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Suzuki APV

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Suzuki APV
Suzuki
aka APV Arena
Production 2004-present
Class Compact size MPV
Body Style how many doors+how many seats+what type of body
Length length - type here
Width Width - type here
Height Height - type here
Wheelbase wheelbase - type here
Weight Weight - you get the point
Transmission transmission + drive
Engine engine
Power N/A hp @ N/A rpm
N/A lb-ft of torque @ N/A rpm
Similar Daihatsu Hijet
Honda Acty
Subaru Sambar
Mitsubishi Minicab
Designer Designer (lead designer if it was a team effort)

The Suzuki APV is a Mini MPV produced by Suzuki. The name "APV" stands for ASEAN Project Vehicle.It was designed in Indonesia to fill the entry level MPV market.

See Wikicars' comprehensive Suzuki APV Review.

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Recent Changes

The second generation of the APV has a different fascia, improved interior, more elegant grille and better suspension settings. It was also introduced with 2 new additional colours. The second generation model includes the limited edition "Luxury " trim.

Styles and Major Options

Luxury trim

A special edition trim called the " Luxury " is now available in the line up. The Luxury trim has a restyled bumper resembling the Toyota Alphard's and a new horizontal chrome grille. The Luxury trim has 5 spoke wheels and are available in white colors and with captain seats (2 individual seats on the second row).

Pricing

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MODEL Trims
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MSRP
$Price1 $Price2 $Price3 $Price4
Invoice
$Price1 $Price2 $Price3 $Price4

Gas Mileage

Fuel consumption is 9.6 km/l.

As seen on the FuelEconomy.gov website, the City/Highway MPG averages are as follows:

Trim
Trim1 Trim2 Trim3 Trim4
MPG
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Engine and Transmission

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Performance

The car accelerates from 0-100km/h in 16.8 seconds, which is faster than its rival, Daihatsu Luxio.

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Reliability

Some owners had problems with the remote key.

Safety

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Photos

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Colors

First generation

  • Silky Silver Metallic
  • Cold Black Metallic
  • Graphite Grey Metallic
  • Radiant Red Pearl

Second generation

  • Burgundy Pearl
  • Purplish Silver Metallic.

Luxury edition

  • White

Main Competitors

The APV's direct competitors are the Daihatsu Luxio and the Toyota Avanza. The Luxio offers more space, while the Avanza offers better driving experience.

Hybrid Models

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Unique Attributes

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Interior

Cabin space is smaller than the one found in its main rival, Daihatsu Luxio.However,because the cabin is smaller,the acceleration is faster and the fuel consumption is better than its rival.There are some cheap looking plastics in the cabin which also peel up and get scratched easily.

Resale Values

Resale value is good because the demand for Japanese brands is very high in Indonesia as is in other parts of South East Asia. The high population numbers of the buyers is also one of the factors why the resale value is so good.

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Criticisms

Based on the survey,most of the owners are satisfied with the car.

Generations

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Current Generation: (2007–present)

The second generation is called APV Arena. The front side has been face-lifted into a more proportional design while the interior was updated with a more modern and upmarket design. Like the previous model, it is powered by a 1.5 engine.

There are 3 trims levels available: the G, GX and SGX. The GX and SGX trim are shod with 15" alloy wheels, while the G trim made do with smaller 14" alloys. The GSX comes with keyless entry.

New colors are available for the second generation, Burgundy Pearl and Purplish Silver Metallic.

First Generation/Origins (2004–2006)

The first generation of APV was introduced in 2004 in Indonesia. It was powered by a 1.5 engine and an automatic transmission was introduced in 2005. It was made available in 2 trims levels: GA and GX and sold in colours including Silky Silver Metallic, Cold Black Metallic, Graphite Grey Metallic and Radiant Red Pearl.

Mitsubishi rebadged it as the Mitsubishi Maven.

Worldwide

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Design quirks and oddities

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Awards

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See Also

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