Articles about Suzuki Ertiga

Which of these two seven-seat Suzukis do you think is the better deal?
An MPV on stilts?
Right now, the Suzuki Ertiga is the bread and butter of the Japanese carmaker's Philippine operations. With the seven-seat MPV accounting for almost a quarter of the brand's local sales, Suzuki Philippines managed to snag a 6.3% market
The Ertiga, the Carry, and the S-Presso were the biggest sales drivers
Suzuki Philippines (SPH) has posted strong figures over the past few years, as it ended both 2018 and 2019 with significant year-on-year growth. However, as with all carmakers across the globe, its progress last year was derailed by the COVID-
Among many other discounts
Suzuki Philippines may have given a few vehicles some price bumps to start off 2021, but it is now closing out the first month of the year by going the opposite direction. The Japanese carmaker is currently offering big discounts on select
Expect changes to the brand’s price list
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
Just in time for the holidays
If you weren't able to avail of Suzuki Philippines' Dealightful Wheels promo last month, here is some good news: The Japanese carmaker is giving Ertiga customers another chance to ride home one of 10 Suzuki Skydrive 125 Fi motorcycles up for
It’s still one of the most enticing seven-seater MPVs in our market
The Ertiga has been the major sales driver for Suzuki Philippines (SPH) for a couple of years now, and the numbers are sheer proof.In 2018-even before the current-generation model was launched-the MPV already accounted for 30% of SPH'
Winners will be chosen about a month from now
Can't decide between buying yourself a car or a motorcycle? Why not have both? If you purchase a brand-new Suzuki Ertiga between now and October 31, 2020, you might just end up having both inside your garage.Suzuki Philippines is
Still looking into buying this MPV?
It looks like Suzuki Philippines isn't taking a laid-back approach to pushing the Ertiga in our market, despite the MPV's initial success.The Japanese car manufacturer has just given its popular seven-seater an upgrade for 2020, equipping the
This will take on the likes of the Toyota Rush and the Honda BR-V
If you've been looking forward to the Suzuki XL7's local arrival, we have some good news for you: The Japanese car manufacturer has already revealed the price of its brand-new subcompact SUV, which is set to take on the
It will be launched locally in March
Earlier this month, we reported that the XL7-Suzuki's new mini-SUV based on its hot-selling MPV, the Ertiga-will be arriving in March. It's a smart move considering our country's passion for ground clearance and seven seats.
Listed in no particular order
The 2010s are almost over, with just a few days left in the decade (or months, if you're counting 2020 as the final year, as purists do). It's been a wild ride since the global financial crisis of 2008, and
The unit tested was from the Indian market
The Suzuki Ertiga is a car that ticks plenty of the right boxes. This seven-seat Japanese MPV is stylish, drives reasonably well, and features a practical and cozy interior. In terms of safety, though, the vehicle could use a little improvement.
It’s finally been revealed
The XL6-Suzuki's answer to the likes of the Honda BR-V and the Toyota Rush-has been revealed, and it looks more than ready to take on its competition. It was teased for the Indian market earlier this month, and
As well as the Swift and Celerio
Suzuki Philippines (SPH) is on a roll this year, and it's all thanks to hot-selling products like the all-new Ertiga MPV, Swift subcompact hatch, and budget-friendly Celerio.The Japanese car manufacturer has just announced it has climbed to
Another three-row ‘mini SUV’ joins the fray
It looks like Suzuki is getting in on the 'mini SUV' craze now, too. The Japanese car manufacturer is following in the footsteps of rival carmakers Honda and Toyota and releasing a segment competitor of its own: The XL6.The XL6 is
Now might be your best chance to experience it
To the Suzuki fans and potential buyers out there, here's a heads-up: Suzuki Philippines has announced that it will be going around the country for the Suzuki Auto Festival 2019. The Japanese carmaker will be exhibiting its lineup at various
Available at select dealerships nationwide
More and more Suzuki models can be seen on the road as the years pass, which is a testament to how well the brand markets the comfort, drivability, and affordability of its offerings. Now, as the Japanese carmaker further expands its roster,
More than just a car club
A) Club Ertiga Philippines was founded in 2015 by EJ Reyes, John Ballesteros, Rosalio Jose, and Vic Lumen. The club is duly recognized by Suzuki Philippines.A) The founding members (above) were the first owners of the newly released Suzuki Ertiga back
Which of these do you plan on buying?
It's been a pretty eventful year for the local automotive industry so far. Every major player, from Japanese giants like Toyota and Suzuki to more upscale European brands like Volvo and BMW, has been busy bringing products in. And to think
Were you a buyer?
The Ertiga, Celerio, and Dzire are Suzuki's best-selling cars in the Philippines for the first quarter of 2019.According to Suzuki Philippines (SPH), its consistent sales growth is good enough for sixth place among Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the
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