How long does a 2007 Suzuki SX4 last?
2007 Suzuki SX4 is a surprisingly great car! At 150,000 miles its still going strong, and I think I will see 200,000 with out any major bills except tune-up. Does use a bit of oil (all the 2.0 liter Suzuki engines I have owned do), IF you drive at 70+ mph for 3 + hours.
Does a 2007 Suzuki SX4 have a timing belt or chain?
It depends which engine your car has. The 1.5- and 1.6-litre petrol engines have timing chains, the 1.6, 1.9 and 2.0-litre diesels have a belt that needs to be changed every 120,000km or every three years.
What does XL 7 mean?
Xtra Large 7 seater
The Suzuki XL-7 (styled as XL7 for the second generation) is a mid-size SUV sold by Suzuki from 1998 to 2009, over two generations. Slotted above the Grand Vitara in Suzuki’s lineup, the XL-7 offered three-row seating. XL-7 stands for “Xtra Large 7 seater”.
What size tires are on a 2007 Suzuki sx4?
P205/60R162007 Suzuki SX4 / Tire size
Is Suzuki cheap to maintain?
According to the research by MoneySupermarket and Warranty Direct, Suzuki models are also some of the least expensive cars to maintain with the average repair costs being £234.96.
Where is the Suzuki SX4 made?
Based on the Suzuki Swift, it is manufactured at the Magyar Suzuki plant in Esztergom, Hungary; Manesar, India; Bekasi, Indonesia; Chongqing, China and Sagara, Japan. Production in Hungary was expected to be 60,000 units per year — two thirds to be sold by Suzuki and one third by Fiat, badged as the Sedici.
What is your review of the 2007 Suzuki SX4?
118 Comments on “Review: 2007 Suzuki SX4…” a well-balanced review that makes important points: cars don’t have to be superfast to be fun, and don’t have to be expensive to make you feel good. suzuki already made that point over here in europe with the new swift, which offers most of the delights of a mini without the annoying retro-ness.
Is the Suzuki SX4 a crossover SUV?
So the Suzuki SX4 is a Crossover SUV, period. It is not a wagon! I am sick and tired of looking at monster SUV’s and being told that being huge is the way they all are. I have been looking for a real small SUV for a while now, and am pleased to have found one in the SX4.
Is the SX4 AWD/4WD?
Very similar in concept and form but perhaps Suzuki has squeezed a bit more into their design and I think the AWD/4WD setup is more versatile on the SX4. User reviews on Edmunds are very positive, the only recurring complaint I noticed is fuel tank size (11 gal – yeah, that’s a bit on the dinky side). Oh my yes!
Why do people like the Suzuki SX4 so much?
It won the World Rally championship six years in a row and scored 46 WRC victories. The Suzuki is in spirit and package very similar in being very fun to drive, responsive and designed by the same person. Now I can buy a Suzuki SX4 here in the US, put Lancia badges on it and imagine it’s the new Delta.