Articles about Suzuki Philippines

The COVID-19 pandemic has already caused the cancellation of a few launch events
It has some nifty bonuses like push-start ignition and a reversing camera
You may have already read about the price of the new Suzuki XL7. If not, you can check out that story here. But now, we can explore the vehicle in more detail, as Suzuki Philippines has officially revealed its full specifications.Let'
Are these worth the ultra-budget price tag?
By now you've heard that the Suzuki S-Presso comes with an ultra-affordable P518,000 price tag. That's all well and good, but the question as to whether the cost would be worth it remained unanswered on account of
Not a good look for the industry
The local automotive industry is off to a rough start for 2020.According to figures collected by the Association of Vehicle Importers and Distributors (AVID), sales across all segments-passenger cars, light commercial vehicles (LCV), and commercial vehicles-are down in January
And what an adventure it was
Suzuki's latest Raider has been making the rounds on the Internet lately-not just because it's a new Raider, but because it's poised to fight in the dual-sport underbone segment currently dominated by a certain bike from another
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
But why?
Tough luck for prospective Jimny owners. Suzuki Philippines has just raised the prices of its immensely popular mini SUV, and the jump in cost is a considerable one.The base Jimny 1.5 GL MT variant has gone up to P1,055,
This model has a serious off-road pedigree
Around 15 years ago, for the second article I wrote for Top Gear PH, I had the opportunity to test-drive the manual variant of the previous-generation Suzuki Jimny. I remember saying it was quite fun to drive on the highway-
Looking to finally own a vehicle?
Now this is what we call affordable. Suzuki Philippines has finally revealed the starting price of the upcoming S-Presso, and at just P518,000, the new model is an extremely enticing proposition for individuals making the jump into vehicle ownership.Only
Here’s the nemesis of the Honda XRM 125
Is Suzuki Philippines (SPI) preparing for war? By this, we mean the company appears to be readying itself for a fierce battle in the entry-level dual-sport segment by unleashing the 2020 Suzuki Raider J Crossover, which it revealed during its
Another mini-SUV to be launched the same month as the Suzuki XL7
It seems that the XL7 isn't the only mini-SUV that Suzuki is launching to start 2020. The Suzuki S-Presso will be making its way to the Philippines in March, too.We got our first look at this tiny Suzuki
Do you think this price is reasonable?
It's a known fact by now that the Honda BR-V- and Toyota Rush-rivaling Suzuki XL7 will be launched here in the Philippines in March. As we inch closer to that launch, more details of the mini-SUV have been
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.
Mascardo, Sobretodo, Salandanan top the list of honorees
Suzuki Philippines (SPI) has kicked off 2020 with a much-needed celebration for its VMan Racing satellite team.The outfit participated in several popular events in 2019, namely: the Super Series Nationwide Championship, the Inside Racing Grand Prix, the FIM Asia International
Another new nameplate to look forward to
Remember the XL6? Suzuki's new mini SUV positioned to take on the likes of the Toyota Rush and Honda BR-V? Well, it's coming to the Philippines as the XL7.A reliable source from within the auto industry has confirmed
These two living legends popularized motocross racing
More often than not, motoring journalists are always hesitant to start a conversation with Japanese motorcycle company executives during events. We believe the language barrier has got something to do with this, and it happens usually when they are just newly acquainted
Due to the influx of more affordable Chinese competition
It looks like the sudden influx of more affordable Chinese-made crossovers may have claimed its first casualty.Suzuki Philippines has announced that it is discontinuing select variants of the Vitara subcompact crossover. In a company sales memo circulating online, it said
The company ends the decade on a high note
The past year was a strong one for Suzuki Philippines (SPH). By the second half of 2019, the Japanese carmaker had already climbed to fifth in sales here in the local market; at the end of the third quarter, it reported a
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