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Suzuki Every background information
Suzuki Every – is a one-box mini vehicle manufactured and sold by Suzuki (Suzuki Motor Co., Ltd. before September 1990).
Originating from the Carry Van that appeared in 1964, the name “Every” appeared as a sub-brand name in 1982, and in 1993 the brand was organized into the light truck “Carry” and the light one-box “Every”. The lineup includes passenger cars with 5 number registration and commercial vehicles with 4 number registration. The commercial vehicle is called EVERY, and the passenger car is called EVERY WAGON (introduced in 1999). As of 2020, it has a history of 51 years in the 7th generation (but 33 years in the 6th generation excluding the carry van), and is the fourth longest-lived name among mini vehicles.
It is also an OEM base model for multiple manufacturers in Japan, including Scrum for Mazda (since the first generation released in 1989), NV100 Clipper / NV100 Clipper Rio for Nissan Motors (second generation and later released in 2013), and Mitsubishi. The minicab van / town box for the automobile industry (7th generation or later released in 2014) is based on this vehicle with changes to the emblem and some exterior parts, including the OEM model at Suzuki’s Iwata factory. Manufactured.
In addition, licensed production is also being carried out outside Japan, and from Daewoo National Car (currently GM Korea), the second generation (9th generation in Carry) is “DAMAS” (Carry truck is “LABO” ) ”), Both of which are still produced in Korea and Uzbekistan (GM Uzbekistan), but Damas has undergone a facelift and has evolved into the“ Daewoo II ”(via its Daewoo National Car). It is also sold as “Chevrolet CMV” in South America).
In Ford Lio Ho Motor, Taiwan, the second generation was also sold as “Ford Pronto” and the fourth generation was also sold as “Ford PRZ”.
Full model change for the first time in about nine and a half years.
Basically, with the keep concept of the predecessor, the luggage compartment length, luggage compartment width, luggage compartment height, and luggage compartment floor length are extended to expand the luggage compartment, and the floor length when the passenger seat is moved forward is also expanded. At the same time, by moving the tire position and dash panel forward, the same front seat occupant space as the 5th generation is secured. The amount of seat slide has been increased by 65 mm in the driver’s seat and 60 mm in the passenger seat. The height and width of the back door opening have been increased, and at the same time, the floor height of the luggage compartment has been lowered to 650 mm. The height and width of the rear door opening have also been expanded, and the rear step height has been lowered to 375mm (excluding the “JOIN” series).
The engine is replaced with R06A type (“JOIN turbo” is the intercooler turbo specification of the same engine) equipped with VVT on the intake side. As for the transmission, the NA car replaces the conventional 3AT, and an AMT auto gear shift (AGS) car that automates the clutch and shift operation based on 5MT is newly set. The turbo car has improved 4AT and optimized the torque capacity of the transmission. In addition to expanding the range of use of high-strength steel plate for the body, the weight of the engine, suspension, interior and electrical components has been reduced by 40 kg for the 5MT vehicle. As a result, fuel efficiency has been improved, and the NA / 5AGS vehicle has achieved the “2015 fuel efficiency standard + 20%” for the first time in a light cab van, and the NA / 5MT vehicle has achieved the “2015 fuel efficiency standard”. The “2005 emission standard 75% reduction level (☆☆☆☆)” has been expanded to include NA / 5MT vehicles in addition to NA / 5AGS vehicles and has been certified.
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