2024 Suzuki XL7 Hybrid enters PH with P1.252 million starting price

Updated Mar 18, 2024 | Same topic: Automotive Industry Updates

An early reservation promo is available for this model until the end of the month.

Suzuki Philippines debuts the new XL7 hybrid. This is an update of the previously available non-hybrid version, and it comes a year after the introduction of the Suzuki Ertiga Hybrid into the local market.

2024 Suzuki XL7 Hybrid

2024 Suzuki XL7 Hybrid

According to the Japanese marque, the new 2024 Suzuki XL7 boasts an array of features that will elevate one’s driving experience. Chief among these is its new hybrid powertrain which promises better efficiency than ever before.

On top of that, the brand is offering an “Early Reservation Promo” for the new hybrid model. This will allow for an easier experience in getting to own the XL7 Hybrid.

So what is the XL7 Hybrid like, and what is it offering to would-be adopters? Let’s find out.


On the outside, the 2024 Suzuki XL7 Hybrid retains the same Ertiga DNA that underpinned the previous generation model. It is still more rugged-looking and more striking than the Ertiga, and it keeps the same overall shape as well.

XL7 Hybrid from the side

XL7 Hybrid from the side

New to this 2024 year model though, are a pair of revised LED headlamp clusters that give the ride a more impactful look. It likewise sports a more stylish new grille, but its lower front bumper still bears a faux skid plate and a pair of front fog lamps surrounded by black plastic bits.

Up top, this new hybrid MPV gets a pair of silver-colored roof rails that go along with its black roof, black power-folding side mirrors, and black pillars. Its wheel arches and side skirts are also covered in black plastic cladding, and it rides on a set of 16-inch polished alloy wheels.

XL7 Hybrid roof

The two-tone variant gets a black-colored roof

The rear of the Suzuki XL7 Hybrid meanwhile, comes with a silver and black rear bumper, a pair of LED rear combination lamps, and a rear wiper.


Inside, the Suzuki XL7 Hybrid seats up to seven occupants. Its front cabin meanwhile, gets a wealth of silver accents on the dashboard and doors.

A peek inside the XL7 Hybrid

A peek inside the XL7 Hybrid

Keeping everyone cool inside the XL7 Hybrid is an automatic air-conditioning system for the front and a manual air-conditioner for the rear. The front cupholders get their own vents to keep your drinks cool as well.

For the driver, provided is a push-to-start button, a multi-function flat-bottom steering wheel, cruise control, and keyless engine starting. Its third-row seats can be folded with a 50:50 split, and with all the seats folded down, the XL7 features a maximum cargo volume of 803 liters.

Tech & Safety

Providing onboard entertainment and navigation for the XL7 Hybrid is a 10-inch floating-type touchscreen display. This offers Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, and it is linked to a six-piece speaker system. The driver, on the other hand, gets a sporting-looking gauge cluster that’s paired with a digital driving display.

The updated XL7's cockpit

The updated XL7's cockpit

Handling safety for the XL7 Hybrid are dual front airbags, ISOFIX child seat anchors, anti-lock braking with electronic brakeforce distribution, hill hold control, rear parking sensors, a reverse camera, an engine immobilizer, a transmission shift locker, and stability control, among others.


The biggest update on this version of the XL7 is its new mild hybrid powertrain. Like the Philippine-spec Ertiga Hybrid, it uses a 1.5-liter K15B gasoline engine that works together with an integrated starter motor (ISG) as well as a lithium-ion battery.

The Suzuki XL7 Hybrid's engine

The Suzuki XL7 Hybrid's engine bay

On the XL7 Hybrid, this system outputs a total of 103 horsepower and 138 Nm of torque. Power is sent to the vehicle’s front wheels via a four-speed automatic transmission.

This mild-hybrid powertrain also features an engine auto start-stop system for better fuel efficiency. According to tests conducted by the Automobile Association of the Philippines (AAP), this new model can return a fuel reading of 22.3 km/liter on the highway.

While this XL7 bears the word “hybrid” on its name, the Land Transportation Office (LTO) has determined that it does not meet the requirements of a hybrid vehicle as determined by the Electric Vehicle Industry Development Act. Specifically, it cannot run solely with the use of its electric motor component.

XL7 Hybrid from the rear

XL7 Hybrid from the rear

With that said, it is still subject to the Unified Vehicle Volume Reduction Program (UVVRP), otherwise known as the “Number Coding Scheme.”


Pricing for the 2024 Suzuki XL7 Hybrid starts at Php 1,252,000 for the XL7 Hybrid GLX Monotone. The XL7 Hybrid GLX Two-tone (black roof) meanwhile, is priced at Php 1,262,000.

Available colors include Magma Gray Metallic, Brave Khaki Pearl, and Snow White Pearl for the monotone variant. The two-tone version version meanwhile, may come in Savanna Ivory Metallic and Rising Orange Pearl Metallic, both of which are combined with Cool Black Pearl Metallic.

A picture of the Suzuki XL7 Hybrid

The XL7 Hybrid GLS is available as a mono-tone variant and a two-tone variant

As mentioned, Suzuki PH is offering an Early Reservation Promo for the XL7 Hybrid. Until March 31, 2024, those making a reservation for this new model are entitled to a Php 50,000 discount from the vehicle’s suggested retail price (SRP). This is applicable for cash purchases, bank purchase orders (bank P.O.), or discounted downpayment for financing.

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Know more about Suzuki


Suzuki Philippines Inc. (SPH) offers 11 new models with a price that starts at ₱499,000 and goes up to ₱1,175,000. It includes 10 passenger cars and one commercial vehicle which is the Suzuki Carry. In the hatchback category, Suzuki Philippines offers the Suzuki S-Presso, Suzuki Swift, and Suzuki Celerio. As for sedans, the Japanese automaker has the Suzuki Dzire. SPH has two MPV offerings, namely the Suzuki Ertiga and Suzuki APV. And the crossover/SUV lineup of the small car manufacturer consists of two models. There's the Suzuki XL7, and Suzuki Jimny.

In addition to the monthly Suzuki car price list, Philkotse.com always ensures that it is the address that provides all the best promotions from all dealers in the Philippines along with prepaid and paid programs, and the lowest monthly contribution that car buyers cannot ignore.

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Cesar G.B. Miguel

Cesar G.B. Miguel


Cesar Guiderone B. Miguel was born and raised in Iligan City, Lanao Del Norte. He graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts in English degree from Mindanao State University - Iligan Institute of Technology. He previously worked as a freelance writer for various websites, as a member of the Iligan City Disaster Risk Reduction Management's training staff, and as a medical sales representative.

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