Suzuki Grand Vitara

October 29th, 2014 | Comments Closed | Suzuki

The Suzuki Grand Vitara is a small SUV that attempts to deliver the qualities usually associated with off-road ability and on-road comfort. Its first generation, the Grand Vitara it trucklike chassis, V6 power and low-range gearing. How current is the same, but features body structure that blends car and truck chassis designs. Because of various shortcomings, the original Suzuki Grand Vitara did not achieve great success of the US marketplace. The current model is much better though, and even if it lacks the development of many of its compact SUV competitors, rough and Tumble its nature makes it a good choice for those who like to escape the urban grind and adventures into the great outdoors.

The Suzuki Grand Vitara has seating for five passengers, and a long list of standard features found on the four-wheel drive with low-range gearing. There are four styles available for the Suzuki Grand Vitara: Base, Premium, Ultimate Adventure Edition and Limited. Even the base and Premium models have a pretty good features such as automatic climate control, full power accessories,  removable Garmin navigation unit and the side curtain airbags. The Ultimate Adventure Edition you get a few things will come in handy in the wilderness like heated front seats, upholstery water-resistant and foglights, while the Limited gets attention like luxurious leather seating, keyless ignition / entry and a premium sound system. The optional Bluetooth all but the Grand Vitara.

Suzuki Grand Vitara Engine

The Suzuki Grand Vitara is powered by a 2.4-liter inline 4-cylinder that produces 166 horsepower and 162 pound-feet of torque. A delegation of five-speed manual standard on base models, and all other versions get a four-speed automatic. Rear-wheel drive standard across the system, but the Premium models can also be had with a system of four-wheel drive with low-range transfer case. Limited models are offered with a system of four-mode 4WD (4H, 4H Lock, 4L Lock and N) that allows Suzuki Grand Vitara to be flat-towed behind an RV without adding miles to the Odometer.

Like most SUVs and compact, the Grand Vitara shows carlike unibody chassis for improved body rigidity, handling and safety. Suzuki, however, has tried to isolate it, by put a ladder frame design into a unibody structure. The company says that this improves off-road and towing capabilities of the vehicle. In editorial reviews, the SUV Suzuki has received favorable reviews for a long list of standard features, attractive prices and above-average off-pavement. Its slow pace, unimpressive fuel economy and a general lack of progress, however, make it less appealing to other compact crossovers.

Suzuki Grand Vitara Interior Design

When it comes to fitting layout, the room’s Suzuki Great Vitara especially scores an “A” for the operation. Controls well placed and easily legible; Without one removable navigation system, which can be difficult to access. The Nav screen is also smaller than those seen in residential units, and this can be a challenge for working and learning. However, to its credit, the Nav comes with a host of useful features, such as the Pandora Internet radio, the real-time traffic and Bluetooth streaming audio.

Overall, the room is attractive, but certain elements to look dated relative to the boats recently refreshed or re-offered by many competitors. Interior is a generous place, and sufficient space for long parts, but there is a significant shortage of Nooks and cubbyholes for toting small items like cell phones. To do great things is, however, easier, because of the cargo hold with 70.8 cubic feet of space and seats 60/40-split rear folded down. That said, the rear door, which is based on the passenger side, complicate loading curbside unloading.

Suzuki Grand Vitara Safety

List of standard safety features on the 2013 Suzuki Grand Vitara includes stability control,antilock disc brakes, traction control,  applied full side curtain airbags and front-seat side airbags. In brake testing, the Suzuki Grand Vitara needed only 110 feet to stop from 60 mph – the amazing performance of this type of vehicle. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety awarded the Suzuki Grand Vitara its highest rating is good test of the frontal-offset and the second highest amount of acceptable for side impact roof strength tests.

Suzuki Grand Vitara Limited (US)

Suzuki Grand Vitara Limited (US)