Though each model comes in a different look, the differences are not significant, and they still share various traits in common.
Suzuki designs all of its models as mini trucks to meet global business demands, and they are available in six colors: black, red, white, green, blue, and yellow.
All variants offer an up to 940 kilograms loading capacity and a big 2,205mm wheelbase. Twenty-two rope hooks distributed around the cargo bed also help to secure your load.
Moreover, the variety in measurement gives you more chances to purchase a suitable truck. For example, the smallest one measures 4,195 x 1,765 x 1,910 mm (LxWxH). Other versions can have some small adjustments in dimensions.
The model interior does not develop a flashy design but a quite basic and modern look.
It’s the black color that covers everything from the plastic dashboard and panel to leather seats. The spacious cabin gives drivers and passengers extra space for shoulder and head, ensuring a comfortable experience during long trips.
What is more, Suzuki also provides a decent distance between the hip point and acceleration pedal to make the long drive a breeze.
All Suzuki models possess commercial body types. The van can comfortably seat two passengers in the cabin and up to twelve in the cargo bed.
The manual transmission makes the model a true truck as this kind of transmission can ensure safety and reliability in all-time transporting vehicles.
Suzuki Multicab also runs on a 1.5L gasoline engine that can generate a maximum of 95 HP max power and 135 Nm of torque.
These figures work quite well on a minivan.
In terms of safety features, Suzuki equips all of its models with standard equipment.
Each minivan offers two airbags and seatbelts. You can also pay more to own an additional airbag set of occupants, knees, and curtain airbags. This pack also comes with a centralized locking system and a security alarm.
It is a pity that there is almost no modern technology in Suzuki models. These light trucks do not offer Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, or wireless connectivity. Therefore, if you wish for some music during the trips, you have to turn on the radio or use the cable to connect your phones to the van.
Yet, it is not a problem as almost all trucks share this inconvenience, and Suzuki's price is quite affordable even without advanced features.