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Suzuki Equator Detroit MI

Rather than develop and manufacture a midsize pickup truck on its own, Suzuki has gone into a joint venture with Nissan for a new model based upon Nissan's Frontier. First launched as a 1998 model, the Frontier has competed against such midrange pickups as the Dodge Dakota and Toyota Tacoma.

Bob Saks Suzuki
(248) 699-7280
35300 Grand River Avenue
Farmington Hills, MI
 
Bob Saks Suzuki
(248) 699-7280
35300 Grand River Avenue
Farmington Hills, MI
 
Harold Zeigler Suzuki
(269) 375-4500
4201 Stadium Drive
Kalamazoo, MI
 
Consumers Suzuki
(810) 229-0600
7100 E. Grand River
Brighton, MI
 
Rent A Jalopy
(313) 535-5147
17245 Telegraph Rd
Detroit, MI
 
Suzuki of Ann Arbor
(734) 482-8581
510 North Hewitt
Ypsilanti, MI
 
Halbinsel Suzuki
(906) 789-9650
200 N. 30th Street
Escanaba, MI
 
K & M Suzuki
(616) 363-0092
4180 Jupiter NE
Grand Rapids, MI
 
McDonald Suzuki
(989) 695-5566
6790 Midland Rd.
Freeland, MI
 
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
(313) 393-2344
2684 E Jefferson Ave
Detroit, MI
 

Suzuki Equator

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Critical Knowledge:
  • First midsize pickup truck from Suzuki

  • Offspring of joint venture with Nissan

  • Extended Cab and Crew Cab body styles

  • Three concept versions appear at Chicago Auto Show

  • Based on Nissan's Frontier pickup

  • Scheduled for sale in late 2008

Introduction
Rather than develop and manufacture a midsize pickup truck on its own, Suzuki has gone into a joint venture with Nissan for a new model based upon Nissan's Frontier. First launched as a

1998 model, the Frontier has competed against such midrange pickups as the Dodge Dakota and Toyota Tacoma. Signature Suzuki touches may be seen on the hood, front fenders, grille, bumpers and tailgate. Seating will be available for up to 5 passengers. Suzuki has offered an expanding line of compact and midsize sport utility vehicles, including the current Grand Vitara and XL7, but pickups are a new venture for the Japan-based company. Suzuki is best known for motorcycles, and many of those two-wheelers are hauled on trucks. Therefore, Suzuki would like to offer customers a pickup of the same brand. Like the Frontier, Suzuki's new Equator is built on a fully boxed frame, and will be manufactured in Smyrna, TN....

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