2008 Suzuki XL7

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2008 Suzuki XL7

Suzuki the details on its flag ship SUV the 2008 Suzuki XL7 . The 2008 XL7 is powered by a 3.6 liter V6 engine, seating for 7 passengers and is available all wheel drive.

The 2008 XL7 delivers 252 hp and 243 lb.-ft. of torque.

Available with all-wheel and three-row, seven-passenger seating

For a new, more affordable model is offered while the of standard equipment on the Luxury and models has been improved, so so that a fully equipped XL7 is a bargain compared to the key competitors’ models.

Under the hood, the XL7 has a 3.6-liter, 24-valve V6. With valve timing, it delivers 252 and 243 lb.-ft. of torque. Assembled by in Japan, this modern V6 many advanced engine from state-of-the-art casting to full four-cam phasing to data processing and torque-based management to provide maximum with minimal maintenance.

is transmitted to the road via a five-speed and either front-wheel drive or

all-wheel drive. EPA fuel estimates are 16 mpg/city and 22 mpg/highway for variants and 15 mpg/city and 22 mpg/highway for drive. Towing capacity is at 3,500 pounds, making it an vehicle for active buyers to tow their ATVs, motorcycles or watercraft.

The engine is mounted in a engine cradle system: the mounts to the cradle at four and the cradle mounts to the rails at points, providing double from the body. The cradle features two side load-bearing and front and rear torque mounts. There also is a snubber mounted on the passenger of the engine to help control movement sometimes experienced shifting.

New for 2008, the XL7 also a remote start system as a feature on top-of-the-line XL7 Limited (formerly part of the Platinum edition only). This – which operates from as far as 60 (nearly 200 feet) – not only the vehicle via fob activation, but starts the control system – and, if are below 41°F – turns on the seat heater.

All-Wheel Drive

The available all-wheel-drive system uses an electronically controlled rear module to deliver power to the wheels during normal on dry road surfaces; should the wheels slip due to adverse caused by rain, snow, or a driveway, power is automatically to the rear wheels – up to 50 percent.

The works automatically and seamlessly no action needed from the While engineered primarily for use, the single-range design of AWD system also provides traction and mobility for minor use. The added weight for the system is only 55 kg, including halfshafts.

Unlike many all-wheel-drive systems, the XL7 system is to sustain a measured amount of The system was carefully engineered to customer needs and expectations smooth and quiet operation.

Chassis Design

Composed and handling is delivered via an all-independent Bringing the XL7 to a stop are four-wheel with standard ABS enhanced by brake-force distribution (EBD). and passengers also benefit both a traction control (TCS) and Electronic Stability (ESP)1.

Safety is further by a standard tire pressure system that reports the of each tire individually.

details add up to provide a car-like The MacPherson strut-type front is designed with long travel, and the design of the struts for coil spring side

The bottom of the coil spring is more outboard in the spring to relieve the bending load on the caused when located outboard.

The independent rear is fitted with hydraulic absorbers in the five-passenger configuration and load-leveling rear shock for the available seven-passenger design. The rear suspension design a trailing arm plus three locating links to allow a wide load floor and rear-passenger space.

The vertical design of the rear-trailing arm flexibility in the twisting direction so the can maintain camber as it moves The three locating links are to manage lateral loads and the dynamic toe-in of the rear

The Nivomat suspension makes a contribution to driving safety and under changing load The front wheels remain loaded, so the handling remains precise and safe for the driver, and cargo.

The Nivomat suspension is – all elements are completely integrated the damper. It automatically sets the ride height based on conditions and the relative movements of the and vehicle body. Depending on conditions, the vehicle attains its height within a few hundred

The vehicle’s suspension performance constant over virtually the rated load spectrum for driving characteristics.

The fixed-ratio steering is tuned for responsiveness and on-center feel. In addition, the column can be adjusted up and down to added driver comfort.

Steel Dual Exhaust

The XL7 is fitted with a true exhaust system, constructed of long-lasting stainless steel. The was designed to supply subdued, exhaust tones; the goal – to the best balance of quietness and quality. The exhaust system two downpipes, two catalytic converters, a muffler, two side mufflers and two diameter exhaust tips.


In 2008, the XL7 offers an rear-vision camera on all XL7 Limited The rear-vision display in the 2008 XL7 uses a new technology that the driver to back up while where it’s natural: the view mirror. When the is in Reverse, an otherwise-invisible display on the left side of the mirror the view behind the vehicle.

This enables the driver to his or her eyes on the natural high he or she needs to be looking at: the rear mirror, the front windshield and the shoulder rather than at rear view screen on the console. When the car is in Park or the rearview display disappears and the mirror looks normal.

The Highway Traffic Safety has awarded its highest safety to the 2008 XL7 for protection of the driver and in case of a front impact, and of all passengers during side five-star ratings in all cases. The safety features are built the foundation of the body structure

The unibody construction is a high-strength structure, incorporating full-length rails and a safety cage in the in a single, welded unit. It is designed with front and crumple zones engineered to in a controlled manner, helping to crash energy while the integrity of the occupant safety The safety cage is reinforced welded, tubular-section members frame the door openings and the roof, and steel members in the

The combination of a single-piece door and door beam reinforcements resist side-impact intrusion.

The Suzuki XL7 is fitted with four-wheel ABS with EDB and ESP (including control), all working together to a sophisticated technical safety net for the The system uses a yaw sensor, accelerometer and steering angle to monitor vehicle and driver

Working with the standard ABS EBD and TCS, the system can apply brakes selectively to control and understeer as needed to help the maintain control on slippery or during emergency maneuvers. able to control any or all of the brakes the ESP system to provide maximum control and enhanced accident capabilities, although ESP is not a substitute for driving practices.

The TCS uses brake and engine intervention to enhance traction launch and acceleration on all road If the ABS system detects impending slip, it signals the powertrain control unit to adjust torque output accordingly. TCS senses when one or more spin faster than the speed and applies the brakes at wheel or wheels.

Working the two systems limit wheel and help maintain control and forward progress quickly and

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In addition, rollover sensing is on all XL7’s. The technology uses to proactively monitor the vehicle’s and rate of roll on a flat surface and applies brake to the outside front and rear in order to reduce lateral in the vehicle.

Additional standard features include driver and advanced airbags and side-curtain three-point seatbelts with limiters in all (five or seven) seating positions, front belt pretensioners, child-seat anchor and tethers for children low front bumpers for optimum in the event of a collision with an and a tire pressure monitoring (TPMS) that provides the of each wheel individually.


The XL7’s unique fascia speaks to Suzuki’s mantra. A penetrating, three-bar is framed by multi-reflector, jewel-type and Suzuki’s ‘S’ badge serves as the centerpiece. An aggressively raked adds a feeling of spaciousness to the along with enhanced at highway speeds. Flared wells, similar to those on the more off-road-oriented Grand give an aggressive look to the side view, while roof rails add visual and functional ‘utility.’


The 2008 Suzuki XL7 is the largest, comfortable Suzuki SUV ever It offers the driver and passengers a functional interior that upscale sophistication and refinement. The seat delivers seven-passenger and real comfort.

With its deep footwell, the platform comfortable first- and second- and third-row seating, offering 38.8 and 30.8 inches of and 41.3, 40 and 38.8 inches of respectively.

The reclining 60/40 split-folding seat tumbles and folds, and the split-folding third-row seat can be flat into the floor for cargo carrying room. The front-passenger seat allows for longer items such as surfboards or even a small

In addition to the convenience of touch-screen DVD entertainment and ample storage the interior of the 2008 Suzuki XL7 upscale wood (beige or satin nickel (gray appliqués on the instrument panel and chrome accents throughout and black, low-gloss dash and upper surfaces. Leather surfaces and leather-wrapped steering are standard on Luxury and Limited

Trim Levels and Packages

trim levels are offered: XL7 Premium, Luxury and Limited. The XL7 offers five-passenger seating the XL7 Premium and Luxury are available in five-passenger and seven-passenger configuration and the XL7 Limited features standard seating. All trim levels the XL7 base will be offered available all-wheel drive.

The XL7 a long list of standard including five-speed automatic with manumatic shift, keyless entry, power locks and mirrors, tilt wheel, cruise control, computer with driver center, auto on/off black roof rails, alloy wheels, privacy overhead storage compartment, air with automatic climate and AM/FM/CD stereo system six speakers. Standard safety include an alarm with immobilizer, driver and passenger airbags, side-curtain airbags for all of passengers, ABS with EBD, ESP TCS, and TPMS.

In addition, seven-passenger models feature cargo underfloor storage and rear air conditioning with HVAC controls. The 16-inch tire is carried in an outside-the-cabin area equipped with a system. The tire storage is designed to accommodate up to a 17-inch and tire should it be required.

For the starting MSRP for the XL7 is only plus $650 destination and

The Premium models add standard mats, available wood appliqué interior and 17-inch wheels for an MSRP of $23,249.

The XL7 adds a leather appointed power driver seat, front seats, and brushed lower front and rear valances. It also offers a sunroof, six-disc in-dash CD and leather steering wheel integrated audio controls. The MSRP for the XL7 Luxury is $24,949.

The XL7 adds a touch screen system, 17-inch chrome Pioneer premium XM Satellite audio system with speakers (including subwoofer), fog upgraded roof racks silver-colored rails, rear and remote engine start. A DVD system with wireless is a no-cost option in lieu of the and navigation system. With all of equipment, the starting MSRP for the XL7 is only $27,299.

The Brea, Automotive Operations of American Motor Corporation was founded in by parent company Suzuki Corporation (SMC) and currently its vehicles in the United States a network of more than 500 dealerships in 49 states. Based in Japan, SMC is a diversified worldwide motorcycle and outboard motor with sales of more two million new automobiles annually.

in 1909 and incorporated in 1920, SMC has in 187 countries. For more information, www.media.suzukiauto.com.

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