Suzuki Australia Pty Ltd. takes the Victoria state government to task because its “First Car List” of recommended vehicles for young drivers that cost less than A$15,000 ($13,099) only features used cars. Suzuki Australia General Manager Tony Devers says the government is making the assumption first-time buyers only can afford second-hand cars and not new, low-priced vehicles. “Parents wanting a safe car for their children can purchase a new Suzuki Alto – with six airbags and electronic ...
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