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2007 Suzuki XL7

navigator89navigator89 Posts: 1,080
The Suzuki XL7 gets a total makeover for 2007, as it loses its aging exterior and cheap interior for a more stylish and attractive design. It also gets more power, a 3.6L V6 putting out 250 horsepower. There are tons of nice options available, notably DVD entertainment, a navigation system and leather.

I really like the edgy design and the package as a whole and I doubt Suzuki will have any trouble selling this. This is a perfect competitor to the crossover SUVs on the market, and it's low price makes it even better.

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  • 5greyhounds5greyhounds Posts: 338
    If it did not have only 18K and had only 6 payments left I would really condsider the new one. Looks good, however, I think I will go a year or so with no payments. I really hope it does well.
  • slinky1slinky1 Posts: 42
    Has anyone heard what the Canadian price range will be??
    looks great!!!!!!!!!!
  • allcarsrcoolallcarsrcool Posts: 113
    Though the new 2007 XL7 does look good... i cant help but notice that it looks a little too much like the chevy equinox with its roofline and windows and tail lights. Also sort of like the Honda CR-V with its headlights and front grill. I'd just wish that they had come up with something totoally origonal instead of copying other automakers designs.
  • autoboy16autoboy16 Posts: 992
    IMO it looks too much like a tahoe from the rear and a sleepy drunk.
  • navigator89navigator89 Posts: 1,080
    In my opinion.
  • autoboy16autoboy16 Posts: 992
    in the front the sleepy thing... And i did 4get the imo thing... oops :blush: !!

    Any 1 surprised at the fact that "gm" finally offers a vehicle with fold flat 3rd row without having an extended wheel base. Looks like now you can take you, your spouse, benny, sally, betty, and bob on that road trip without removing the seats (or like toyota, fold them to the sidewalls) and still go on that shopping spree! :P :)
  • slinky1slinky1 Posts: 42
    There were 12 new xl7's travelling to nova scotia from Ingersoll ont. (where they are to be built), they looked really cool on the road!!!!!!!
  • navigator89navigator89 Posts: 1,080
    Prices

    Lol, honestly I thought there would be more discussion on this thread. It's been pretty empty here.

    In any case, now that we know the price of the XL7, I think it will stack up very well to the others in it's class like the Santa Fe, Outlander, and RAV4. It's engine already beats the output of the Santa Fe and Outlander. Plus the interior is really nice.
  • aa0526aa0526 Posts: 27
    I am considering this or the Outlander 2007.
    I think the Outlander has more features though ... but I like the overall exterior design on this one.
    I need to fit a 1-booster and 2 car seats in the 2nd row so I can keep the 3rd row vacant for stuff.
    So far- the Oulander has more 2nd row shoulder room but the XL7 has 2 inches more of hip room.

    Does this have a timing chain or belt?
    Also - how is the reliability on the Chevy Equinox -- the sister car?

    Thanks.
  • slinky1slinky1 Posts: 42
    Although they are both on the Theta platform, keep in mind it is difficult to compare the reliability with Equinox as the engine ,Tranny and suspension are completely different, the equinox will be getting the 3.6L later on in '07, but is now using GM's 3.4, the suspension is set up alot stronger on the suzuki as it will be carrying 7 people.
    But, you'll find the Equinox to be very "average" as far as quality goes..................
    Slink
  • XL7 is very roomy, and the new 3.6L V6 gets peak torque at only 2300 RPM -- awesome. All for $23,000 for a base model. Definitely a good buy, maybe the best buy out there.
  • mm9351mm9351 Posts: 72
    Picked up my platinum packaged limited XL7 yesterday and needless to say I'm loving it. It replaced an 04 EX XL7. First impressions: PLUSH compared to the 04; comfy seats, smooth, quiet and controlled ride, navigation system is awesome (has the 3-D view) and the audio system is simply outstanding. XM Radio is standard along with the mp3 input, rear heat & AC controls, and what's this? A desk / writing surface on the back of the passenger seat for your laptop? Wow, Suzuki thought of everything. I don't think you can find another vehicle in this class for this price. The deal breaker? The chrome wheels peg the 'wow' meter, and believe me this car is a head-turner. Suzuki has out-done themselves; this car is a winner. Let me know if there's anything I left out.
  • Has anyone heard what the Canadian price range will be??
    looks great!!!!!!!!!!


    Good luck finding a dealer! Aside from Toronto, Brantford and a few other places, there aren't many Suzuki dealers around.
  • Actualy, my home city (london ON) just got a brand new one thats huge!! , and Ingersoll has one as well.....
    Canadian prices are far better than i thought they would be!!
    http://www.ultimatesuzuki.ca/
  • 'got last weekend this new suzuki xl-7 with 7 passenger... wow! i love it. i'm just waiting for the accessories to come before it makes my year complete :)
  • guxuguxu Posts: 32
    Driving a XL7 (Limited Platinum package) for two days, the whole family like it.

    Our local dealer sold most of their XL7s, and we will get their last Limited with DVD. They have no hassle price ($22,000 for base 7-passenger, $25,2xx for Limited, $27,xxx for Limited Platinum package), plus Suzuki's great financing program. What else can we expected? :)
  • guxuguxu Posts: 32
    XL7 performed very well. :)

    I was sitting on the back seat for about 3 hours, playing the rear AC, watching DVD... The leg room is excellent, and the it is roomy for 2 people. :D
  • skyuskyu Posts: 1
    Could you please provide the details of your local dealer's contact information? Probably, I would like to buy a XL7-2007 from your area. Also, you could send the information to skyu101@yahoo.com. Many Thanks. Happy New Year! :blush:
  • guxuguxu Posts: 32
    I am located in North Alabama. Our local Suzuki dealer claims they are nation's #1 Suzuki dealer. Nation's top 4 or 5 salesmen are all in this dealership. They started from a small dealer selling used car on internet. Now, besides the original used car, they have 5 locations selling Suzuki in surrounding area and they just bought a Hyundai dealer (another cheap brand :P ) and a Toyota dealer.

    They have sold most of their XL7 for now, and seems they raised the price a little (not sure).

    They have fixed price on all Suzuki, and the sales people are salaried (not commission) employees. But they still have refer program. So if you like, I can refer you and we can split the refer fee. My email address is guxu(a)yahoo.com. Thanks and Happy New Year!
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