Toyota isn’t the only Japanese car manufacturer starting 2021 with a revised price list. Suzuki Philippines has also raised the prices of several of its vehicles, including the Ertiga seven-seat MPV, Swift, S-Presso, and XL7.
The cost of some cars in Suzuki’s local lineup have gone up by as much as P30,000, while others saw a much more manageable P5,000 price bump. Check out the brand’s new prices in the tables below:
2021 Suzuki S-Presso
|Suzuki S-Presso GL MT||P523,000|
2021 Suzuki Swift
|Swift GL 1.2L MT||P775,000|
|Swift GL 1.2L CVT||P819,000|
2021 Suzuki Celerio
|Suzuki Celerio 1.0L CVT||P628,000|
2021 Suzuki Ertiga
|Suzuki Ertiga 1.5 GLX AT||P998,000|
|Suzuki Ertiga 1.5 GL AT||P908,000|
|Suzuki Ertiga 1.5 GL MT||P868,000|
|Suzuki Ertiga 1.5 GA MT||P748,000|
2021 Suzuki APV
|Suzuki APV 1.6 GA||P593,000|
|Suzuki APV 1.6 GLX||P813,000|
2021 Suzuki XL7
|Suzuki XL7 1.5 GLX AT||P1,073,000|
2021 Suzuki Carry
|Suzuki Carry 1.5 Utility Van MT||P644,000|
|Suzuki Carry 1.5 Truck MT||P539,000|
|Suzuki Carry 1.5 Cargo Van MT||P606,000|
|Suzuki Super Carry Utility Van||P580,000|
As you can see, most of the price jumps aren’t too significant. Ertiga units, for example, only cost P5,000 more now. Unfortunately, this isn’t the case for the prices of the Celerio 1.0L CVT and the brand’s commercial vehicles, which have gone up by P30,000.
Not all of the brand’s products saw price hikes, though. Products with prices that have remained unaffected include the Jimny mini SUV, Vitara subcompact crossover, Dzire, and Ciaz. Lucky you if these were the models you planned to buy this year.
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