Whether you are looking for a compact car, family transportation, a large SUV, or a small SUV, Suzuki probably has a 2007
model to fit your needs. When the topic is SUV value, the 2007 Suzuki Grand Vitara is sure to enter the conversation.
World class seating, cargo carrying, and styling are but a sampling of the qualities that make the 2007 Grand Vitara a
winner. Marvel at Grand Vitara's handling and standard features, not to mention its best in class warranty.
Another made-for-the-family vehicle is the 2007 Suzuki Forenza Wagon, which causes people to stop in the street and
wonder, "How can I get one of those?" No need to swap price for quality when it comes to the Forenza Wagon. Standard
features like air conditioning, power steering, steering-wheel mounted audio controls, power door locks, and a full
armamentarium of airbags. There is no wonder that SUV owners are faced with a dilemma when thinking of trading in their
urban assault vehicle for a 2007 model.
Suzuki is Japan's second largest manufacturer of economy cars and models like the 2007 Suzuki SX4 will keep people coming
back. The SX4 is America's solution to the parking shortage. With its small size outside and huge space inside, the SX4
is nearly an optical illusion in its roominess. Like to travel in style? The SX4 has every bit the styling and quality
features of cars costing thousands more. On the street, the 2007 Suzuki SX4 will shine, upgraded with a smart body kit,
spoiler, and ground effects.
Every model in the Suzuki line has a reason to stand out in the crowd in 2007, from the new Aerio with its price and its
segment-leading handling and performance. Then there is the 2007 Suzuki Forenza sedan, a modern engineering miracle. This
car is a must-have for your family, getting you there and back safely, in style, and affordably. 2007 looks like a great
year for Suzuki, and thankfully, for the US driving public as well.
2011 Suzuki Kizashi
Suzuki aimed at a specific market niche in designing the Kizashi in 2010. The car comes into the 2011 model year virtually unchanged save for the addition of the GTS and Sport SLS trims. Suzuki set out to compete with upscale mid-sized cars, in particular the Acura TSX and Audi A4, but at an affordable mid-sized car price. While smaller than the Toyota Camry or the Hyundai Sonata, reviewers unanimously agree that the relatively unknown Kizashi is a driver's car that confidently faces off with sport sedans costing thousands more.
Given that, the major competitors price-wise are the Honda Accord, Mazda 6, and Ford Fusion, mainly because they all have an optional V6. Additionally, each offers more interior room and may make for better family cars. The target competitors, the Audi and the Acura, do have higher engine performance, and are more refined in an overall sense, but point for point, the Kizashi keeps up. For astute shoppers who know about this car and test drive it, the choice will be decidedly difficult. more
2011 Suzuki Equator
The stylish and tough 2011 Suzuki Equator is both very comfortable and loaded with utility. It's an entry level small pickup that shows off more class then its competitors like the Chevrolet Colorado ($19,290) and the Dodge Dakota ($23,110).
2010 Suzuki Grand Vitara
Classified as a compact SUV, the 2010 Suzuki Grand Vitara continues to gain worldwide sales momentum. Since the Grand Vitara replaced the Sidekick in 1999, it has earned a solid reputation as a tough and ready off-roader.
2010 Suzuki Equator
Once again a favorite choice of avid outdoor enthusiasts everywhere, the 2010 Suzuki Equator is the perfect choice for those who find themselves hauling motorcycles, snowmobiles, ATV's, boats, campers and more on a regular basis.
2009 Suzuki Grand Vitara
The new 2009 Suzuki Grand Vitara has received a thorough overhaul - and very effective one at that. With MSRPs ranging from $18,499 up to $26,299, the Grand Vitara places itself as the most affordable of all of it competition.