Suzuki announces all-new XL7, S-Presso crossovers

Small car specialist Suzuki has unveiled two all-new models — the XL7 and the S-Presso — both belonging to the fastest growing segments in the Philippines, the subcompact and compact crossover category.


Suzuki actually had an XL7 model more than 10 years ago, but it was a variant from the four-wheel drive Grand Vitara family, and not a stand-alone model like the all-new XL7. The new one is strictly a front-wheel drive model (like most crossovers) and commands a more compelling presence, thanks to a bold face with a blacked-out grille and sleek headlamps as well as front fenders with black garnish that project a robust SUV-inspired styling.

The XL7 is powered by Suzuki’s 1.5-liter K15B engine and, like its predecessor, seats seven passengers with better-than-average legroom even in the third row. Luggage capacity is 153 liters with the rearmost seats up, and substantially more with the multi-configurable second- and third-row seats folded.

Buyers who reserve an XL7 from March 1-18 get a discount of P30,000 from the vehicle’s P1,068,000.00 price tag.


The 1.0-liter-powered S-Presso fuses the small, minimalist styling of the Suzuki Jimny with that of the more mainstream look of modern subcompact crossovers, making the S-Presso a sight to behold with its athletic profile and tall go-anywhere stance. Inside, the S-Presso is just as impressive as its exterior profile with its high seating position, providing comfort and convenience in every drive with ample luggage space and expansive visibility.

Buyers of the P518,000 S-Presso may avail of the early reservation promo from March 1-18 and enjoy a P15,000 discount with a down payment of just P5,000.

Visit any of the 77 Suzuki dealerships nationwide to avail of this promo. For more details, visit

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