New 5-speed automated gearbox (AMT) could also be made available.
A leaked picture of what appears to be the brochure of the Suzuki Every facelift has revealed the upcoming model's design, and it also throws some light on the inclusion of a new gearbox.
Like the current Every, there's a mention of four versions: GA being the basic, followed by PA, PC, Join, and the top-spec Join Turbo. All variants are listed with both 2WD and 4WD drivetrains, but the non Turbo (Join and below) are offered with a 5-speed manual gearbox or a 5-speed AGS (automated gear shift - AMT). Join Turbo gets an option between 5-speed manual and a 4-speed automatic (conventional automatic). That means the current 3-speed automatic will make way for a 5-speed AMT.
On the outside, unlike the more premium Every Wagon, the Every gets black door handles and steel rims. Both Join and Join Turbo are seen with full size wheel caps, though. And handle on the sliding door is now vertical.
At the front, the Every facelift gets a wider grille, and a new bumper reminiscent of the base spec Every Wagon. The headlamps also appear to be curved a little at the bottom. The only visible difference at the rear is the inclusion of a smaller roof-mounted brake lamp instead of the larger unit of the present car.
The current generation Japan-only vehicle measures 3,395 mm in length, 1,475 mm in width, and 1,875 mm in height for the high roof and 1,790 mm for the standard roof. Powering the vehicle is a 660 cc petrol engine that makes 48 hp and 62 Nm of torque; while the turbocharged version makes 63 hp and 95 Nm of torque.
[Source - Livedoor.jp]