For Japanese kei sports car enthusiasts, there is a holy trinity: the Autozam AZ-1, de Honda Beat and this one, the Suzuki Cappuccino. Each offers a take different on the formula, and they are all cute pint-sized fun.
The Cappuccino enters and looks like a shrunken Miata. Like the other two, Suzuki designed this small car to comply with keijidōsha regulations, which in return impose strict limits on its size and power. for lower taxes and insurance. But the Cappuccino does not skimp on pleasure, roads 1,598 pounds and powered by a 657-cc turbo triple with 63 hp, exactly on the legal limit.
The Cappuccino is faster than the Beat, and according to the data I have on hand, the Suzuki has been drawing higher prices lately† This Cappuccino has a higher mileage, of 136,000 miles on the clock. However, it is said to have been maintained and drives well. It’s $8200 on Facebook Marketplace in Krum, Texas. Offer courtesy of Obscure Cars for Sale.