Scrutinizing the interior of the Suzuki XL7


The Suzuki XL7 was introduced to the local SUV segment back in 2020. It was launched in tandem with the Suzuki S-Presso, reinforcing the brand’s presence in the Philippine automotive scene.

It offered rugged comfort thanks to components that seamlessly blend style and durability. Filipino car buyers are drawn to its promise of a tough-looking ride with a lasting interior to match.


Interested to find out what it’s like to ride inside the XL7? Join us as we scrutinize the interior Suzuki’s seven-seater mid-size SUV.

1. Plenty of hard (but good-looking) plastic

The design of the Suzuki XL7 leans more toward durability and longevity. So, it’s not surprising to see Suzuki use hard plastics to decorate its interior.

You’ll see plenty of hard plastic inside the SUV. There are textured plastic trims on the doors, dashboards, steering wheel, shift knob, and center console. There are also faux carbon fiber and chrome trims on the door and on the dashboard.


We also love that they’re not on the lighter side of the palette as light-colored plastic tends to be a dirt magnet.

2. A decent amount of leather

Suzuki also used a decent amount of upscale materials inside the XL7. There’s leather on the steering wheel, on the shift knob, and on the seats.

3. Large luggage space

The Suzuki XL7 offers an ample amount of luggage space for your weekly groceries and laundry items.


At the rear is 153 liters of luggage space. With the third-row seats folded, the Suzuki XL7 offers 550 liters of luggage area. And with the second-row seats folded, the SUV gives owners 800 liters of cargo space.

4. Power outlets

Passengers of the Suzuki XL7 will no longer have to bother worrying about going low on power because it offers outlets for handheld devices for the front-row, second-row, and third-row seats.


Energy drinks can also be placed on bottle holders all around the vehicle. There’s a pair of bottle holders with cooler function on the front-row seats, two on the door panels of the second-row seats, and two more on each side of the third-row seats.

Suzuki is currently offering the XL7 in a single variant with a sticker price of P1,098,000.

Photos from Suzuki

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