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XL-7Suzuki's largest sport-ute carries as many as seven passengers on three rows of seats in a cabin that stretches about a foot longer than the Grand Vitara. Trim designations for 2003 include the base XL-7, a well-equipped version for five riders and available in 2WD and 4WD formats. A second XL-7 model, dubbed "3rd Row Option", increases cabin capacity to seven with the third bench installed. A Limited model comes with either two or three rows, while an ultimate Limited model marked "Loaded" adds rear air conditioning and running boards. Power for all models comes from a 2.7-liter V-6 that generates 183 hp. Inside, there's a new dashboard faced with wood-grain finish and chrome accents. Air conditioning and a keyless remote entry system are standard items, along with a new seven-speaker sound package and in-dash CD player.
Can anyone tell me if this is a valid concern?I have confirmed the gas tank location from Suzuki website, but have not heard any complaint on this. I'm looking forward to seeing the 2003 XL-7 with redesigned interior next month but the gas tank issue has been putting me off.
Thanks for sharing any info.
On quick research, I'm surprised to find an ongoing lawsuit against Ford's unprotected gas tank safety, have you heard this from http://www.CrownVictoriaSafetyAlert.com
That's the problem of being a big company where image and lawsuit is costly...
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