hehe, there is no so called in Japan a Suzuki scrum, its only a term locally misused in the Philippines and most people get used to it already even though its wrong.
Scrum is really came from very old models of Mazda Minicab and Daihatsu Autozam
as a counterpart of the Suzuki's Carry and Every as a truck and a van, the 543 cc engine became a 657 cc in 1990's.
Kasi dati, Daihatsu Autozam palagi ang nakapasok dito sa Pinas kaya nakasanayan na sa mga local distributors ang term na scrum.
this is a Suzuki Every bro. This even has its name originally printed from Japan at the back part below the windshield saying SUZUKI EVERY 12-VALVE and a SPECIAL EDITION at the exterior side panels of driver's seat and front seat, when this wasn't repainted yet and factory white colored. Super Carry or Carry is the older model/name.
Scrum is only used to pinpoint the front and side exterior panels, dashboard, and sidings designed with curves just like sedan to some folks who locally assemble the units. Due to there are two designs in the interior, the scrum and the ordinary one. But again, still the term is localy misused in the Philippines
Just like calling the Suzuki Carry and Every as Multicabs
A very wrongly used name.
Both below are one of the names of Kei Class Minivans durably made from Japan:
Carry - is Suzuki's pickup or truck type (though they have their older models of van type also)
Every - is Suzuki's van type
there is also a newer model of Suzuki Every (named Suzuki Every C.) which has the different exterior front panel(face) from mine, and here it is;
its like an APV huh
but not, and its smaller than it.
the newest model of Suzuki Every Wagon is the Suzuki Every+ (higher roof, higher torque & horsepower, and more passengers capable / Every's 7th Generation Van / 1298cc Engine), in which I believe where they got the design for APV released localy in our country now.
anyway, i already joined the club site you offered just now. thanks for inviting bro.