Written on: 26/04/2009 by SweetCappo69 (1 review written)
I bought my Suzuki Cappuccino in october 2007! and have never looked back!! i absolutely am in love with it!! unfortunately due to being a half work half fun car things were bound to take a turn! just over a year after owning it i notice my head gasket on its way out, this caused stuttering "hunting" and running hot with a cold heater!! bad times indeed! i should have her back by the end of next week with a new reconned engine (which surprisingly i didnt really find hard to find) and i... (read more)
Written on: 15/03/2009 by revdavidc
Had ours from new in 1994 and enjoyed EVERY fun filled " go-cart" -like mile in it.
She is called "SUZI" and we will spend ANYTHING to keep her up and running and beautiful. Only done 35,000 miles and is cossetted in a cozy garage , but we DO use her weekends and "runs" and can't wait for her to be elderly enough to be called "classic" and do classic car rallies. The most fun per mile and per gallon you can have. (read more)
Written on: 20/07/2004 by djslaviero (1 review written)
This little Suzuki Cappuccino sports car is a great thing to buzz around town and on long drives anywhere. surprisingly, it has enough performance to embarrass most other cars as they get caught unawares by its unassuming, almost "cute" exterior. the engines' ability to rev to 8500rpm and the well spaced transmission ratios help it off the mark quickly to a claimed 8-10 seconds. (although because you are so low to the ground, it feels faster than this). the handling ability quickly outweighs... (read more)
Written on: 20/11/2003 by garethmiller (3 reviews written)
I have had my Suzuki Cappuccino for 6 months now and it is an absolute joy to drive in town and on country roads. Front engine rear wheel drive with 50:50 weight distribution makes for a fantastic ride. Tiny engine is economical but turbo'd to perform way over expectations (0-60 in 8.5 in untuned versions). Ten years old and it still turns heads - I've only ever seen one other on the road. Although it is tiny to look at, it's surprisingly spacious (I am 6 ft and 14 stone and fit in fine).... (read more)
Written on: 07/04/2003 by Wads.
I owned a Suzuki Capuccino as my only car for 8 years...... it was one of the funnest cars I have ever had the pleasure of driving!.
Although the small engine only puts out 63bhp its enough to give this lightweight car plenty of go..... I could keep up with and sometimes beat Mazda MX5s!. The rear wheel drive and fantastic steering feedback make the Cappuccino a joy to drive at the limit..... on twisty country roads it could keep up with much faster cars, only losing ground on long... (read more)
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