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Suzuki SC100GX Whizzkid (1977 - 1982)

Last updated 27 March 2013

 
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Good fun, a lot of laughs, cheap to fuel, a latter-day Hillman Imp Sport
They rust appallingly

Introduction

Launched as the two-cylinder Cervo in Japan during 1977, the Suzuki SC100GX Whizzkid started out as a coupé version of the Fronte Kei-Car. But when it came to the UK at the end of 1979, the rear-engined Whizzkid ended up being transformed by the fitment of a 970cc four-cylinder to become a small, sorting economy car for those who fancied something left-field.

It was well-equipped and surprisingly sprightly, so it’s no surprise that these baby racers have become something of a cult car, even if the values seldom match the interest these cars generate. But with a mere 4096 imported into the UK, and rust being a massive killer, demand for the SC100GX Whizzkid is definitely on the rise.

 

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