|Suzuki APV (DN42V/DN41T)|
Suzuki APV Arena SGX (Indonesia)
|Also called||Suzuki Carry (pickup truck, international)|
Suzuki Mega Carry (pickup truck, Indonesia)
Suzuki Super Carry Pro (pickup truck, Vietnam)
Mitsubishi Maven (van, Indonesia)
2005–2019 (pickup truck)
|Assembly||Indonesia: Bekasi, West Java (Suzuki Indomobil Motor)|
|Body and chassis|
Light commercial vehicle
|Body style||5-door van|
5-door panel van
|Layout||Front mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive|
|Engine||1.5 L G15A SOHC 16-valve MPI I4 (petrol)|
1.6 L G16A SOHC 16-valve MPI I4 (petrol)
1.5 L 4G15 SOHC MPI I4 (petrol, Maven)
|Wheelbase||2,625 mm (103.3 in)|
|Length||4,225 mm (166.3 in)|
|Width||1,655 mm (65.2 in)|
|Height||1,855 mm (73.0 in)|
|Curb weight||1,160–1,325 kg (2,557–2,921 lb)|
|Predecessor||Suzuki Every Landy|
Suzuki Carry Futura (upmarket variant)
|Successor||Suzuki Carry (eleventh generation, international) (for APV pickup/Mega Carry)|
The Suzuki APV is a minivan/light commercial vehicle designed by Suzuki in Japan and assembled in Indonesia by Suzuki Indomobil Motor (a subsidiary of Suzuki). It is powered by a 1.5-liter or 1.6-liter inline-four engine delivering 92 hp. The abbreviation "APV" is short for All Purpose Vehicle.
In November 2007, Suzuki released the improved APV named APV Arena (APV Type II in some countries). It offers more luxurious features with the Luxury/SGX trim as the flagship variant (captain seat version). Not just doing some facelift in exterior but the interior is also changed as well and an improvement in engine performance.
The APVs are exported to countries like Algeria, Bolivia, Brunei, Chile, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Jamaica, Malaysia, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Singapore, Sudan, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, and the Middle East. Up until 2018, it was also exported to Australia.
The pickup truck version, called Suzuki Mega Carry in Indonesia, Super Carry Pro in Vietnam and APV Pickup elsewhere, was launched in 2011, six years after Suzuki Indomobil Motor started exported to more than 80 countries in the world from 2005. The Mega Carry was discontinued in 2019 in favor of the international version of the eleventh generation Carry.
The original APV was launched in March 2004, at that time was available in three trim levels: GA, GL and GX. It is still currently available in three trim levels with standard variations: Blind Van, GA and GE. Only offered with manual transmission.
Suzuki APV Arena
The facelifted version of the APV, the APV Arena was launched in November 2007, replacing the original APVs. Available in three trim levels: GL, GX and SGX. Available in either 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission.
Suzuki APV Arena Luxury
The luxury variant of the APV Arena was launched in March 2009 with two tire size options: 15" and 17". It is based on the SGX trim. It received a facelift in September 2014 with redesigned grille and bumper. Available in either 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission.
The Mega Carry, the pickup truck version of Suzuki APV, was launched in 2005 for international market, but available for Indonesian market in 2011 (even though it was locally produced by Suzuki Indomobil Motor Indonesia since 2005). Available in three variants: Box, Standard and Xtra Flat Deck. Only offered with manual transmission. The Mega Carry was discontinued in 2019 and replaced by international version of eleventh generation Suzuki Carry.
From early 2017 onwards, the APV models were outfitted with dual airbags for the Indonesian market. It still lacks ABS and dual airbags for the Mega Carry version and only supports seat belts for the driver and front seat passenger.
|Vehicle Category||SMALL TRUCK|
|Number Of Airbag||0|
|Adult Occupant Protection||9.25/36.00|
|Head Protection Technology||-|
|Child Occupant Protection||-||-|
|Frontal Impact||-||Not Assessed|
|Effective Braking & Avoidance||-|
|Blind Spot Technology||-|
The APV was also sold by Mitsubishi Motors in Indonesia from 2005 until 2009 as the Mitsubishi Maven. It features minor exterior cosmetic changes, and was also locally built by Suzuki Indomobil Motor.
It was available in two trim levels, GLX and GLS; both powered by a 1,468 cc 4G15 SOHC four-cylinder petrol engine that produces 65 kW (87 hp; 88 PS) at 5,750 rpm and 114.7 N⋅m (84.6 lb⋅ft) of torque at 2,750 rpm. The engine was supplied by Mitsubishi's Indonesian engine production partner, PT Mitsubishi Krama Yudha Motors and Manufacturing. The engine was also used in the Colt T120SS, which in turn is a rebadged Suzuki Carry Futura.
- "SUZUKI CARRY". Aseancap. 2017-12-19. Retrieved 2020-06-30.
- "Mitsubishi Motors announces new multi-purpose vehicle for Indonesian market, OEM-supplied by Suzuki", Mitsubishi-Motors.com press release, September 15, 2005