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Posted on: October 19, 2010 | In Suzuki
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2011 Suzuki Forenza is an important vehicle for Suzuki. It has all the right features, along with a roomy backseat. The 2011 2011 Forenza’s closest competitor is the Dodge Neon. Upon introduction, the S is equipped with a standard 2.0-liter, I4, 119-horsepower engine that achieves 24-mpg in the city and 31-mpg on the highway. A 5-speed manual transmission with overdrive is standard, and a 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive is optional. The EX is equipped with a standard 2.0-liter, I4, 119-horsepower engine that achieves 22-mpg in the city and 30-mpg on the highway. A 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive is standard.
The 2011 Suzuki Forenza is all-new for 2011. 2011 Suzuki Forenza compact sedan. The Forenza comes with only one engine — a 16-valve, DOHC, inline four-cylinder making 119 hp and 126 lb-ft of torque.
2011 Suzuki Forenza’s safety features include Four-wheel disc brakes are standard, and ABS with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution is optional on all trim levels. Front-seat occupants get seatbelt pre-tensioners and height adjusters, while rear-seaters get a full set of head restraints and three-point belts. Dual-stage airbags and daytime running lights are also standard. Side airbags are not available. To liven things up a bit, designers used plenty of metallic-looking accents throughout the cabin. Several features not normally found on a car in this price range include cabin air filtration and an eight-speaker stereo with steering wheel-mounted audio controls.
In back, passengers are treated to class-leading leg- and shoulder room, along with a fold-down center armrest. The rear seat offers a 60/40-split folding arrangement and trunk capacity comes in at 12.4 cubic feet. 2011 Suzuki Forenza with only 119 horsepower, quick acceleration simply isn’t within the Forenza’s grasp. A passable supply of torque should allow drivers to get around town with relative ease, but just about any other economy sedan on the market. Suzuki says the Forenza has been tuned to provide “stable handling and a high level of comfort,” which should translate to decent transportation for commuters. S is well equipped, offering such features as body-color bumpers and door handles, four-wheel disc brakes, air conditioning, an eight-speaker stereo with a CD player, steering-wheel audio controls and power windows, mirrors and locks. Next up is the LX, which adds alloy wheels, foglights, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, a sunroof, cruise control and a remote keyless entry system. The top-level EX adds leather seats and a standard four-speed automatic transmission. Antilock brakes with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution are optional on all Forenzas.
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The 2011 Suzuki Grand Vitara was Suzuki's answer to those customers who were looking for something similar to the four door Vitara, but wanting an SUV feel to the vehicle. The Suzuki Grand Vitara is compared to other vehicles like the Kia Sorento, Toyota Rav4, and the Buick Rendezvous, all considered SUV's, but only a smaller scale that most other SUV's.
The safety features of the 2011 Suzuki Grand Vitara stand out against the competition though. For instance, the frame is mounted to the body with ways that other manufacturers do not do, making the SUV more sturdy than those competing models. In addition, four wheel anti-lock brake system is offered to those who are interested. There are tons of aspects that the Grand Vitara offers, however, there are quite a few of optional aspects as well, such as the option to have four wheel drive, four speed automatic transmission, sixteen inch alloy wheels, among other things. There is also the standard navigation system that is placed into all these vehicles, giving the ultimate of convenience that is equipped with the ability to use Google, find flights and low gas prices.
The normal 2011 Suzuki Grand Vitara includes a 2.5 liter, V6 engine that produces 165 horsepower, as well as offering a five speed manual transmission is standard. In addition, the Grand Vitara offers a cargo space of 50.2 cubic feet, which is standard for the class of vehicle that the Grand Vitara falls under.
The safety crash test rating that was given to the Grand Vitara was 'Acceptable', this is the second highest rating that is possible. In a frontal crash, the Grand Vitara received four out of five stars, while inside impacts the effect on front and rear passengers received a five out of five star rating.
Fuel mileage wise, consumers are going to be pleasantly surprised as the Grand Vitara gets average fuel consumption for its size. It is estimated that in the city the Grand Vitara gets around 19 miles per gallon, while highway driving, it is expected to get around 21 miles per gallon. Price wise, the basic model of the Grand Vitara is set to run around $20,000. While the Premium version of the vehicle will run around $21,000 and the Limited, top of the line model will run $25,000. The price of the base model makes the Grand Vitara the cheapest off road capable SUV that is on the market currently.
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2011 Suzuki Verona is spearheading its attack with this economically priced midsize family sedan. The 2011 2011 Verona’s closest competitor is the Dodge Neon. Upon introduction, both trims are equipped with a standard 2.5-liter, I6, 155-horsepower engine that achieves 20-mpg in the city and 28-mpg on the highway. A 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive is standard. The 2011 2011 Verona is all-new for 2011. One of the Verona’s main selling points is a standard six-cylinder engine.
At 2.5 liters, it’s on the small side but Suzuki is touting the inherent smoothness of its inline design. A standard four-speed automatic transmission makes it great for commuters, and with 177 lb-ft of torque, it accelerates quickly from a stop.
2011 Suzuki Verona’s all trim levels come with a 155-horsepower inline six-cylinder engine. The all-aluminum, dual-overhead cam 24-valve power plant also generates 177 pound-feet of torque at 4,000 rpm for strong acceleration at low speeds. The front-wheel-drive Verona uses a computer-controlled four-speed automatic transmission that adapts to suit the driver’s particular driving style. The EPA mileage estimate is 20 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the highway. A manual transmission is not available. All models come with four-wheel disc brakes. LX and EX models get standard antilock brakes optional on the S, while an electronic traction control system is an option on the EX only. Side airbags are not available. The Verona has not been crash tested. One of 2011 Suzuki Verona’s strong points is its sizable interior that matches up with the class-leading Camry in nearly every measured dimension. The long list of standard features makes even the base model seem comfortable, and the more upscale LX and EX are surprisingly well-trimmed for cars in this price range. Deeply recessed gauges have attractive white-facing, and both the steering wheel and the shifter are covered in leather. The plastics are generally pleasing to the touch and of high quality. The grab handles and storage doors are damped, providing a sense of luxury unavailable in some of the competition. 2011 Suzuki Verona’s standard six-cylinder is a smooth and refined power plant that delivers adequate punch for day-to-day driving. Off-the-line torque is solid. Good gas mileage 20 around town and 28 on the highway is the only compensation for the modest power.
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Unlike most of today’s unibody mini-SUVs built on car platforms, The 2011 Suzuki Vitara boasts a truck-tough body-on-frame construction. The 2011 2011 Suzuki Vitara Two-Door’s closest competitors include the Buick Rendezvous, the Kia Sorento, and the Toyota RAV4. Upon introduction, the Two-Wheel Drive is equipped with a standard 2.0-liter, I4, 127-horsepower engine that achieves 23-mpg in the city and 26-mpg on the highway.
The Four-Wheel Drive is equipped with a standard 2.0-liter, I4, 127-horsepower engine that achieves 22-mpg in the city and 25-mpg on the highway. A 5-speed manual transmission with overdrive is standard on both trims, and a 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive is optional. The 2011 2011 Suzuki Vitara Two-Door is a carryover from 2003.
2011 Suzuki Vitara’s standard features include remote keyless entry; daytime running lights; air conditioning; an in-dash CD player; power windows, locks and mirrors; a tilt steering wheel; cruise control; a rear-window defroster; a cargo cover; and 16-inch steel wheels. Alloy wheels and antilock brakes are optional. 2011 Suzuki Vitara is offered in either rear-wheel drive (2WD) or four-wheel drive. Four-wheel-drive models get a two-speed transfer case for additional power in low-speed off-road situations. The only engine available is a 2.5-liter V6 rated at 165 horsepower and 162 lb-ft of torque. Two transmissions are offered: a five-speed manual and a four-speed automatic. The four-door’s maximum cargo space is of 50.2 cubic feet. Antilock brakes are optional, but neither side airbags nor traction controls are available. Vitara received an “Acceptable” rating, while government crash testing resulted in a four-star rating for driver and front-passenger protection in a front-impact collision. Side-impact tests resulted in a four-star rating for front passengers and a five-star rating for rear passengers.
2011 Suzuki Vitara can rock-crawl with the best, it gets left behind in nearly every other respect. The Vitara four-door is upgraded with a V6 engine and comes with charcoal-colored bumpers and mud guards, a newly designed soft spare tire cover and new exterior colors. An optional dual-range four-wheel-drive system, gives the Vitara its biggest advantage over its segment competition. This system allows for shift-on-the-fly engagement for real off-road action. 2011 Suzuki Vitara’s true off-road capability is also helped with eight inches of ground clearance, an impressive amount for such a small vehicle. Truck-tough body-on-frame construction and dual-range four-wheel drive gives the Vitara solid off-road abilities
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The Suzuki XL 7 is an SUN that utilizes a truck platform. However, this does not affect the ride quality of the vehicle as many people would assume it would. The ride is completely comfortable and smooth, and the SUN is ready to go off road or stay on the path that you want. The closest competitors that are comparable to the Suzuki XL-7 are the Toyota RAV4, or the Kia Sorento.
The Suzuki XL-7 comes with a 2.7 liter, six cylinder engine that is considered standard. The engine puts out around 185 horsepower, which is about average for any SUN. Gas mileage wise, the SUN gets are twenty-two miles per gallon while driving on the highway, while getting around seventeen miles per gallon while in the city. Consider that the SUN is built on the platform of a truck, this is excellent gas mileage, and one thing that attracts many consumers.
Transmission wise, the Suzuki XL7 comes with either a five speed manual transmission that is the standard version for the LX 2WD version of the Suzuki XL7. The same model also has an option of choosing a five speed automatic transmission for those that are interested. A five speed automatic transmission is found on the EX III 4WD. The LX and EX III are the new names for the Touring and Limited that were used in previous years for the different versions of the Suzuki XL7. The LX is two wheel drive, however, for those that are wanting four wheel drive they can choose the EX version. Both versions can tow around 3,000 pounds, which is considerably higher than many other SUV's on the market.
Safety wise, the XL-7 has yet to be tested. However, it is based off of the same safety features that the Grand Vitara is based and the NHTSA gave the vehicle four stars for safety when it comes to the protection level that driver and passengers have in frontal impacts. The front passenger airbags are considered multistage airbags, in which they can deploy at different strengths, depending on the accident that the driver is involved in.
The 2011 Suzuki XL 7 is one of those SUV's on the market that is smaller than many other competitors, however deliver just as much, if not more, performance. The SUN has 40 cubic feet when it comes to cargo capacity that is located behind the second row of seats. This area increases when the seats are laid down. The SUV has a feel of ruggedness, which accounts for the dependable handling in all sorts of conditions. The price is affordable, which is one reason that so many people should consider looking into owning a Suzuki XL 7.