sgCarMart – The Japanese have always been a firm believer of less is more. As early as the 1950s, they created a 'big bang' with a family of small vehicles, called kei cars.
Initiated to boost the local car industry, this new classification of vehicles has to meet certain engine capacity and body size restrictions, and in turn they garner tax rebates, which make them more affordable to the masses.
Kei cars may have already seen their best days. But some of those principles may have stayed in Suzuki's bloodline when it conceived the SOLIO - a high roof urban hatchback designed with the broader audience in mind.
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