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2015 Suzuki APV

updated: August 04, 2017 17:56 | launched: 18-01-20 17:02:22

Thanks to its packaging, the Suzuki APV manages to seat 7 while maintaining the length of a compact hatchback. The APV also comes with flexible seats which can either fold or slide, depending on the owner's needs. Keeping the running costs low is a 1.6 liter, 4 cylinder engine which can be paired to either a manual or automatic. Top of the line models get captain chairs in the second row.

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2015 Suzuki APV VARIANTS AND PRICES

Type II SGX AT

1590cc Gas

₱820,000*

Type II GA MT

1590cc Gas

₱588,000*
*While we at AutoIndustriya.com strive to provide updated and accurate information, vehicle specifications and prices are subject to change by manufacturers and distributors without prior notice.

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