Suzuki keeps heartthrob Boy band on the move

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Donna Collins


HEART THROB  boy band ‘Adam’,  from South African were kept on the move with Suzuki, during their weeklong live concert tour of Namibia including the towns of Grootfontein, Omarurua, Stampriet, Rehoboth, Walvis Bay,  and ending on a high note at the Biltong Fest in Windhoek .

Hugo Ludig, Kyle Grant and Reynardt Hugo got the girls swooning and the guys clicking their fingers with their lively music show, which has made them one of the most popular acts on the scene.

Suzuki Windhoek gave their support to the boy band, with the sponsorship of two vehicles for the Namibia tour, which has gained them an even bigger fan base than before.

“Travelling to Namibia to our destinations, we couldn’t have asked for more spacious and comfortable vehicles for these musicians who spent a lot of time on the road, before getting on stage that evening, so it was important to have reliable transport,” said Susan Ludig.

The vehicles – a Suzuki SX4 crossover five-door, and the luxury sedan Kizashi were branded with the Suzuki logo as well as the members of  ‘Adam’ which attracted a lot of attention.

The biggie, tougher, SX4  is available in FIVE MODEL specifications all powered by a 1.6 petrol engines, in a choice of five-speed manual and auto.  The SX4 S-Cross is available with Allgrip, Suzuki’s latest four-mode (auto, sport, snow and lock) all-wheel drive.It’s bigger than its predecessor at 4.3m long with a 2.6m wheelbase. Boot capacity is 430 litres.
Standard kit includes seven air bags, electronic stability control, tyre-pressure monitors, 16″ alloys and aircon. The SX4 is priced from N$268 232 to the top of the range all grip CVT N$344 899.