As predicted, Suzuki debuted more vehicles at the Pakistan Auto Show 2022, among them the 7-seater Ertiga and a 660c Hustler Hybrid. The firm also provided us with an early preview of the Wagon R hybrid and the Xbee (pronounced Crossbee), both of which will be unveiled today.
Similar to yesterday, Suzuki is displaying these vehicles at the exhibition to ascertain consumer interest and determine potential launch dates if there is sufficient demand.
Starting with the Suzuki Hustler, which is the most well-known of the four, it has a 660c mild hybrid engine that produces about 48hp in the ordinary version and 63hp in the turbocharged variant.
It achieves a respectable fuel efficiency of about 20 kilometers per liter. If it ever launches in Pakistan, it may be positioned immediately next to the Suzuki Alto but with a slightly higher price and a better interior.
The Suzuki Ertiga is a three-row MPV that competes with the well-known Toyota Avanza and Ssangyong Stavic in Pakistan. It has a 1500cc normal or mild hybrid engine that produces about 100hp and 130Nm of torque.
It seems to be an upscale version of the Suzuki Every, but in reality, it is more like the 7-seater crossover SUV XL7, which was initially based on the Ertiga and shares some of its design cues.
This may be Suzuki Hustler’s big brother. Here is your first look at the Xbee, which Suzuki gave us a sneak preview of ahead of the formal display scheduled to begin today:
A 1000cc turbo-charged mild hybrid engine will power the Xbee (pronounced Crossbee), an urban crossover that is comparable to the Kia Stonic and produces 100 horsepower and 150 Nm of torque. In terms of design, it resembles a Hustler but is bigger and more potent.
A 1000cc turbo-charged mild hybrid engine will power the Xbee (pronounced Crossbee), an urban crossover that is comparable to the Kia Stonic and produces 100 horsepower and 150 Nm of torque. In terms of design, it resembles a Hustler but is bigger and more powerful.
Wagon R Hybrid (non-Stingray)
Suzuki unveiled the hybrid Wagon R Stingray yesterday, but the non-Stingray Wagon R Hybrid (often referred to as the Japanese Wagon R in Pakistan) will be shown today.
Additionally, it has a 660c mild hybrid engine that generates 50 horsepower and around 90 Nm of torque.