2006 Suzuki Grand Vitara Overview

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2006 Suzuki Grand Vitara Overview

2006 marked a major makeover for the Suzuki Grand Vitara SUV. Suzuki basically redid the interior, adding better materials, and went to a car-like frame over its earlier truck-based frame. The Grand Vitara comes in a grand total of 8 trims.

All trims use a 2.7 L, 185 hp V6 engine. Gas mileage comes out to around 18 mpg in the city and 23 on the highway. Each trim also has 4 doors, seats 5, and gives you around 70 cubic feet of cargo space. Towing capacity maxes out at around 3000 lbs.

Overall, drivers will tell you that the Grand Vitara took a giant step forward in 2006 in closing the copmetition gap. However, it will take another giant leap or two before the Grand Vitara can call itself a legit contender in the SUV market. Until then, the Grand Vitara will continue to serve as a decent option for the budget-conscious.

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2006 Grand Vitara Has Loud Engine Sound

The sound of my 2006 Grand Vitara has loud engine sound and also when I am in motion. This makes me uncomfortable.

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