Articles about Suzuki Philippines

A surprisingly competent package
When Suzuki launched the S-Presso last year, I was eager to try it out, but a bit worried that it would disappoint me. It's nothing but an Alto on stilts, right? Not just an Alto, but a Maruti Alto, based
Just over 4,200 big bikes from Japan’s ‘Big Four’ were sold locally last year
The Motorcycle Development Participants Program Association (MDPPA) recently released its sales report for 2020. The figures showed a steep 29.4% decline in sales for 'The Big Four' Japanese motorcycle companies: Honda Philippines, Yamaha Motor Philippines, Kawasaki Philippines, and Suzuki PhilippinesOf the
With around 1.2 million units sold versus 2019’s 1.7 million
For the first time in seven years, the Motorcycle Development Program Participants Association (MDPPA) reported negative sales growth in 2020, primarily due to the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The MDPPA is made up of the 'The Big Four&#
There’s also a promo for Doraemon fans
The Suzuki Dzire is small, easy to maneuver, and relatively affordable-three boxes that any vehicle hoping to be considered a worthwhile starter car needs to tick. It's also currently available for up to P90,000 less if you pay in
More options for subcompact-sedan buyers
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to limit the availability of public transport and pose risks to its users, those with the funds to spare have taken to acquiring their own private rides. The subcompact class, in particular, remains a popular choice
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
Good move
Physical car launches aren't the only auto industry staple to take a backseat because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Even dealership openings have had to go virtual-not that this is an issue, as Suzuki Philippines is showing.The Japanese car
Suzuki Auto San Pablo will have a six-car showroom and five service bays
Suzuki Philippines (SPH) is looking to end the year on a high note, as it has just broken ground at its new site in San Pablo City, Laguna, where its new dealership will soon rise.The new facility, Suzuki Auto San Pablo,
A safe way to showcase its lineup
No mall display, no problem. Suzuki Philippines is once again taking to social media to showcase its local lineup of cars with the second leg of its virtual Auto Festival Roadshow taking place this weekend.Instead of the usual on-ground festival,
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
What do you think of the prices?
Suzuki Philippines has stepped up its campaign in the lightweight market by unveiling the new Gixxer 250 series, the Burgman Street, and a new variant of the Skydrive scooter, the Crossover.Launched globally back in March, the new Gixxer 250 series is
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'
Did you buy a car this year?
The numbers are in, and so far, things haven't been good as far as local car sales go. But there seems to be light at the end of the tunnel.According to data provided by the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of
With no OR
Several days ago, a reader reached out to Top Gear Philippines regarding his experience trying to buy a brand-new Suzuki Jimny. According to him, the dealer he transacted with was sneakily trying to slap an extra P100,000 on top of
A welcome boost for the Internet service provider
Suzuki Philippines just released 200 units of its Carry workhorse, the vehicle that was launched in our market just last year. Receiving the units was Internet service provider Converge Communications & Information Technology Solutions, Inc.Before anything else, here's a quick rundown
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
Want to get away from it all, too?
Do you guys remember what the outside world looks like? We sure do. We miss seeing the beach and the trees. But instead of weekend jaunts to the seaside or even a quick drive to Tagaytay, the past few months have turned
A stylish and feature-packed crossover with an affordable price tag
The Suzuki Vitara has come a long way since the first-generation model. Back then, it was as close as you could get to a Jimny's twin. It was a boxy little SUV with a manual gearbox and part-time 4WD
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