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Suzuki Grand Vitara

By 911fan on 12 Apr 2010

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To be honest, I found the Suzuki Grand Vitara surprising to say the least, quite enjoyable. It was easy to drive on the roads and the directness of its steering seem to be a family trait. But it could do with a little more power for better off-roading ability. Doesn't matter that it looks a little more sedate than I would've liked. But I guess it fills the void between an all out bruiser like a Land Rover Defender and something soft like the BMW X5.

Nevertheless with some minor modifications (eg. bigger wheels, uprated suspension etc.), the GV can transform into a very capable off-roader too. The many Jimnys on the roads can be proof of that.

Read up more about the GV here

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Elijahritz Nov 20 2010 10:18 AM
One of my favorite vehicle from Suzuki is the Vitara especially the 2010 model because the design of it is much bolder and sharper compare to previous model. I also think this new Vitara would look much better with a grille guard on it to add more appeal. I'm hoping I could drive on of this and take it home. rolleyes.gif
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