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Average User Score
4.2 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 4 reviews
2003 Suzuki XL-7 Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 4 reviews
Other than a redesigned interior, automatic climate control, and 6 disc cd player, Suzuki switched up the trim levels for 2003. Instead of Standard and Plus, the XL-7 now comes in 2WD and 4WD versions of the Touring and Limited SUV's. All 4 trims have a 2.7 L, 183 hp V6 engine. Touring trims have standard 5 speed manual and optional 4 speed automatic transmission while Limited trims have 4 speed automatic transmission.
Gas mileage comes out to 17 mpg in the city and 20 on the highway. All 4 trims have 4 doors, seat 7, and tow up to 3000 lbs. If you need more standard and optional features, go with a Limited trim. Finally, for those who need to carry a lot, the XL-7 delivers up to 75 cubic feet of cargo space with the second and third row folded down.
Overall, drivers will tell you that the XL-7 gives you decent handling and good seating capacity at a low price. However, passenger space in the back rows gets a bit tight and V6 powertrain could use a little extra juice. If you're looking for a solid first SUV with limited funds, look into an XL-7.
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Suzuki XL-7 Questions
Suzuki Xl-7 Remote Start. Immobolizer Bypass/override Module
I have a 2003 Suzuki XL-7 that has factory remote start. The remote start stopped working a couple of years ago and now i want have remote start again. So while researching remote starts (viper, e...
Why Is My Suzuki Xl 7 Using Too Much Fuel
I have a 2003 Suzuki XL7. It has been a great car so far. I had absolutely no issues with it all. However, last month I took it to Firestone for an oil change and the day after while driving the engin...
My Battery Is Good, But Sometimes The Car Wont Turn Over, The Ode Was P401....
How Do I Get The Electric Aerial To Go Down On A Suzuki Xl7, 2003?
I have been trying for 3 years to figure out how the electric aerial goes down on my XL7. Anyone got the answer?