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Suzuki Hustler

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Suzuki Hustler
Suzuki HUSTLER X Turbo 4WD (DAA-MR41S) front.JPG
Suzuki Hustler X Turbo 4WD (MR41S, Japan)
Overview
ManufacturerSuzuki
Also calledMazda Flair Crossover
ProductionJanuary 2014 – present
AssemblyJapan
Body and chassis
ClassKei car
Body style5-door hatchback
Layout
Chronology
PredecessorSuzuki Kei

The Suzuki Hustler (Japanese: スズキ・ハスラー, Suzuki Hasurā) is a crossover SUV-styled kei car produced by the Japanese automaker Suzuki since 2014.[1] The car is also sold by Mazda as the Mazda Flair Crossover (Japanese: マツダ・フレアクロスオーバー, Matsuda Furea Kurosuōbā) through an OEM agreement.

Name

Suzuki's design department chose the name "Hustler" to promote the car's lively and rough riding image. The name was used by Suzuki in the past as the nickname of a two-stroke, dual-sport motorcycle, the Hustler TS50. The car's accessories also have a replica sticker of the emblem that was once used in the TS50.[2]

First generation (MR31S/MR41S; 2014–2019)

First generation (MR31S/MR41S)
Suzuki HUSTLER G TURBO (MR31S) front.JPG
Suzuki Hustler G Turbo (MR31S, Japan)
Overview
Also calledMazda Flair Crossover
ProductionJanuary 2014 – 2019
Powertrain
Engine
Power output
  • 38 kW (51 hp; 52 PS) (naturally aspirated)
  • 47 kW (63 hp; 64 PS) (turbocharged)
Transmission
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,425 mm (95.5 in)
Length3,395 mm (133.7 in)
Width1,475 mm (58.1 in)
Height1,665 mm (65.6 in)
Curb weight750–860 kg (1,653–1,896 lb)

The first generation Hustler went on sale in January 2014, along with the Flair Crossover.

Mazda Flair Crossover
Mazda Flair Crossover

Second generation (MR52S/MR92S; 2020–present)

Second generation (MR52S/MR92S)
2019 Suzuki Hustler Concept.jpg
Suzuki Hustler Concept at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show
Overview
ProductionJanuary 2020 (to commence)
Powertrain
Engine
  • 658 cc R06D I3 (petrol)
  • 658 cc R06A Turbo I3-T (petrol)
Power output
  • 36 kW (48 hp; 49 PS) (naturally aspirated)
  • 47 kW (63 hp; 64 PS) (turbocharged)
TransmissionCVT
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,460 mm (96.9 in)
Length3,395 mm (133.7 in)
Width1,475 mm (58.1 in)
Height1,680 mm (66.1 in)
Curb weight810–880 kg (1,786–1,940 lb)

The second generation Hustler was first shown in concept form at the 46th Tokyo Motor Show, October through November 2019.[3] The car has been designed to be more similar to the fourth generation Jimny. It will be on sale on 20 January 2020.[4]

Suzuki Hustler Concept at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show
Suzuki Hustler Concept at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show

References

  1. ^ "SUV" (Press release). 2013-12-24. Retrieved 2014-04-13.
  2. ^ "【スズキ ハスラー 発表】往年の人気オフロードバイクの名前で勝負". 2013-12-25. Retrieved 2014-04-13.
  3. ^ https://www.suzuki.co.jp/release/d/2019/0930/
  4. ^ https://response.jp/article/2019/12/24/330131.html

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This page was last edited on 25 December 2019, at 06:19
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