Suzuki XL7 alternatives
Latest model: Suzuki XL7 2007
American Suzuki Motor Corporation (ASMC) today arrived the all-new 2007 Suzuki XL7 midsize crossover SUV at the 2006 New York International Auto Show (NYIAS). With the introduction of the new front-wheel-drive/all-wheel-drive crossover SUV, Suzuki is moving forward to the next chapter in its ongoing SUV success story. The 2007 Suzuki XL7 is bigger, bolder and more comprehensive than the previous generation XL-7 and retains Suzuki's strong look-and-feel cues, while product available all-wheel drive and available seven-passenger seats. In creating the all-new Suzuki XL7, Suzuki leveraged its SUV heritage and expertise to layout an all-new car for the midsize SUV crossover segment that offers style, space and adaptability for active, mobile lifestyles.
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The all-new Suzuki XL7 was developed to blend SUV versatility and security with increased driver and passenger convenience, explained Koji Yamada, chief engineer, Suzuki XL7. The Suzuki XL7 not only provides the trunk and seats flexibility for all aspects of a consumer's active lifestyle, but performance features and security features that give them the confidence of being in control.
The all-new 2007 Suzuki XL7 evolves from a rear-wheel-drive, truck chassis SUV into a crossover SUV based on the sophisticated GM Theta platform with full-length underbody rails for added strength. The Suzuki XL7 is now a front-wheel-drive car that features four-wheel independent suspension and available all-wheel drive. The traditional powertrain for the Suzuki XL7 is a Gm-designed, Suzuki-built 3. 6-liter, V6 DOHC motor rated at an estimated 250 hp with 243 lb-ft of torque.
The Suzuki Xl7's 3. 6-liter, High Option (HF) motor with variable valve timing will be built under license by Suzuki in Japan using Suzuki engine-building technology at the Sagara motor plant.