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What kind of car is the Suzuki Vitara?


What kind of car is the Suzuki Vitara?

Suzuki Vitara. The Suzuki Vitara is a compact SUV produced by Suzuki in four generations since 1988. The second and third generation models were known as the Suzuki Grand Vitara, with the fourth and current series eschewing the “Grand” prefix. In Japan and a number of other markets, all generations have used the name Suzuki Escudo.

What are the safety features on a 2012 Suzuki Grand Vitara?

Standard safety features on the 2012 Suzuki Grand Vitara include stability control, traction control, antilock disc brakes, full-length side curtain airbags and front-seat side airbags. In Edmunds brake testing, the Grand Vitara needed only 110 feet to stop from 60 mph — extraordinary performance for this type of vehicle.

When did the Suzuki Vitara Sidekick Sport come out?

Suzuki Sidekick Sport 5-door (US), also known as Escudo Nomade in Japan and Vitara V6 in other markets. Suzuki Vitara V6 5-door (Thailand), also known as Escudo Nomade in Japan and Sidekick Sport in North America. Suzuki Escudo was first introduced in the Japanese domestic market in July 1988.

What kind of winch does Suzuki Grand Vitara use?

Available for the Suzuki Grand Vitara models, the Deluxe bull bar is compatible with a selection of Warn, Smittybilt and Bushranger low mount winches. A cover panel finishes off the bar for when a winch is not fitted.

Japan’s Best Car magazine expects the new Suzuki Vitara (2022 Suzuki Vitara) to come out looking “more sophisticated” than the current model.

What should I expect from the Suzuki Vitara 2022?

The 2022 Vitara could be the first Suzuki model to feature a configurable, fully digital instrument cluster. In addition, a brand-new infotainment system with 4G connectivity, wireless Apple CarPlay and wireless Android Auto, a wireless smartphone charger, and a head-up display could also be among the main interior changes.

When did Suzuki Vitara Escudo Nomade come out?

Escudo Nomade was axed around 1999, but other models continued to be available until 2001. The Vitara was an immediate success across Europe. Italy had enacted a law which allowed off-roaders to bypass EEC quotas on Japanese imports, allowing the Vitara to be sold there without limits.

Is the Kia Vitara still a good car?

While this is a more stylised Vitara than ever (albeit minus the rhino spare wheel cover), it’s still a car that puts substance above all else. Climb inside and it’s tangibly short on glamour compared to all rivals bar a Dacia Duster.