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). The Equator by Suzuki is offered with a Crew Cab or Extended Cab in your choice between RMZ-4, Sport, Premium and Base trim levels.
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The base engine of the new Suzuki Equator is a 2.5L 152-horsepower 171 lb-ft 4-cylinder which is matched up with a 5-speed manual transmission. The EPA estimates that it will travel 19/23 MPG city/highway. The Suzuki Equator features an 883-pound payload capacity and 3500-pound towing limit. It is rear wheel-driven. EMZ-4 and Sport trims are equipped with a strong 4.0L 261-horsepower V6 engine mated to a 5-speed automatic gearbox.
Invoice pricing for the Suzuki Equator ranges between $16,892 and $27,984. Estimated monthly payments range between $330 and $550, depending upon the trim level and options that you select. Standard safety features on the new Suzuki Equator include:
The 2011 Suzuki Equator is also available with a 4x4 drive configuration. It carries over from 2010 basically unchanged.