Here's a closer look at the all new Suzuki XL7 2020 specs

Updated Apr 13, 2021 | Same topic: Automotive Industry Updates

If you're really excited about the upcoming Suzuki XL7 2020, then you might want to check out this article as it contains a spec-sheet as well as the pricing for the top of the line variant.

The all-new Suzuki XL7 2020: Specs

While we already talked about the Suzuki XL7’s arrival and its March release here in the Philippines a couple of days ago, we now have information with regards to the said model with regards to its specifications. This is thanks to’s counterparts in Indonesia where the said vehicle will be sourced.

2020 Suzuki XL7 Philippines: Specs, Features, and Pricing Overview

They were fortunate to get close to this exciting new model from Suzuki and we even got pics! Note though that the Philippine-spec version of the Suzuki XL7 might have some slight differences with the Indonesian version as well as the variants that we’ll be getting in March.

Suzuki XL7 2020 specs in the Philippines
Brand Suzuki
1462 cc
Number of Cylinders
Transmission Type
5-speed MT or 4-speed AT
Power Train
Front-Wheel Drive
Max Output (HP)
103 @ 6000 rpm
Max Torque (nm)
138 @ 4400 rpm
4,450 mm
1,775 mm
1,710 mm
2,740 mm
Ground Clearance
200 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity
Number of Doors
Number of Seats
Rear Suspension
Torsion Beam w/ Stabilizer
Front Brake
Ventilated Disc
Rear Brake
Safety and comfort features
  • Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD)
  • 8-inch touchscreen
  • Push-to-start button
  • Hill-start-assist (XL7 AT Alpha variant)
  • Electronic Stability Program (XL7 AT variant)
  • Smart Mirror
  • Dual Front Airbags

Just like the Suzuki XL7 available in India, the XL7 is obviously a sportier, tougher looking version of the Suzuki Ertiga.

A picture of the Suzuki XL7 in a nature park in Indonesia

It's more athletic-looking than the Ertiga that's for sure

The XL7, however, is a larger vehicle. It is 55 mm longer, 40 mm wider, 20 mm taller and has 20 mm more in terms of ground clearance in comparison to the more elegant Ertiga. On top of that, the XL7’s turning radius is actually tighter than the smaller Ertiga.

A picture of the rear of the XL7

The XL7's rear end is likewise is a major departure from the subtler Ertiga

A picture of the Suzuki XL7's engine

It's the same old K15B engine found on the Ertiga and a number of other Suzuki engines

Apart from being larger, the XL7 also sports a differently shaped, edgier grille, black colored cladding all around, and a delicious looking set of 16-inch wheels.

Inside, the XL7 like the Ertiga has fabric clad seats though the dash is made more pleasing to the eye with splashes of faux carbon. This is a boon to those who are not fans of the faux wood found on the Ertiga.

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A picture of the XL7's interior

Faux wood's gone and replaced by faux carbon fiber

A picture of the XL7's rear seats

The XL7 gets the same old fabric seats 

Suzuki XL7 2020: Pricing

With regards to pricing, a lot of sources are saying that the top of the line Alpha trim will be priced at Php 1.060 million.

This obviously undercuts the top variants of the Honda BR-V which is now priced at Php 1.155 million, the Mitsubishi Xpander at Php 1.175 million, and the Toyota Rush at Php 1.1 Million.

A picture of the XL7 at a nature park

Let's take a closer look at this exciting new model from Suzuki

When it comes to the XL7’s other variants which are called the Beta and Zeta in the Indonesian market, we’ll just have to wait for Suzuki Philippines for more news. Heck, we aren’t even sure if the local-spec XL7 will be using those names for its variants.

Know more about Suzuki XL7 2021

Suzuki XL7

The new Suzuki XL7 is one of the most highly anticipated Multi-Purpose Vehicle in the Philippines today. The features of this robust crossover are based on another highly demanded vehicle from Suzuki Philippines Inc., the Suzuki Ertiga. It carries the vibe of a Sports Utility Vehicle bearing an effective spoiler, attractive trimmings, and a skid plate. Presently, the Suzuki XL7 GLX AT is the only variant available. You may choose from Magma Gray Metallic, Snow White Pearl, Brave Khaki Pearl, and Rising Orange Pearl Metallic.

From ₱1,073,000

Cesar G.B. Miguel

Cesar G.B. Miguel


Cesar is a graduate of AB English with previous experience working as a freelance writer for varied internet publications in-between his former stints in the Pharmaceutical Industry, and later as a First Aid Provider and Training Staff at the Iligan City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office.

Since childhood, Cesar has been keenly interested in cars. He has learned the ins and outs of these marvelous vehicles and is a competent amateur mechanic who is keen on sharing his knowledge.

Cesar is perceptive of car culture in general – not only in the Philippines but in global regard, as well. His knowledge ranges from the prevalent stories and trends among car enthusiasts around the world, to closely following the latest local and international developments in the automotive industry.

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