Suzuki 2007


Feedsee Cars : Suzuki 2007 : Dune Grand Vitara, SX4, XL7, Forenza Sedans and Wagons, compact Reno, and Aerio sedan

Suzuki's 2007 vehicle line-up: The Dune Grand Vitara is designed for off-road enthusiasts who demand off-road capabilities. Built by C16 magazine, an enthusiast publication focusing on the lifestyle of car culture, the rally-inspired SX4 is in phase one of a two-phase program. The 2007 Suzuki XL7 blends SUV versatility and safety to increase driver and passenger comfort and features available all-wheel drive and seven-passenger, three-row seating to provide adaptability for active, mobile lifestyles. The 2007 Suzuki SX4 compact sport crossover is designed for those who live an adventurous life and is sure to be a year-round standout in any driving conditions. The 2007 Grand Vitara features a standard 185-horsepower, 2.7-liter, V6, 24-valve DOHC engine, a sophisticated available Four-Mode full- time four-wheel-drive system, tough unibody construction enhanced with a built-in ladder frame and an extensive list of interior amenities and standard safety features. Both the Forenza sedan and the Forenza Wagon are available in one trim level and customers can choose to add the ABS option. With its sculpted European styling and lively 2.0-liter, four-cylinder, 16-valve DOHC engine, the 2007 Suzuki Reno is an attractive alternative to compact competitors. The 2007 Suzuki Aerio sedan comes standard with a sporty 2.3-liter, four- cylinder, 16-valve DOHC engine with 155 horsepower and 152 pounds per foot of torque and adds more value in 2007 with the addition of a standard AM/FM/CD/MP3 audio system.

Suzuki Innovations

Suzuki, a well-known Japanese automaker, has a long history in the automotive industry and has contributed many innovations over the years. Here are some of the notable ones:

  1. Mini Vehicle Innovation: Suzuki has made significant contributions to the development of mini vehicles (also known as kei cars) in Japan. Their 1955 "Suzulight" was an early forerunner of these small, efficient vehicles and was among the first to feature a front-wheel-drive, front-engine layout, which is common today.
  2. All-Wheel-Drive Technology: Suzuki was a pioneer in developing all-wheel-drive (AWD) technology for passenger cars. The 1970 Suzuki Jimny was one of the first compact, affordable off-roaders to utilize this technology, and it has been a significant part of their vehicle lineup ever since.
  3. Vehicle Versatility: Suzuki is known for creating versatile vehicles that are suited to a range of environments. Their vehicles, particularly models like the Jimny and the Vitara, are well-regarded for their off-road capabilities despite their compact size.
  4. Motorcycle Innovation: While not directly related to their automotive segment, it's worth noting Suzuki's innovations in the motorcycle industry. They introduced the first bike with a liquid-cooled engine, the 1978 GSX-R750, and have remained at the forefront of motorcycle technology and performance.
  5. Fuel Efficiency: Suzuki has focused on creating fuel-efficient vehicles, with the company continually striving to improve engine technology, reduce vehicle weight, and enhance aerodynamics. For instance, the Suzuki Alto is one of the most fuel-efficient petrol-powered cars.
  6. Safety Technology: Suzuki has also invested in advanced safety technologies, such as the Suzuki Safety Support, which includes features like dual sensor brake support, lane departure warning, and weaving alert function.

Suzuki continues to innovate and adapt to the evolving demands of the global automotive industry, with a focus on eco-friendly technologies, like hybrid and electric vehicles, in recent years.