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Friday, November 5, 2021

Suzuki PH Introduces S-Presso Special Edition For P 568K


Suzuki Philippines is releasing a more stylish version of its S-Presso mini crossover just in time for Christmas. Meet the 2022 Suzuki S-Presso Special Edition.

Since its launch in March of last year, the S-Presso has become a strong seller for Suzuki locally. The introduction of the S-Presso Special Edition aims to increase its street appeal with features such as black cladding all around, skid plates, silver-colored door moldings, roof spoiler, and alloy wheels.


Inside, the S-Presso Special Edition has silky silver ornamentation on the center console and AC vents.

The S-Presso Special Edition comes in Starry Blue Pearl for P 568,000—a P 45,000 premium over the S-Presso GL.

Mechanically, the S-Presso Special Edition is unchanged. With that, it uses a 1.0-liter 3-cylinder engine (K10B) putting out 67 horsepower and 90 Nm of torque. The sole gearbox remains a 5-speed manual driving the front wheels.


The 2022 Suzuki S-Presso Special Edition is now available for reservations at the 73 authorized Suzuki Auto dealerships nationwide.

7 comments:

  1. those tires are so thin @_@

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    1. and so? as if naman kakailanganin mo makapal na gulong sa ganitong sasakyan.

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    2. it's an observation, chill out....

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  2. They should import the Automatic version that they have in India as well. The wheels are so small and thin though, but I guess gotta find ways to keep the cost down. If they can important the Automatic version and have it for less than 600k and buy your own wheels na lang, this will be a best seller especially among yuppies

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  3. So true, people are clamoring about the amt/ags version of it since it will truly sell. But i think they wont as a suzuki rep said since it will eat the sales of the celerio, and since the 3rd gen was just launched in india the ags spresso would probably not make it here. But lets keep our fingers crossed shall we

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  4. A casket on wheels. I wouldn't want my loved ones driving this.

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