Suzuki 1974-1999 - 2021 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Suzuki 1974-1999

Suzuki doesn’t rate a mention in many lists of ‘must have’ classics but that is changing. Early two-stroke 4WDs are gaining in value, as are 1980s-90s Sierras. If years ago, you gave one of these to the kids as a paddock basher, don’t look at the current value.

Others to chase if any exist are early Swift GTis; these former giant-killers of Series Production racing once predicted to be the next Mini Cooper S. Today a survivor likely will cost $5000.

If you want a quirky and compact load carrier or pizza deliverer look for a Mighty Boy or Carry van/mini truck. Good examples of either cost $7000-8500 which is easier to justify than outlaying Honda S2000 money for a 660cc Cappuccino roadster.

Swift GTi 1988-98 $4350 [5]

Mighty Boy 1985-88 $8500 [4]

LJ50/LJ80 $8100 [5]

Sierra 4WD 1984-96 $10,460 [29]

Capuccino $27,245 [2]

Carry Van/Pickup $8120 [5]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2021 Japanese Classic & Performance Value Guide.

| 2020 Market Review: Suzuki 1974-1999


From Unique Cars #454, June 2021

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