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2011 Suzuki SX4 Compact Crossover

Since its introduction in 2007, Suzuki's SX4 Crossover has maintained a loyal following by effortlessly blending the nimble handling of a compact five-door with the "adventure sport" capability of all-wheel drive. Read More »

2010 Suzuki Kizashi SLS Sport Compact Sedan

The Suzuki Kizashi looks and feels very European. It's a truly world-class compact car from Suzuki, a brand previously known more for its low prices than anything else. The Kizashi exudes a premium feel thanks to the quality construction and upscale materials in its cabin. It offers more space than most of its compact competitors, feeling almost like a mid-size car. Read More »

2009 Suzuki Equator Mid-Sized Pickup Truck

Suzuki introduced the 2009 Equator as the manufacturer's first mid-size pickup truck. It is part of the Japanese company’s effort to expand its product line in order to bring in customers who would not consider purchasing a Suzuki product in the past. Read More »

2008 Suzuki SX4 Sport Compact Economy Sedan

It’s affordable and amazingly fun to drive. Suzuki SX4 Sport (2008) – enlarge What was tested? 2008 Suzuki SX4 Sport ($14,770). Options: Convenience package ($500). Price as tested: $15,270. Pros: It’s affordable and amazingly fun to drive. Cons: It’s not very fast, isn’t a good highway cruiser and doesn’t have standard traction control. RATINGS: (1-10) Style: 4 Performance: 7 Price: ... Read More »

2008 Suzuki XL7 Premium Mid-Size Sport Utility Vehicle

It’s a bargain for its size — a big SUV without a big price tag. What was tested? 2008 Suzuki XL7 Premium ($23,249). Price as tested: $23,249 There are plenty of things I like about this vehicle, the Suzuki XL7. It has a refined drivetrain, lots of space inside and great safety ratings. But there’s one reason I wouldn’t buy ... Read More »

2008 Suzuki SX4 Sport Compact Economy Sedan

The Suzuki SX4 Sport compact sedan was introduced in 2006 as a replacement for the Aerio (which replaced the Swift.) The SX4 was developed and produced as a joint venture between Suzuki and Fiat, and was originally intended for sale in Europe. The Fiat product is called Sedici. The SX4 is also offered as a Crossover wagon. Read More »

2007 Suzuki XL7 Limited 2WD Sport Utility Vehicle

Suzuki's new XL7 may look like a crossover, but it still has some elements of a truck-based design with rails underneath the body. Like the way it drives, quality inside the Suzuki XL7 is mediocre. It's not ugly enough to make you gag, but it also won't produce any wows for its fit and finish. Read More »