Suzuki Every Review

2005 Suzuki Every Joy Pop Turbo 660cc turbo from Singapore

Model year2005
Year of manufacture2005
First year of ownership2007
Most recent year of ownership2007
Engine and transmission 660cc turbo Automatic
Distance when acquired26000 kilometres
Most recent distance26050 kilometres
Previous carLand Rover 110

Summary:

Cute white automatic mobile fridge with steering

Faults:

Slight whine from the aircon. Just knock it with your hand and it stops.

Central locking not working.

General Comments:

Cute white automatic minivan.

Singapore's cheapest new vehicle at $19,800 for an automatic Japanese refurbished mini-van.

Seriously slow... But driveable.

Cutesy Japanese taxi Ding Ding chime above 70kph.

Ice cold aircon.

Spacious rear for children - no rear seat - since technically a van. 8 Ikea cushions plus an IKEA carpet - makes it cosy in the back.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 6th June, 2007

5th Jul 2007, 08:33

Whine on the aircon - required a new blower.

20 minutes work and $190 to the aircon man for the spare part and labour charge.

Van works perfectly now!!

7th Apr 2008, 22:18

I love the name! Do we lose anything in translation, or do the Japanese enjoy random English? Anyhow, I would drive an Every if the closest weren't 3000 km away.

4th Dec 2008, 22:17

This Suzuki Every of mine is love at first sight. I then started my journey to enhance the looks, both interior and exterior. I even bought a Suzuki EVERY issue magazine about the Japanese modification hobby. It definitely gives me good fuel consumption, 18km/l on slow and relaxed drives. Surprisingly, I carried 11 adults on board. Yes, laggy when moving off. But able to sustain long distance.