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Suzuki Ritz soon on Lankan roads

India’s first BS-IV compliant passenger cars, the Suzuki Ritz will soon run on Sri Lankan roads.
Associated Motorways compact (AMW), the Sole Authorized Agent for Suzuki in Sri Lanka launched, the Suzuki Ritz, in Sri Lanka, this week.

The Suzuki Ritz is a compact, stylish passenger car with contemporary European design, a rear passenger seat designed to take 3 adults in comfort, a tough suspension and 170 mm ground clearance designed for the roughest roads in Sri Lanka, an AMW official said. He said the Suzuki Ritz mileage is expected to beat its competitors and said to rank top in its class. It is built on European design with spacious interiors. The car's back seat comfortably allows three people sitting space.

A statement said for the environment conscious driver, the premium tallboy hatchback Ritz is the first passenger car in India to be compliant with the Bharat Stage – IV (BS-IV) and BS – V Ready (Similar to Euro 4 standards) emission norms in petrol as well as diesel variants. This can be upgraded to Euro V standards too. “The high seating position gives the driver an all round visibility thereby improving safety. For a small car, the Ritz has a lot of room, with headroom especially good. “

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