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Monthly insurance costs for the R280,000 Suzuki Fronx

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If you’re eyeing Suzuki’s latest offering, the Fronx, be prepared to budget at least R1,517 per month for insurance, according to research conducted by TopAuto. Suzuki has introduced the Fronx as its new entry-level SUV, aiming to fill the market gap left by the discontinued Vitara Brezza. This addition comes alongside the recently launched Grand Vitara, expanding Suzuki’s SUV lineup.

The Fronx, based on the Baleno hatchback, offers versatility with two trim levels and both manual and automatic options, resulting in a total of four distinct models. Prices for the Fronx range from R279,900 to R335,900.

Under the hood, you’ll find a 1.5-liter naturally-aspirated petrol engine generating 77kW and 138Nm of torque. Opting for the five-speed manual transmission promises a fuel consumption rate of 5.5l/100km, while the automatic variant has a slightly higher rate of 5.7l/100km.

In terms of features, the base Fronx GL is generously equipped with automatic LED headlights, sleek 16-inch black alloy wheels, climate control, a multifunction steering wheel, hill assist, cruise control, a reverse camera, a 7-inch media screen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, ABS, and two airbags.

Stepping up to the range-topping GLX adds premium features such as keyless entry and start, a heads-up display, a 4.2-inch driver’s display, a 360-degree camera system, a wireless charger, and an additional four airbags to enhance safety.

Every purchase of the new Suzuki Fronx comes with peace of mind, as it includes a 5-year/200,000km warranty and a 4-year/60,000km service plan, ensuring a worry-free ownership experience.

To provide prospective buyers with insights into the insurance expenses associated with the new Suzuki Fronx, TopAuto utilized Hippo’s car insurance quote tool. The calculations considered an individual living in a metropolitan area, like Johannesburg, with no claims history and the ability to store their vehicle in a locked garage at night.


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