Which 2020 Suzuki XL7 color is best for you?


With all the compact crossover SUV options on the market, the pessimists among us may be tempted to say that the segment is oversaturated. Of course, there will also be plenty who will enjoy the variety that the segment offers. For those who want to look beyond the usual suspects such as the Toyota Rush, Mitsubishi Xpander, and Honda BRV, there’s the Suzuki XL7, a compact crossover from fellow Japanese carmaker Suzuki.

The Suzuki XL7 is conservatively styled, so it won’t stand out in a sea of crossovers. Depending on your type of personality, this can be a really good thing.

Just as the Suzuki XL7 doesn't really call attention to itself, so too are its choice of colors. Buyers of the XL7 have four paint options to choose from, listed below.

Rising Orange Pearl

Rising Orange Pearl suzuki xl7

Orange is an uncommon color for a car. It is also a hue often associated with being trendy, and so car owners who choose Rising Orange Pearl certainly won’t mind the attention that the color attracts. Likewise, orange isn’t as aggressive as red, so it also gives off a friendly vibe. There's also a certain level of fickleness to orange that suggests this is car that won’t last long in the owner’s possession.

Brave Khaki Pearl

Brave Khaki Pearl suzuki xl7

Like orange, brown also belongs to the family of red, but unlike both shades, brown is not a fashion color. That said, Brave Khaki Pearl is a brownish huef that conveys a down-to-earth and no-nonsense attitude.

Magma Gray Metallic

Magma Gray Metallic suzuki xl7

Practical, neutral and professional—gray is a very pragmatic color that’s not as showy as sliver. As such, Magma Gray Metallic communicates subtle elegance, radiating a sophisticated vibe without being too flashy.

Snow White Pearl

Snow White Pearl suzuki xl7

Car owners who choose white tend to like the fact that represents cleanliness and purity. Of course, a white car is harder to keep smudge-free than most other colors, so owners of a Snow White Pearl Suzuki XL7 will likely be exceptionally fastidious in keeping their car spotless, or else it’s not going to look great.

More about the Suzuki XL7

Powered by a 1.5-liter K15B engine, the same one found in the Ciaz sedan and Jimny mini SUV. This engine delivers 103hp and 138Nm torque while mated to a 4-speed transmission.

Interior-wise, the Suzuki XL7 enjoys a highly flexible seating arrangement, with impressive legroom for third row passengers courtesy of the lengthy 2740mm wheelbase. Built on Suzuki’s HEARTECT platform, the XL7 boasts better weight reduction, energy dispersal during collision, as well as improved NVH performance compared to the old generation model.

The Suzuki XL7 also has 199 liters of luggage room and has been fitted with advanced automatic climate control, keyless push start function as well as a multi-information LCD display, and 10-inch infotainment system with Apple Carplay and Android Auto connectivity.

Safety features of the Suzuki XL7 include driver and passenger airbags, Electronic Stability Program (ESP), Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) with Electric Brake force Distribution (EBD), rear parking sensor and rear parking camera.

Feel free to start shopping for an Suzuki XL7 today here on Carmudi.

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