Suzuki launched a new version of XL7 for just over 500 million VND
Suzuki XL7 2022 in Thailand is equipped with dual front SRS airbags, ABS braking system, EBD electronic brake force distribution, Hill start assist, ISOFIX child seat anchors, integrated CCTV camera. sensor and fixed safety key.
Suzuki XL7 improved version launched in Thailand has a starting price of 789,000 baht (equivalent to 536.5 million VND). Accordingly, this new model has a two-tone exterior with a contrasting black roof, black painted sports grille with prominent chrome decoration.
The front bumper sports a silver material while the side mirrors are black and the 16-inch two-tone aluminum alloy wheels.
Suzuki XL7 2022 launched in Thailand has a starting price of just over 500 million.
Standard equipment includes: LED headlights with low-dimming function, daytime running lights, front fog lights, LED taillights, black wheel arches and roof rails.
Inside the cabin, the front panel is decorated with carbon fiber materials.
Utility equipment includes: gauges with LCD screen, D-Shape multi-function steering wheel with integrated audio and smartphone control buttons, touch screen displaying the infotainment system 10-inch, smartphone connectivity via Android Auto, Apple CarPlay or Bluetooth, USB port, HDMI port, and a total of 3 redundant 12V power outlets.
Suzuki XL7 2022 has 3 rows of seats with removable second row seats, 60:40 folding and 240 mm sliding. The car is also equipped with Keyless Push Start and Keyless Entry systems to help open and close the doors automatically.
Notably, Suzuki XL7 2022 in Thailand is equipped with safety systems such as: dual front SRS airbags, ABS brakes, EBD electronic brake force distribution, Hill start assist, child seat anchors ISOFIX, CCTV cameras with built-in sensors and fixed safety keys.
XL7 2022 uses a 4-cylinder engine code K15B, 1.5L capacity, comes with a 4-speed automatic transmission, producing a maximum capacity of 105 horsepower at 6,000 rpm.
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