Is Suzuki Equator reliable?

Is Suzuki Equator reliable?

It ranks 2nd in reliability out of 12 eligible Suzuki models. Our reliability rank is based on our PainRank™ system. A higher number means you can expect more significant problems. The average Suzuki score is 2.85 while the Equator comes in at 0.2.

How much does a Suzuki Equator cost?

Suzuki Equator

TRIM Original MSRP 5-Year Cost to Own / Rating
Comfort 2WD Extended Cab $19,449 N.A. / N.A.
Premium 2WD Extended Cab $22,949 N.A. / N.A.
Sport 2WD Short Bed Crew Cab $25,699 N.A. / N.A.
Sport V6 4WD Extended Cab $26,449 N.A. / N.A.

Does Suzuki still make the equator?

The Equator was offered as either a four-seat Extended Cab or a five-seat Crew Cab. In the Canadian market, the Equator is only offered in the Crew Cab configuration, in a single trim level….

Suzuki Equator
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Are Suzuki trucks any good?

In all, the Suzuki Equator is a solid truck that, while not outstanding in any one particular area (except for its seven-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty), can stand up admirably against its far better known competition.

Is Suzuki owned by Nissan?

Nissan Motor Co. and Suzuki Motor Corp. already have a partnership, in which Suzuki provides Nissan minicars, mainly for the Japanese market, to be sold under the Nissan brand. Nissan does not make its own minivehicles, which have engines of up to 0.66 liters and get tax breaks in Japan.

Is Suzuki and Nissan the same?

This same dealer size advantage means there are plenty of consumers who are not aware Suzuki has a version of Nissan’s truck.

How many Suzuki Equator are there?

The Equator turned out to be short-lived as Suzuki’s automobile division announced it would be pulling out of the US market completely in late 2012. Less than 6,000 Equators were sold during its run.

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