One of the most exciting and the most popular model from Japanese factories is Suzuki’s crossover Grand Vitara. All fans will be excited and surprised, since carmaker is preparing new model for 2017. With performance boost, that crossover could attract attention of buyers that got used to other vehicles from same segment. Nevertheless, 2017 Suzuki Grand Vitara will get cosmetic update also, so, more attractive design could bring new users. Then, price could be last card which crossover could lure more fans of SUV vehicles, since base models are going to be valued around $30,000.
2017 Suzuki Grand Vitara exterior
Overall look of the 2017 Suzuki Grand Vitara is different comparing to its predecessors. Refreshment was needed, since selling numbers started to fall, and designers had a task to make this crossover more attractive and competitive. Appearance is more sophisticated. Length is the same as for current vehicle, but styling of the front and side could make people buy Grand Vitara. Roof is more aggressive and with its new curves, aerodynamic is improved. Rear is familiar and entrance to storage area is big, so huge things could be stored there very easily.
2017 Suzuki Grand Vitara interior
Comfort and convenience are two things that will be improved the most. Dark colors are used inside, and it turns out to be great move by designers. Also, 2017 Suzuki Grand Vitara has plenty of space inside, and power-seats are excellent choice, because leg-room can be modified. Door panels and dashboard are covered with quality materials, while latest systems are installed for enjoy of passengers.
2017 Suzuki Grand Vitara engine
Under the hood of the 2017 Suzuki Grand Vitara is a 1.4-l iV-4 unit with four cylinders. This engine is ready to deliver 205 hp and 225 pounds-feet of torque. Powertrain is mated to a 6-speed transmission box, that sends power to all wheels. Fuel economy numbers are unknown yet, but we expect slight improvement. This is one of the things that should keep 2017 Grand Vitara in step with main competitors. Crossover sprints to 60 mph in just under 7 seconds, while top speed is around 150 mph.