Suzuki Xl7 CAR PRICE LIST IN May 2020

To further aid Filipino car buyers in keeping up with the latest Suzuki XL7 car price in the Philippines, Philkotse.com provides a regularly updated Suzuki XL7 price list and estimated down payment details as follows.

Please note that these are prices listed are based on the prices provided by showrooms and brand websites, which are subject to change and for your reference only. For more accurate pricing information, please refer to the Suzuki XL7 for sale section.

I. Suzuki XL7 Price in the Philippines 2020

Model
Price
Suzuki XL7 1.5
Php 1,068,000

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Based heavily on the Suzuki Ertiga, the XL7 is an MPV, which was made to look tougher. If you look closely at the XL7’s silhouette, it still looks like the Ertiga but it does have a higher ride height of 200mm compared to the Ertiga’s 180mm. While an XL7 did exist back in 1999 to 2006 as a Suzuki midsize SUV, this new XL7 introduced in 2020 is nothing like the aforementioned.

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

Upfront, the XL7 is given a larger, darker grille, a set of different looking headlights with daytime running lights, and roof rails up top. At the rear, it still has the Ertiga’s L-shaped taillights.

A picture of the front of the XL7 as it travels on a city road

Check out that aggressive front fascia

Inside, the cabin of the XL7 is as spacious as the one aboard the Ertiga. It can fit seven people, and the model also comes with a lot of bottle holder and cubby holes, one 12V accessory socket for each row, a center armrest for the front row and 2nd row, rear A/C vents, an 8-inch touchscreen with Bluetooth, and a push-to-start button.

A picture of the interior of the XL7

Looks like the insides of the Ertiga with some slight differences style wise

For safety, the XL7 is equipped with dual front airbags, anti-lock braking with electronic brakeforce distribution, hill-start assist, stability control, a smart mirror, and ISOFIX.

Under the hood, the Suzuki XL7 comes with a 1.5-liter K15B engine, which, like the one aboard the Ertiga, can make up to 103 horsepower and 138 nm of torque. Power is sent to the front wheels through a 4-speed automatic.

>>> Relatd: 2020 Suzuki XL7 vs Ertiga Comparison: Spec Sheet Battle

I. Suzuki XL7 Price Philippines 2020: Estimated Downpayment and Monthly Installment

1. Suzuki XL7 1.5 AT price in the Philippines

SRP
₱1,068,000
Downpayment (30%)
₱320,400
Amount Financed
₱747,600
Tenure / Year
5
Bank
Dealer
Simple Interest Rate / Years
5.22%
10.71%
Monthly Amortization
₱14,184
₱16,147

A picture of the XL7 on a dry arid place

It's the tougher, more macho version of the Ertiga

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

III. Why would you want to buy a Suzuki XL7?

The Suzuki Ertiga has proven itself in the Philippine market. There’s no doubt about that. It is, however, a bit on the sleek, some even say, plain side when it comes to exterior design.

This is where the Suzuki XL7 2020 comes in. It’s based on the Ertiga, but it has a very macho looking exterior design. Apart from that, its high ground clearance is a plus especially if you live in areas where roads are not that great. And of course, one cannot deny the spaciousness and practicality of the XL7.

A picture of the interior of the XL7 highlighting the seats

The space it offers makes the XL7 ideal as a family vehicle

One thing that can be called a con of the XL7, however, that is among its competitors, it’s probably the model that sticks close to the model it is based on, engineering-wise.

There isn’t that much difference between the top-of-the-line Ertiga GLX mechanically. Despite this, however, the XL7 is among the more affordable choices in its segment available in the Philippine market today.

Suzuki XL7 Pros and Cons

Pros
  • Macho, SUV-like styling
  • Lots of space
  • High ground clearance
  • It’s affordable
Cons
  • Not that different from the Ertiga sans the higher ground clearance and macho exterior design

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IV. Suzuki XL7 Philippines: Spec Sheet

Overall
Name
2020 Suzuki XL7
Class
Compact MPV
Dimensions
Length
4,450mm
Width
1,775mm
Height
1,710mm
Wheelbase
2,740mm
Ground Clearance
200mm
Number of Seats
7
Engine & Performance
Machine Type
1.5 liters K15B Gasoline
Engine Size
1,462cc
Number of Cylinders
4
Number of Valves
16
Transmission Category
4-speed automatic
Max Output
103 horsepower @ 6,000rpm
Max Torque
138 nm @ 4,400rpm
Safety Features
  • Driver and front passenger airbags
  • Child safety locks
  • Anti-lock braking system w/ EBD
  • Active stability control
  • Rear Parking Sensors
  • Hill-hold control
Other features
Front Suspension
MacPherson Strut with Coil Spring
Rear Suspension
Torsion Beam w/ Coil Spring
Front Brake
Ventilated Disc
Rear Brakes
Drum
Wheels and Tires
195/60 R16 (Polished Alloy Wheel)
Maximum Cargo Capacity
2,126 liters

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V.  About Suzuki Philippines

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

While Suzuki isn’t that big on pitting its cars in motorsport, what few it has 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.

A picture of the XL7 travelling on an urban road

With the introduction of the XL7, Suzuki Philippines is making a large splash in the MPV market

It 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 Auto. Currently, its line-up consists of the Vitara, the Carry, Jimny, Ertiga, Swift, Celerio, Alto 800, APV, Dzire, Ciaz, S-presso, XL7, and a number of commercial vehicles.

For more information about these vehicles, please visit our review page for Suzuki on Philkotse.com.

Author

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.