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Suzuki Cars - Suzuki Prices

Suzuki is a Japanese based company that initially started to produce a small range of light and inexpensive motorcycles, and they first began to appear in the United States around 1963. However, since 1985 they have been producing small practical cars that provide good fuel economy and reliability, causing their market share to grow most years and they are now a well respected maker of good value cars. Suzuki is known best for offering affordable and versatile vehicles thanks to their modest lineup of sedans, trucks and SUVs. The brand prides itself on offering reliable performance and clean designs at reasonable prices, making them very popular among vehicle imports. The Grand Vitara, first introduced in the late 1990s, is now the brand's most popular model and leads this year's lineup.

The Suzuki Grand Vitara has had a complete front redesign for this year and is a medium sized Sports Utility Vehicle that is perfect for those people looking to buy their first SUV but who have a tight budget to stick to. Powered by a 4 cylinder, 2.4 liter 166 hp motor, the Grand Vitara comes with either 4WD or RWD and either a manual or automatic 5 speed transmission. Fuel consumption is fairly acceptable at 26 miles to the gallon out on the open highway and 19 miles to the gallon in the city.

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New for this year sees Suzuki offer an Ultimate Adventure Edition of the Grand Vitara and this offers 18 inch alloy wheels, seats that are water resistant, a leather encased steering wheel, and integral fog lamps. The features you can expect to find include keyless ignition and entry, independent rear and front suspension, touch screen satellite navigation, a sound system boasting 7 speakers, and heated front seats. Safety is not compromised either and the Grand Vitara boasts electronically controlled stability assistance, traction control, anti lock brakes, brake assistance, tire pressure monitoring, as well as a plethora of airbags both front and side.

Mostly unchanged since 2012, the 2013 Suzuki Kizashi still comes packed with features that include tuned shock absorbers, tuned suspension, keyless ignition, twin zone auto temperature control, a sunroof, a premium sound system, satellite navigation, 10 way adjustable and powered drivers seat, heated outside mirrors and 18 inch alloys. It comes fitted with 8 airbags as standard, electronic control over stability, traction control, anti lock brakes, and electronic brake distribution. There is also a tire pressure monitoring system to save you the trouble of having to constantly check your tire pressures every week.

Under the Kizashi hood is an impressive and powerful 170 lbs of torque producing 2.4 liter 4 cylinder engine that manages to produce a respectable 185 horse power. The Kizashi comes with the option of either front wheel drive, or all wheel drive which are coupled with either a CVT automatic or 6 speed manual transmissions. This helps the Kizashi to achieve a range of 20 miles to the gallon in the city and 31 miles to the gallon out on the open highway, but this is variable according to whether you have opted for front or all wheel drive.

Also unaltered for this year comes the 2013 Suzuki SX4 which is a small car that comes available as a sedan, crossover or sportback. All three models come with a standard 2.0 liter, 4 cylinder engine that produces a respectable 150 hp and 140 lbs of torque. Transmission options that are available are either a CVT automatic or a 6 speed manual and this allow the SX4 to achieve fuel consumption figures of an estimated 22 miles to the gallon in the city and up to 32 miles to the gallon on the open highway. Front wheel drive comes as standard on the sedan and sportback models but the crossover comes with all wheel drive as standard. Features that you can expect to find include, satellite touch screen navigation, hands-free phone capability, audio controls that are mounted onto the steering wheel, and heated front seats. Safety features are plentiful and include, 8 standard airbags, anti lock braking, brake assistance and tire pressure monitoring.

With all Suzukis, you have the peace of mind that comes with the standard 3 year or 36,000 mile warranty.

Discontinued Models: Suzuki Aerio, Esteem, Forenza, Reno, Samurai, Sidekick, Swift, Verona, Vitara, X-90, XL7


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