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3.5 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 6 reviews
2002 Suzuki XL-7 Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 6 reviews
For 2002, the Suzuki XL-7 got some extra horsepower, ABS brakes, and a fixed-up interior. The midsize SUV now has a 2.7 L, 183 hp V6 powertrain and comes int 8 trims. All trims have 4 doors and seat either 5 or 7, depending on the variation you choose.
Gas mileage generally comes out to 17 mpg in the city and 20 on the highway. Towing capacity maxes out at 3000 lbs. If you need extra room to hold your cargo, fold down the second and third rows and you'll get up to 73 cubic feet of space. Finally, the XL-7 gives you your choice of 4 speed automatic or 5 speed manual transmission, depending on the trim you choose.
If you need an inexpensive SUV with decent handling, drivers agree that the '02 XL-7 does the job. However, a less-than-spacious interior and lower grade materials may dissuade potential consumers. In any event, if you can look past the flaws and its lack of power, the 2002 Suzuki XL-7 should make a solid choice for your first SUV.
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Suzuki XL-7 Questions
Is There A C Clip On The Rear Differential On A 2002 Suzuki Xl7 4wd?
Can't take out housing.
Suzuki Xl7 Oil Pressure Light Flashing On & Rough Acceleration When Out Of ...
My mother's 2002 Suzuki XL7 Grand Vitara 4WD recently started having a problem with the oil pressure light flashing on while driving. This usually only occurs when she's in drive; if she switches over...
How I Replace An Alternator Belt On A 2002 Xl-7
Alternator belt broke
2002 Suzuki Xl-7
I have a 2002 Suzuki XL-7. I had to change my alternator belt and battery. After I changed them, I can't get my car to run properly. When I start the car, the car doesn't hold the idle; it dies. ...
How Do You Remove The Hub From Rear Wheel To Replace Bearings On A 2002 Suz...
I was told bearings needed replaced in rear left wheel. The repair shop could not get the hub off to replace the bearings. They beat the studs off. Then they said they would need to push the axle...