The 2021 Suzuki APV is a minivan/light commercial vehicle designed by Suzuki in Japan and manufactured in Indonesia by Suzuki Indomobil Motor (a subsidiary of Suzuki). The abbreviation “APV” is short for All Purpose Vehicle. It is powered by a 1.5-liter or 1.6-liter inline-four engine delivering 92–105 PS. The APVs are exported to countries like Algeria, Barbados, Bolivia, Brunei, Chile, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Jamaica, Malaysia, the Middle East, Pakistan, Peru, the Philippines, Singapore, Sudan, Thailand, and Trinidad and Tobago. Up until 2018, it was also exported to Australia. The pickup truck version, called Suzuki Mega Carry in Indonesia, Super Carry Pro in Vietnam and APV Pickup elsewhere, was launched in 2011, six years after Suzuki Indomobil Motor started exported to more than 80 countries in the world from 2005. The Mega Carry was discontinued in 2019 in favor of the international version of the eleventh generation Carry. The APV was also sold by Mitsubishi Motors from 2005 until 2009 as the Mitsubishi Maven. It features minor exterior cosmetic changes, and was also locally built by Suzuki Indomobil Motor.
eople today on the go have many needs. They need a car that will do almost anything and extend their lifestyle possibilities – now and in the future. The APV will meet the wide range of needs and lifestyles of its potential owners. In puts into form the performance and utility required for its markets. Every effort was made to incorporate Suzuki’s dedication to people-friendly cars and build a vehicle that would be fun to use.Whether you plan to use it as a minivan, light commercial unit, or serve some other people- or cargo-hauling duty, this aptly titled All-Purpose Vehicle from the Japanese car brand is always ready to meet your needs. Available in two trims, the APV can seat a total of eight persons, including driver. Choose the GA 1.6L MT and you get a basic vehicle fit for commercial use. Choose the GLX 1.6L MT and you have a decent ride for a large family. You’ll be hard pressed to find a car under a mil that has an 8-person seating capacity such as the Suzuki APV. Sure, there are light commercial vehicles with more seats at that price, but they don’t have the APV’s creature comforts such as adjustable seats, power windows, and touchscreen infotainment system, to name a few.
The all-purpose family van offers prestige and drivability usually reserved for higher ranked cars in addition to exciting new lifestyle possibilities. It will also be admired for attractive styling inside and out, superb ride comfort, and dependable, economical performance. A stylish look of power and prestige puts the APV in a class all by itself. Smoothing forms and materials bring quality and refinement to the inside. Subtle shading, sensible selection of materials, and gentle contours and shapes combine to create a roomy, luxurious environment free of stress. The tasteful coordination of colours adds to the overall elegance. A choice of seat and trim materials is available. The materials clearly show the grade level, helping the owners choose the grade best suited to their needs. The proud, dynamic design shows off the owner’s refined taste and active lifestyle. Round and square forms are balanced to produce a stylish yet functional form that looks good in any setting. Key design elements include a reassuring bonnet, a flowing extended silhouette, and rear side swing doors. A thick bumper and flared fenders highlight the sure roadholding ability of Suzuki models.
The 2021 Suzuki APVV chassis is especially one to marvel at, described by its maker as “engineered and proven to withstand punishing conditions as well as offer smooth, stable handling in expectation of its potential uses.” The engine and transmission are tuned to meet the exact the needs of the users, and many local tests were done to ensure that they did. The economical, dependable powertrain generates the low-end torque needed for quick starts in stop-and-go urban traffic or for sure performance over rough, unpaved roads. The chassis is engineered and proven to withstand punishing conditions as well as offer smooth, stable handling in expectation of its potential uses. Long tracks and wheelbase turn in good handling characteristics to make the most of the natural-feeling power steering and precision tuning of the upgraded suspensions. Under the APV’s hood is a 1.6-liter SOHC gas mill that yields a max output of 91hp and 127Nm of torque. This engine courses its power through a 5-speed manual transmission to the rear wheels. Owners have reported securing around 24kms on the liter, which is plenty impressive for any type of daily driver. The APV certainly has its steering going for it. Light and easy to control, the APV’s enjoyable drive is a huge plus for those who plan to use this vehicle as a business workhorse.
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