Suzuki Grand Vitara Experts

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Suzuki Grand Vitara Model Overview

Used Suzuki Grand Vitara

Suzuki Grand Vitara Questions

Michael Albright
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What Do You Do To Turn Off The Esp Warning Light On My Suzuki Grand Vitara....

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Rosalie Dimaggio-Haas
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Can The Rear Axel Housing On My 1999 Suzuki Grand Vitara Be Heated And Stra...

I hit a curb and the rear axel " housing " is bent can someone straighten it or does it have to be replaced

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puddi
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What Is A Good Oil To Use In My Engine?

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TxFire11
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Why Is My Engine Light On With The Cruise Control Not Coming On And The Blo...

My 2006 Suzuki Grand Vitara engine light has came on, the cruise control will not come on and the heater/AC blower motor has quit working. Is the lower motor and criuse control switch on the same elec...

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Stan Parker
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2006 Grand Vitara Heater Won't Get Hot

Heater blower replaced last year this year blows but won't get hot ?

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Older Suzuki Grand Vitara

1999 Suzuki Grand Vitara Overview
1999 Suzuki Grand Vitara
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1999 Suzuki Grand Vitara reviews:
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About the Suzuki Grand Vitara

Introduced in 1999 as the successor to the Sidekick, the Suzuki Grand Vitara compact SUV has earned a reputation as a low-priced vehicle with plenty of standard features.  The initial models started off with a 2.5 L, 155 hp V6 powertrain and a sturdy truck-like body.  Suzuki added 10 hp to the engine in 2002.

The Grand Vitara got a significant re-design in 2006, adding body elements of a car and other exterior features.  In addition, Suzuki has upgraded to a 2.7 L, 185 hp V6 engine with 5 speed manual or automatic transmission, depending on which trim you choose.  

Overall, the Grand Vitara gets props for its pricing and features.  However, the purported V6 would have trouble matching a lot of I4s.  Consider the Grand Vitara a good buy for those who can't afford to spend too much.