OFFROAD 2011 Suzuki Grand Vitara
Suzuki's response to the European demand for a Grand Vitara with more urban
style. This model will start reaching European dealers in the early summer.
Since 1988, that was when the first-generation Vitara was unveiled, Suzuki
has consistently used a ladder frame and offered a 4x4 lock mode — key
requirements for genuine 4x4 capability. At the same time, we've steadily
improved on-road performance amid the growing popularity of crossovers. The
current, third-generation Grand Vitara has a sleek, edgy exterior and
interior design. It has a rear-mounted spare tyre — a symbol of its SUV
As a stylish sport utility vehicle (SUV), the Grand Vitara's third
generation has been appreciated and praised not only by dedicated SUV fans
but also by customers who live in urban areas.
For an even greater urban style, Suzuki is now set to additionally offer
the urban version that emphasises the sense of nimbleness and quality.
Coming without a spare tyre at the tailgate the urban cross-country vehicle
presents itself in a more stylish shape making it more suitable for city
2010 Suzuki vs. Suzuki Grand Vitara Challenge
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) Most modern crossover vehicles (CUVs) are not
really designed to go off-road. But that's certainly not the case with the
Suzuki Grand Vitara which still retains the classic SUV body architecture.
So what's the best car to compare, at least off-road, to the Grand Vitara?
Of course, there's on;y one real answer...another Suzuki Grand Vitara.
Suzuki Grand Vitara
Test-drive of a 3 door Suzuki Grand Vitara
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