Suzuki S-Presso: A kick of colors

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Suzuki launched the S-Presso in April last year. And despite its silent release in the middle of the global pandemic, the Suzuki S-Presso immediately gained traction because of its character that lived up to its namesake.

Here’s an example. In spite of its small and compact dimensions, the S-Presso offers perky colors which kind of makes this subcompact not everyone’s cup of joe. Ready to find out what they are?

Sizzle Orange

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This is a lively and loud color that best suits the message the Suzuki S-Presso is trying to get across. In orange, the S-Presso looks like a fun vehicle to drive. And thanks to its compact 1.0-liter gasoline engine mated to a five-speed manual transmission, let’s just say it doesn’t just look the part.

Fire Red

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Alright, the S-Presso is no hot hatch. However, this paint brings out its bold and adventurous character.

Don’t be afraid to take the S-Presso with you on your escapades. It’s packed with enough features to keep you safe while having fun. Things like the anti-lock brake system (ABS) and Suzuki’s Total Effective Control Technology (TECT) body will ensure your overall safety.

Metallic Granite Grey

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Seriously, this paint gives the S-Presso a tough look and a can-do attitude, and we’re buying it. Small though it may be, you can rely on this subcompact’s 239-liters of boot space to carry more than just laundry and groceries.

The Suzuki S-Presso is supported by MacPhersons at the front and a torsion beam setup at the rear.

Metallic Silky Silver

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Like most vehicles wearing silver paint, the Suzuki S-Presso looks sleek and stylish. Silver gives the S-Presso a modern minimalist look, something you’ll realize the moment you step inside the cabin.

There aren’t a lot of toys inside the S-Presso, although you get the essentials. Past the steering wheel is a digital instrument cluster, while a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system sits in the middle of the dashboard.

Suzuki is currently offering the S-Presso in one variant with a single engine option. A brand-new Suzuki S-Presso will set you back P523,000.

Looking for second-hand alternatives? Check out Carmudi Philippines' selection of used Suzuki S-Presso here. 

Photos from Suzuki

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