 cu ft) of cargo space. It was too difficult for either the Wagon R-Solio or Solio to meet with Euro NCAP crash safety ratings. As a result, the Wagon R+ continued in Europe until late 2008, when replaced by the Splash.

From 2000 until 2007, the Wagon R+ is rebadged as Opel/Vauxhall Agila. The Agila was built at an Opel factory in Gliwice, Poland and used Opel Engines and transmissions. The last Agila was a rebadged Splash.

Second generation (MA15S; 2010)

Second generation (MA15S)
Suzuki Solio G MA15S.JPG
2011–2013 Suzuki Solio G
Overview
Also calledMitsubishi Delica D:2
Production2010–2015
AssemblyJapan: Makinohara, Shizuoka (Sagara plant)
Powertrain
Engine1242 cc K12B DOHC VVT I4
TransmissionCVT
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,450 mm (96.5 in)
Length3,710 mm (146.1 in)
Width1,620 mm (63.8 in)
Height1,765 mm (69.5 in)
Curb weight1,000–1,090 kg (2,205–2,403 lb)

While the kei-version of the Wagon R went through third and fourth generations, the wider Solio remained in its first-generation until undergoing a full model change in December 2010. The second-generation Solio was released on 7 January 2011 and is based on the Palette instead of the Wagon R, although the Palette itself uses the Wagon R's platform. This generation of Solio (MA15) also provides the basis for an OEM deal with Mitsubishi Motors, rebadged as the Mitsubishi Delica D:2, which was released in March 2011.[5] In Japan, it was sold at a specific retail chain called Car Plaza.

Third generation (MA26S/MA36S/MA46S; 2015)

Third generation (MA26S/MA36S/MA46S)
Suzuki Solio HYBRID MX.JPG
2015 Suzuki Solio Hybrid MX
Overview
Also calledMitsubishi Delica D:2
Production2015–2020
AssemblyJapan: Makinohara, Shizuoka (Sagara plant)
Body and chassis
PlatformHEARTECT platform
Powertrain
Engine1242 cc K12C DOHC VVT Dualjet I4
Electric motorWA05A (MHEV)
PB05A (HEV)
TransmissionCVT
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,480 mm (97.6 in)
Length3,710–3,720 mm (146.1–146.5 in)
Width1,625 mm (64.0 in)
Height1,745 mm (68.7 in)
Curb weight930–990 kg (2,050–2,183 lb)

The third-generation Solio was released in Japan on 26 August 2015.

Fourth generation (MA27S/MA37S; 2020)

Fourth generation (MA27S/MA37S)
Suzuki SOLIO HYBRID MZ 2WD (5AA-MA37S-FBZB-JM) front.jpg
2020 Suzuki Solio Hybrid MZ
Overview
Also calledMitsubishi Delica D:2
Production2020–present
AssemblyJapan: Makinohara, Shizuoka (Sagara plant)
Body and chassis
PlatformHEARTECT platform
Powertrain
Engine1242 cc K12C DOHC VVT Dualjet I4
Electric motorWA05A (MHEV)
TransmissionCVT
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,480 mm (97.6 in)
Length3,790 mm (149.2 in)
Width1,645 mm (64.8 in)
Height1,745 mm (68.7 in)
Curb weight960–1,000 kg (2,116–2,205 lb)
1,000–1,040 kg (2,205–2,293 lb) (hybrid)

The fourth-generation Solio was released in Japan on 25 November 2020.[6]

References

  1. ^ Fourie, Louis (2016). On a Global Mission: The Automobiles of General Motors International. 3 (1st ed.). Friesen Press. p. 1146. ISBN 9781460296905.
  2. ^ Clopatofsky, José (1999-08-11). "Sorprendente el nuevo Chevrolet todo lo Alto" [Surprising new Chevrolet: all about the Alto]. El Tiempo (in Spanish). Bogotá, Colombia. Archived from the original on 2018-07-01.
  3. ^ "Mobil LCGC Suzuki Karimun Wagon R GS". apritos review otomotif. Retrieved 2015-05-26.
  4. ^ "1.4L北斗星参数表" [Changhe-Suzuki Big Dipper 1.4L: specifications] (in Chinese). China Chang'an Automobile Group. Archived from the original on 2012-07-22. Retrieved 2011-05-26.
  5. ^ "三菱自動車、『デリカD:2』 を新発売: ~5人乗り2列シートのコンパクトミニバン~" [Mitsubishi New Release, Delica D:2 – 5 seats in 2 rows in a compact minivan] (in Japanese). Mitsubishi Motors. 2011-02-24.
  6. ^ "スズキ、小型乗用車 新型「ソリオ」、「ソリオ バンディット」を発売" [Suzuki launches new "Solio" and "Solio Bandit" compact cars]. suzuki.co.jp (Press release) (in Japanese). 25 November 2020. Retrieved 28 November 2020.

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