Suzuki S-Presso CAR PRICE LIST IN May 2020

To help Filipino car buyers, provides the latest Suzuki S-Presso price in the Philippines, including the latest model; the Suzuki S-Presso Philippines price list and installment

Note however that these are the official prices taken from the official Suzuki website. As such, should serve as a reference only. For more accurate pricing information, please refer to the Suzuki S-Presso for sale section.

I. Suzuki S-Presso Philippines price list - 2020

Suzuki S-Presso 5 MT
Php 518,000

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Released in 2019 in its home country of India, and in 2020 here in the Philippines, the Suzuki S-Presso is a city car with a high ground clearance and a lot of SUV-esque styling cues. It’s also the most affordable car in the country, as of 2020, effectively replacing the Suzuki Alto 800 as Suzuki’s smallest, most affordable model.

2020 Suzuki S-Presso Philippines: Specs, Features, and Pricing Overview

On the outside, the Suzuki S-Presso looks like a micro SUV. Like its predecessor, however, it does have a unibody build, although it has a higher ride height of 180mm. Also notable is the rugged styling, which features aggressive fender flares, and a very dominant front fascia.

A picture of the S-Presso's available colors

Comes in a lot of cool colors too

Inside, the Suzuki S-Presso has a lot of character. This is especially true with the dashboard, whose 7-inch touchscreen head unit is surrounded by a circular shape. The seats are also clad in fabric and everything from the interior door panels and the controls is well placed. The S-Presso also has a respectable 239 liters of luggage space and space for up to five people.

A picture of the S-Presso's interior

The S-Presso's interior is well arranged and actually spacious

Under the hood of the S-Presso is the tried and true Suzuki K10B, which makes 67 horsepower and 90 Nm of torque. Power is sent to the front through a five-speed manual.

II. Suzuki S-Presso price Philippines 2020: Estimated Down Payment and monthly Installment

1. Suzuki S-Presso Price Philippines 2020: GL 5MT

Downpayment (20%)
Amount Financed
Tenure / Year
Simple Interest Rate / Years
Monthly Amortization
Chattel Mortgage
Comprehensive Insurance for 1 year
LTO for 3 years
CTPL for 3 years
Total Loan Payment
Total First Payment


  • SRP in Metro Manila
  • Chattel Mortgage Fees may vary with the bank chosen
  • Interest rates may vary with the bank and loan terms
  • This is only an estimation of the actual cost. Monthly amortization does not include insurance premium

A picture of the Suzuki S-Presso with a white background

The S-Presso proves that SUV styling cues combined with a city car build works

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III. Why would you want to buy a Suzuki S-Presso?

Being a city car, the Suzuki S-Presso is very compact. As such, we would like to think that like any city car, it can handle tight traffic and it can pass through traffic “bottlenecks” a little bit better than larger sedans and hatchbacks available in the market today.

Also note that the Suzuki S-Presso 2020 has a minimum ground clearance of 180mm, which is significantly more than that of most sedans. This will provide the S-Presso better capabilities in handling rough terrain. Of course, flooding is common here in the Philippines, so its ground clearance might also help in that regard.

A picture of the S-Presso on a road

It's pretty light too at only 1170kg gross weight

Being a small car, however, the Suzuki S-Presso might have some issues for wider/taller people. Also, it’s relatively small; a 27-liter fuel tank might be a bit too restrictive for comfort.

One large weakness of the S-Presso is that it only has one variant, the GL, which in turn only has one transmission option; a five-speed manual. Driving enthusiasts might like that…a lot, but it’s pretty obvious that a lot of people also want an automatic.

>>> Related: 2020 Suzuki S-Presso vs Alto Comparison: Spec Sheet Battle

IV. Suzuki S-Presso Philippines Specsheet

Suzuki S-Presso 2020
Body Type
City car
Ground Clearance
Number of Seats
Engine & Performance
Machine Type
K10B Inline-4 Gasoline
Engine Size
1.0 Liters
Number of Cylinders
Number of Valves
998 cc
Transmission Category
5-speed manual
Max Output
67 horsepower @ 5,500 rpm
Max Torque
90 Nm @ 3,500 rpm
Safety Features
  • Driver and front passenger airbags
  • Child safety locks
  • Anti-lock braking system
  • Parking sensors
  • Immobilizer
Other features
Front Suspension
MacPherson Strut
Rear Suspension
Torsion Beam
Front Brake
Ventilated Disc
Rear Brakes
Tire Size
165/70 R14

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A picture of the S-presso in the city

It has a small fuel tank, but we're predicting that it'll do well within the city

V. About Suzuki Philippines

Suzuki is a Japanese multinational company primarily known for their motorcycles, their compact four-wheel vehicles, and anything with a small internal combustion engine. They have 133 licensed distributors in 192 countries and their sales volume is the third-largest in the world. They also have a number of noteworthy subsidiaries the biggest of which is Maruti Suzuki India Limited.

While Suzuki isn’t that big on pitting their cars in motorsport, what few they have are awesome hill climb monsters like the Suzuki Cultus (a.k.a the Celerio) Pikes Peak Version, the Suzuki Escudo Pikes Peak Version, and the Suzuki S4X Pikes Peak version. Being hill climb cars, most of these made more than 600 horsepower. For more details, visit our Suzuki reviews section.

They also had a Junior World Rally Team that competed from 2002 to 2010 using a Suzuki Swift S1600 and a World Rally Team from 2007 to 2008 using a Suzuki SX4 WRC.

Currently here in the Philippines, Suzuki branded cars are currently distributed by Suzuki Philippines Inc. (SPI). Currently, their line-up consists of the Vitara, the Carry, Jimny, Ertiga, Swift, S-Presso, Celerio, APV, Dzire, Ciaz, and a number of commercial vehicles.


Cesar G.B. Miguel

Cesar learned how to drive a car years before he got his license. Today, he's still looking for that perfect '90s Japanese coupe to drive into the sunset while listening to "Crazy Little Love" by Nuage. Also has a thing for badass off-road vehicles and weird engine swaps.