Shoppers who like the Chevrolet Tracker and Suzuki Vitara, but prefer a V-6-powered vehicle, will do well by checking out the Grand Vitara. This Japanese-brand sport utility vehicle is built in Canada at a plant Suzuki shares with General Motors.InteriorWhile the Grand Vitara holds five, that is... Read Full Report
We panned the two-door Chevrolet Tracker convertible last fall, but suggested the four-door hardtop was sturdier, safer, quieter and comfier. Those same attributes apply to Tracker's sibling, the Suzuki Vitara. We recently tested a fully loaded Grand Vitara Limited with the twin-cam V-6. The bottom line, with no options: A breezy $23,149, or about $5,000 more than the Tracker two-do... Read full review for the 2000 Suzuki Grand Vitara
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Bought this car new right after graduating from college. Initially, I was hesitant to buy a Suzuki but was drawn to it purely for the very reasonable sticker price. Once I test drove it, I realized th... Read Full Review
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