I never thought I would ever own a truck other than a Toyota but after 20+ years here I am, the very happy and satisfied owner of a Suzuki Equator. I did serious research on this purchase as it was my first new vehicle purchase and it came down to the Equator and the Tacoma. Toyota did not seem to care if they sold the Tacoma to me, no incentives and the frame design is really sad compared to my old Toyota. So I went with the Equator which is rugged, durable, high quality, and well thought out and executed. Course I have only had it a few months and any new vehicle is a good thing. Still, I am really happy with this truck which sees lots of hunting trip use. Well done, Suzuki!
I like the looks. It looks FAR better than the Nissan Frontier, which it is basically. The interior is well done and durable. A good work truck. Love the crazy red color. It is a beautiful truck that is well designed and made.
2010 Suzuki Equator Extended Cab Sport 4dr Extended Cab 4WD 6 ft. SB (4.0L 6cyl 5A)
I searched locally, state-wide, and the internet. Finally, I found a dealer that would actually work for me to find the vehicle I wanted 250 miles away! Sales guy, was the best. I needed an extended-cab that was 4WD. Just not that into a 4-door pickup truck. The truck almost rides like a car. 17" wheels give you that extra height to get a good look down the road and the noise is low. Plenty of reserve power, CD player sounds phenomenal, cruise control is at your right hand thumb on the steering wheel and braking is smooth. The seats are comfortable. Holds the corners very well. Love the spray-on bed-liner and the tie-down rail system. A Nissan with a Suzuki warranty. Love it!
Spray-on bed liner and tie-down cleats/rail system and an easy 4WD Hi/Lo 2WD switch. Towing capacity beats all in class. Love the front end design.
Seat height adjustment in all models needed for tall people. Perfect for the average guy.
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