Suzuki S-Presso

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S-Presso Specs
Engine 998 cc
Transmission Type Manual
Power 67 hp
Seating 5 seats
Ground Clearance 180 mm
Driver Airbag Yes
Power Steering Yes
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S-Presso Pros & Cons

Things We Like in S-Presso

Funky interior cabin design

Spacious cabin 

Things We Dont Like in S-Presso

Slightly weird exterior styling

Body roll at higher speeds 

Recent Updates of S-Presso

Due to the impact of COVID-19, Suzuki Philippines has postponed the launch event of S-Presso. However, the manufacturer has made it available for sale. The All-New S-presso is priced at a SRP of Php 518,000.00 and is available in a new colorway, Sizzle Orange. You may also enjoy the S-Presso in Fire Red, Metallic Granite Gray, and Metallic Silky Silver.

Even though the S-Presso gets compact dimensions, it still sports an SUV-like stance courtesy of a sporty front grille, muscular bumpers, and other elements. The Suzuki S-Presso's cabin features ample space and ample comfort & convenience features including power windows, touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto & Apple CarPlay.


Suzuki S-Presso 2020 Price List

Suzuki S-Presso August 2020 prices start from ₱518,000.00 in Philippines.

Variant Price list Specifications  
Suzuki S-Presso GL MT ₱518,000 *
SRP Price
998 cc, Manual , 67 hp, Gasoline
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Suzuki S-Presso Colors

S-Presso is available in 4 different colors - Silky Silver Metallic, Granite Grey, Fire Red and Sizzle Orange.

  • Silky Silver Metallic

  • Granite Grey

  • Fire Red

  • Sizzle Orange

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Suzuki S-Presso Review

  • S-Presso Overview
  • Suzuki S-Presso Interior & Features
  • S-Presso Exterior
  • Suzuki S-Presso Ride & Handling
  • S-Presso Engine & Fuel Consumption
  • Suzuki S-Presso Braking & Safety
  • S-Presso Verdict

S-Presso Overview

With its funky approach to affordable motoring, the Suzuki S-Presso caters to the more affordable segment of entry level hatchbacks with its compact dimensions and low price point. Positioned below the Celerio, the Suzuki S-Presso is now the most affordable vehicle from Suzuki’s passenger car lineup, and is offered in a choice of colour options like Sizzle Orange, Fire Red, Granite Grey, and Silky Silver.

Suzuki S-Presso Interior & Features

On the inside of the S-Presso, Suzuki has tried to instill a youthful vibe to the cabin, which looks unique and easily the one with the most amount of character in its segment. The whole layout of the dashboard seeks much of its inspiration from that of the Mini Cooper.

The steering wheel looks good and nice to hold but misses out on controls for audio on it. The instrument console moves away from its conventional positioning from behind the steering wheel to the centre of the dashboard, sitting at the top within a large round housing which takes the centre stage of the dashboard.

This centre round console houses a 7-inch basic touchscreen infotainment system just below the digital speedometer console, and just below the infotainment system, the front power window switches are placed. The central AC vents are positioned on the upper corners of this round console.

Apart from the touchscreen infotainment system, there are no other noteworthy features present in the Suzuki S-Presso. However, Suzuki has excelled in the way it has engineered the cabin to maximize the space out of such a small footprint. Despite being small in size, the cabin feels amply spacious for five passengers with ease.

S-Presso Exterior

Suzuki has tried its best to cash-in the ongoing trend of SUVs and crossovers for its entry-level cars in the form S-Presso. And while the S-Presson does look more rugged and bigger than its other rivals in the same space, it looks a bit weird and slightly disproportionate from some angles.

The frontal look of the Suzuki S-Presso looks bulky and heightened, thanks to a high mounted front bonner and a wide grille. The grille here looks sleek with toothed effect for its inner design and is flanked by a set of curved headlamps on either sides. The front bumper is huge for a car of this size, and comes with large black cladding snd lower inserts to make it look as rugged and SUV-ish as possible.

Moving towards the sides, and the Suzuki S-Presso shows its conventional side with a simple design for its door panels, rearview mirrors, and side windows. However, the bulging wheel arches and high ground clearance of 180mm makes it look bigger and heightened here as well.

At the rear, there is a simple affair for the Suzuki S-Presso, with a set of tail lamps, angular windshield and a clean design for the boot lid, which look much conventional and not as distinctive as the frontal design.

Suzuki S-Presso Ride & Handling

The Suzuki S-Presso comes with a light weighted setup for the steering as well as a suspension combination of Macpherson struts at the front and torsion beam at the rear. This entire setup is driving friendly for even the newest of the drivers and makes it a breeze to drive in the urban traffic. However, as the speeds rise, the limited feedback from the steering as well as slightly high ground clearance makes the S-Presso lose out on the finesse of the stability.

S-Presso Engine & Fuel Consumption

Powering the Suzuki S-Presso is a 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol engine, which has been shared with the Suzuki Celerio. In the Suzuki S-Presso, this very engine is paired to a 5-speed manual gearbox as standard and pumps out a maximum power output of 68 PS and a maximum torque output of 90 Nm.

Suzuki S-Presso Braking & Safety

For a basic entry-level hatchback, the Suzuki S-Presso has been kitted with basic entry-level safety kit, including dual front airbags, ABS and reverse parking sensors

S-Presso Verdict

The Suzuki S-Presso has a very unconventional design in and out, which might take some time to get used to. However, once you get over the oddball styling, the S-Presso shines out as a brilliant mechanical package, for its positives like a peppy and refined engine and spacious cabin working in its favor.

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    Pacifico Jun 09, 2020 for Suzuki S-Presso

    The Suzuki S-Presso is a comparatively new entry in the market that I decided to buy recently. The "cute" exterior design of the small hatch, along with a really funky interior cabin design has really made an impact on my decision of buying this one. The car is one of the best in its category and price segment. It is Read More

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    Mason Mar 17, 2020 for Suzuki S-Presso

    The upcoming S-Presso looks trendy and traffic friendly, which seems a perfect buying in the Manila traffic as it is a daily fight for me. After researching the S-Presso price and specs, I can see that the S-Presso is a compact and small car but at the same time comfortable and stylish. It comes with all necessary bits, whether it Read More

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    Mason Mar 17, 2020 for Suzuki S-Presso

    Being a budget-conscious individual, I am aggressively waiting for the 2020 Suzuki S-Presso launch in the country. After seeing the car images and knowing about the details, I am pretty sure that this would be the perfect vehicle for my small family. Suzuki S-Presso would be value for money buying as it features a modern yet retro design, amazing cabin-feel, Read More

Suzuki S-Presso FAQ

What are the Safety Features Available in Suzuki S-Presso?

The safety features available in Suzuki S-Presso Below:

Feature Value
Driver Airbag Yes
Passenger Airbag Yes
Side Airbag-Front No
Side Airbag-Rear No
Child Safety Locks Yes
Anti-Lock Braking System Yes
Brake Assist No
Ebd Yes
Vehicle Stability Control System No
Rear Seat Belts Yes
Seat Belt Warning Yes
Day & Night Rear View Mirror Yes
Height Adjustable Front Seat Belts Yes
Parking Sensors Yes
Crash Sensor Yes
Front Impact Beams Yes
Side Impact Beams Yes
Door Ajar Warning Yes
Engine Check Warning Yes
Traction Control No
Tyre Pressure Monitor No
What are the Dimensions of Suzuki S-Presso?

Below are the Dimensions of Suzuki S-Presso:

Feature Value
Seating Capacity 5 seats
Cargo Volume 239 L
Fuel Tank Capacity (litres) 27 L
Wheel Base 2380 mm
Front Tread 1315 mm
Rear Tread 1320 mm
No Of Doors 5
Height 1565 mm
Length 3565 mm
Gross Weight 1170 kg
Kerb Weight 750 kg
Ground Clearance 180 mm
Width 1520 mm
What is the Engine Capacity of Suzuki S-Presso?

Suzuki S-Presso comes with 1 variants. The Top variant GL MT:

Engine Specification
Engine 998 cc
Power 67 hp

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