Suzuki S-Presso Review
Strong, hot and small, Espresso is the reason people get up in the morning and go to work. Suzuki has launched a car that is just like your Espresso. Well, it is not like Espresso, it is the S-Presso.
Suzuki S-Presso Exterior
The S-Presso has slim grills with angular chromes and the logo right in between. The grills are merged with the headlight and the DRLs are located below. The bonnet is square and the arches in the wheel make it look like an SUV. The rear side looks like a hatch.
Suzuki S-Presso Interior
The interior is even better than the exterior. It gives a funky vibe with sharp curves and cuts with a colorful 7-inch touchscreen surrounded by a large circular accent and has both apple car play and android auto for smartphone connectivity. The interior is spacious. We were skeptical about the space looking at the exterior but there is plenty of room for three people. The feet folding and headrest seems fine for an average person.
The windows in the front are automatic and the windows in the back are old school. No armrest and cup holder at the backseats. The storage in the passenger area looks good. There is a mobile holder at the central bottom and the AC control is manual.
Suzuki S-Presso Engine
The Mini-SUV has a proven 1.0 k10 engine that provides 50 kW power at 5500 rpm and 90 nm torque at 3500 rpm. This petrol fuel type vehicle gives a mileage of 21 kmpl.
Suzuki S-Presso Dimensions
The car has a wheelbase of 2380mm and a ground clearance of 180mm. It is fit for city roads and occasional off roads nearby. The turning radius is 4.5 meters and it can be turned anywhere.
Suzuki S-Presso Safety
The car is safety compliant with features like dual airbags, ABS, EBD, seat belt reminders, and parking sensors.
Suzuki S-Presso Space
The car gives you a surprisingly large boot space with 240 l in parcel tray up and 270 l without the parcel tray.
Suzuki S-Presso Colours
The car is available in six different colors, however, none of them are Robust or Arabica Brown as suggested by the name of the car.
My First SUV, as the company's tagline, it can be a special car that is technically an SUV but hatchback enough to travel in the city. It is a lot more spacious on the inside than it looks from the outside.
Suzuki S-Presso Price in Nepal
The price is worth it if what you want is an SUV but not big enough for moving in the city.
Std: Rs 23,49,000
Lxi: Rs 24,49,000
Vxi: Rs 25,49,000
Vxi+: Rs 25,99,000
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