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SUZUKI XL7   2007 2009
2007 2009

The XL7 was the largest and the most powerful SUV produced by the Japanese manufacturer at that time.
It was mainly produced for the north American market, however, it sold well on other markets as well.

The SUV could offered seating for 7 passengers, with a 3rd row of seats. Adults could easily go on longer journeys even in the 3rd row, as the XL7 offered great legroom and headroom.

The trunk size was a decent 400 liters, a capacity that’s rather specific for a regular sedan. However, with the seats folded flat, the trunk capacity increased and longer items could be easily carried.

Most of the components used to build the XL7 were borrowed from Chevrolet, Suzuki having lots of collaborations with different car producers all over the world. However, the engine was a Japanese part.

The 3.6-liter V6 engine developed in Japan cranked out 252 hp, which offered more than enough power to make the SUV a good choice.

The engine was mated with a 5-speed automatic transmission.

The suspension was very comfortable, however, that compromised the handling. Not a lot though, as the XL7 did well in corners.

Safety wise, the XL7 offered standard ABS, traction control and stability control.

Seating for 7, enough power, comfort and safety, the XL7 was a good deal for larger families.

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SUZUKI XL7 Grand Vitara
SUZUKI XL7 Grand Vitara  2004 2006
2004 2006

Suzuki Grand Vitara XL-7 is a SUV manufactured by Suzuki since 2001, being especially addressed to the North American market.
Powered by the company’s 2.7 liter V6 engine, the XL-7 had a rear wheel drive which could be replaced with an all-wheel drive system available as an option. Even if the first years of availability represented a major success for the Japanese manufacturer, XL-7’s popularity began decreasing in 2004, especially due to more powerful competition. The mid-size SUV had multiple rivals, including Toyota Highlander, Honda Pilot and Honda CR-V.

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