whats a better choice mitsubishi outlander or suzuki grand vitara?

ManAwsome
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Asked by ManAwsome Feb 26, 2013 at 10:38 AM about the 2010 Suzuki Grand Vitara Limited

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Racer_X
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Definitely..without a shadow of a doubt...The Mitsubishi Outlander. It has a very reliable track record, isn't overly expensive and comes well equipped, even with the lower trims, ie. SE Model. The Suzuki Grand Vitara is a headache on 4 wheels and hasn't been a good performer. Check Consumer Reports or Edmunds.com.

judge_roy
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for smoothness of ride, the suzuki (we used to call suicide kick) fails miserably with their Catalytic converter which is often faulty on these jobs.

judge_roy
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mitsubishi made the 'zero' which took thier toll on US forces in WW-II they know from machines.

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