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Suzuki Escudo

The Suzuki (known as Sidekick in North Vitara in most of Western Bolivia. Ecuador. the Philippines. as as North America after and the Grand Vitara in the United Eastern Europe. parts of Asia. the Caribbean.

Iran and ) is an off-road vehicle that has in production since 1988. The American version was produced as a venture between Suzuki and Motors known as CAMI. The was a follow-up to the popular SJ413 and Also, this vehicle, sold in North America. was to slot above the Samurai.

A larger version is also known as the Suzuki Grand (known as Grand Vitara in other markets). The name is from the escudo , the monetary of Portugal until the Euro was

First generation (1989–1998)

introduced as the Escudo in the Japanese market in May 1988, the North Sidekick became available for as a 2-door convertible or hardtop. in JA and more powerful 4-wheel-drive JX JLX An 80hp (60kW) 1.6-liter, 4-cylinder engine was available on the JX 1990 brought the deletion of the JLX version.

In 1991, a 4-door with a lengthened wheelbase was and the following year a 95hp 1.6-liter, 16-valve engine was 1991 also brought the of rear antilock brakes. The Sidekick was updated in 1996 a new Sport version available 120hp (89kW), 1.8-liter 4-cylinder engine.

The Sport also had dual 2-tone paint and 16-inch wheels.

There is also a limited edition factory named the Vitara Rossini came in metallic pink a cream leather interior, 250 of this model where worldwide,

In 1996, Suzuki the Suzuki X-90 which was identical to the Sidekick but had a much body, a trunk, and removable roof. [1] The Suzuki X-90 from Suzuki’s lineup the 1998 model year. The variant was replaced by the Grand in 1999.

In Spain. production went on at partner Santana with the nameplate. After a facelift in the name was changed to Santana

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In Australia. there were two available. The Vitara JX and the Vitara The JLX featured mainly with windows. Both versions the 1.6 Litre engine.

In May 1997, introduced the 1995 cc 2.0 Litre 4 Double Overhead Cam engine both soft-top and hardtop models. This engine was at 97kW (130hp) at 6300 At the same time the 5-door received the 1998 cc 2.0-litre V6. power rated for the 5-door V6 was at 100kW (134hp) at 6500 The 1.6-litre variant for the 3-door were named the Suzuki Rebel.

All models in Australia were as four-wheel drives.

The naming engines and trim options in Chile. closely follow of the Australian market. In 1998, became available models 1.9-litre turbodiesel engines PSA. built in Spain by Motors. all of them were 4WD equipped with manual

Since 2001, all diesel 1st Gen are to be imported from Argentina. by General Motors in Argentina, 1.9-litre HDI engines from all of them with 5-speed transmissions. Automatic transmissions are available on Japanese built with gasoline engines.

In Indonesia, Indomobil as the Suzuki agent introduced Vitara in While the Vitara was still in the Suzuki added 4×2-version and as the Escudo in 1994 to gain market. In 1996, Suzuki Sidekick . as a spec-down version of as the entry level model. is the only market in the world receive three different of Escudo in a time. Only 5 models, 1.6 litre petrol were offered with no transmission.

In 1995 Vitara received system and marketed as Vitara EPI Petrol Injection). However, due to higher price, Vitara EPI poorly in the market and later become collector item its rarity.

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