Suzuki Splash dimensions
Latest model: Suzuki Splash hatchback (2008)
Length: 146.3 (in) = 3715 (mm)
Width: 66.1 (in) = 1680 (mm)
Height: 62.6 (in) = 1590 (mm)
Compare Suzuki Splash dimensions to: Suzuki Swift
Suzuki Splash details:
The Suzuki Splash is a large improvement over its spiritual predecessor, the Suzuki Wagon-r. That had square and boxy looks, while the Suzuki Splash has a more fluid shape. It's based on the Suzuki Swift supermini, but it's significantly taller. There is around 30mm more headroom in the Suzuki Splash, giving it an airy feel. The extra height is disguised well by large headlights and taillights and wheels pushed right out to the corners.
For its small size the Suzuki Splash is very practical, with a 178-litre boot which can be expanded to 573-litres by folding down the 60:40 split back seatings. There is a handy 36-litre under-floor compartment in the boot with a waterproof lining for valuables and wet or soiled items. The indicators have a strange audio inbuilt, akin to the audio effects from an old computer game, which some may find annoying.
The general Suzuki Splash is named the GLS and the GLS+ and identically specced Ddis diesel top the range and add 15-inch alloy wheels, front foglamps and tinted glass. The GLS has a CD player with helm-mounted controls, leather helm, remote central locking, electric front windows, air-con, electric door mirrors and trip computer.