Suzuki Make Overview
1994 Suzuki Sidekick
it idles fine but when you put it in gear the RPMs drop down is not shifting right it will not rev up high enough to go into 3 rd gear its constantly shifting between first and second
Timing Chain Suzuki Xl7
I was told needed timing belt changed on suzuki xl7. What should I expect in costs
Don't See Suzuki Samurai As An Option When Listing Car For Sale, Can I Sell...
I have a 1988 Suzuki Samurai JA that I'm interested in listing on Car Gurus, but I don't see the Samurai model in the drop down list. Can you add the Samurai to the site, or is there some limitatio...
Smell Gas Inside 2004 Suzuki Verona
To locate all gas leak possible
How Do You Replace A Door Lock On The Drivers Side Of A 1996 Zuzuki Alto
Older Suzuki Models
|Suzuki Alto||Suzuki Baleno||Suzuki Cappuccino|
|Suzuki Cultus||Suzuki Equator||Suzuki Escudo|
|Suzuki Esteem||Suzuki Forsa||Suzuki Fun|
|Suzuki Ignis||Suzuki Jimny||Suzuki LJ Series|
|Suzuki Liana||Suzuki Samurai||Suzuki Sidekick|
|Suzuki Sierra||Suzuki Splash||Suzuki Swift|
|Suzuki Vitara||Suzuki X-90|
Suzuki has come a long way since it started as a Japanese silk loom factory in 1909. The last century has seen Suzuki earn a strong reputation around the world as a maker that gives you just enough standard features for a very low price.
That said, you won't find too much power in the lineup, with most models packing less than 200 hp under the hood as of 2007. However, the outlook appears reasonably solid for the Japanese automaker.
First off, the SX4 crossover SUV and the redesigned XL7 add some innovation to the lineup and could lead the way for bolder design in the future. Furthermore, from Chevy to Subaru, Suzuki has made a decent living building cars for other manufacturers. Couple that with its high visibility as a motorcycle maker and you have a diverse company that should continue to meet expectations in the years to come.