Suzuki Every Price in Sri Lanka

Last Updated On January 25, 2023

Suzuki Every Price in Sri Lanka

Suzuki Every Price in Sri Lanka

Suzuki Every price in Sri Lanka starts at LKR 3,000,000.

What is the fuel efficiency of the Suzuki Every?

Suzuki Every average fuel efficiency is 18 - 20 kmpl.

Suzuki Every Colors

Toyota Tank is available in Black, and White colors in Sri Lanka.

Suzuki Every Specifications

Engine 660 cc
No. Of Gears 4 Speed
Transmission Automatic
Fuel Type  Petrol
Top Speed 140 kmph
Fuel Tank Capacity 27L


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Suzuki Every Review

The Suzuki Every is a minivan that comes in commercial and passenger configurations. The Carry was the model's original name, but it was later renamed the Every. The Every is available in 4x2 and 4x4 designs, and it underwent several updates in 2007. Unlike other boxy Japanese vehicles, the Suzuki Every is sold in Japan and many other countries. The car is essentially a rebadged Mazda Scrum, and it has the same engines and technologies as its sibling. A 660 cc engine provides power and is coupled to three or four-speed automatic transmissions.


A 660 cc engine with two valves on each cylinder head is at the core of this compact LCV. This is the same unit that was utilized in the previous model, and it produces 57.6 horsepower at 5500 rpm. As you might expect, the Suzuki Every's performance is far from sporty, but its 63.4 lb. ft of torque can handle light loads nicely. The vehicle is also quite energetic in town, and it can keep up with traffic without too many hiccups. The four-wheel-drive Suzuki Every has a four-speed automatic transmission. In contrast, the four-wheel-drive 4x2 models have a new three-speed automatic transmission with a set of modifications that allow it gives a 0.2 km/L gain in fuel economy. According to minivan levels, both gearboxes are relatively smooth and will not let you down in any situation.

The Suzuki Every is a reasonably handy microvan, and its modest proportions make it ideal for dealing with tight traffic. Its ride isn't first-rate, but the suspension is more than adequate for a business vehicle. It has traditional MacPherson struts in the front and an isolated trailing link in the back. The van has 12-inch wheels further pushed into each corner to improve road stability. Body roll is present but not as prominent as predicted. You won't have any complaints regarding the brakes because you can rely on the capable front discs and rear drums.


Like most vans of its sort, the Every isn't lovely due to its boxy form. Nonetheless, Suzuki's designers were able to create a fascinating design language that is perfectly matched the van's adaptable character. The front is dominated by a beautiful grille flanked by high, rectangular headlamps that give the vehicle a smug expression.

The bonnet is relatively short and complements Every's boxy design. The front and rear bumpers have been redesigned and give a more modern appearance. We also enjoy how the van has a large glass section that keeps the cabin light and opens.

A longitudinal groove runs from the front headlights back to the rear light clusters. The B and C pillars have been blackened out, giving the van a sporty look. The load compartment is accessed via lateral sliding rear doors or a handy roof-hinged tailgate. Around the back, you'll find a set of modern clear lens taillights that work well with the body's sturdy appearance.


The Every's cabin is tiny, as are the cabins of most vans of this class, with little head- and leg-room. The seating position is also relatively upright, with seats that are somewhat flat and firm. Fortunately, there will be enough changes to help you get comfortable behind the wheel. We really like the fantastic all-round visibility of the large glass area surrounding you.

Suzuki attempted to make its little cab appear larger by covering it in a bright beige color, which looks decent. The materials appear to be quite premium for a utility vehicle, but cheap plastics reign supreme. On the other hand, the build quality has to be the greatest you'll find anywhere, and every fitting is flawless. The two-spoke steering wheel is relatively modern and provides a secure grip despite its small size. The center stack is a little cluttered and invasive, but it was necessary to make some sacrifices to squeeze the gear knob inside the dash.

The dashboard has a sturdy design, and we enjoy the large cubby hole located in front of the passenger seat. There's also a glove box, door pockets, a handy tray with cup holders, and a few cubbies nestled between the front seats.