The Every is a microvan version of the small Carry pickup truck built in Japan by the Suzuki Motor Corp. It was called the Carry van until renamed the Every in 1982. In 2010, the Every is a Kei category car used mainly in Japan. The larger export version is called the Every Landy.
The 1960s and 1970s Everys used a 360-cubic-cm, two-cylinder, two-stroke, horizontally mounted engine. Later Everys featured Suzuki's F6A 550-cc, 660-cc or 800-cc, three-cylinder, four-stroke, single-overhead cam motor. The engine was available in a turbocharged version. Since the late 1990s, the Every uses a dual-overhead cam, 16-valve, four-cylinder engine. It produces 69 horsepower at 6,000rpm with 70 pound-feet of torque at 3,250rpm.
The front-wheel-drive Suzuki Every van carries four passengers and has five doors, including dual sliding rear doors. The body has a squared-off look with six side windows and a rear door window. It's available with two- or four-wheel drive. It comes with a manual or four-speed automatic transmission.
The 875kg. 1999 Suzuki Every has an overall length of 133.9 inches, is 62 inches wide and 67.1 inches tall. Its wheelbase is 91.9 inches. The front track width is 53.5 inches with a rear track of 53.3 inches.
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