2003 Suzuki XL7 consumer reviews

$19,599–$22,799 MSRP range
side view of 2003 XL7 Suzuki
100% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.2
  • Interior design 4.0
  • Performance 4.3
  • Value for the money 4.8
  • Exterior styling 4.2
  • Reliability 4.5
Explore the 2003 Suzuki XL7
4.9

Nice Ride

My car was very reliable. I received a lot of compliments on this vehicle. I wish it was a little quieter on the highway but other than that I loved it and it was able to haul a lot in it too!

4.5

Nicest car I’ve ever had

What I expected good running conditions for the year .. I love this car I will recommend this car to any one that don’t have 1

5.0

Amazing Performance, The Best Choice Ever

I have been driving this car for 4 years, and there has only been a few minor problems. The interior room is spacious. I moved 3 times during the past 4 years, and I'm so glad I owned this car.

4.9

never failed me

We had this car since 2003 and has been a very reliable car for us. Lots of room in back for picking up supplies from home depot or wholesale clubs. roof racks are removable and come in handy for limber ore a roof top carrier. hate to give it up but even though I just renewed the registration this month we decided we didnt have the need for 3 cars .

3.3

Bought used, runs great!

I bought this vehicle used in 2015 for $1900. Some things that needed to be done included front brakes tires all the way around and hub assemblies. So that was another $2,200. Right rear axle went and needed to be replaced so that was another $1,500. It runs and drives great gas mileage is really bad and it makes squeaks every once in awhile in the steering column but besides that it runs and drives very well. This vehicle has a towing capacity of 3,000 pounds and I'm looking forward to hauling a small travel trailer with it this next year even though it's an older car. It's got over a hundred and eighty eight thousand miles on it and still running strong.

5.0

very very reliable car

I have had my xl7 since brand new and it has 228900 miles on it and it has never been to the shop for nothingmayor just regular maintance I will drive this baby to the ground and the body is in excellent shape no rust at all.

4.6

energizer car

My wife and i bought the 7 in late 2003 with 10,000 miles on it. It is Sept 2012 and it has 185,000 miles now. The 7 has only been in the shop twice and that was for a idle control valve($285) and the windshield made a whistle going down the highway (Warranty). The four wheel drive has gotten my wife to work many times through snow and i use it to get my boat in some off the beaten path fishing spots. I have pulled out other vehicles with it that got stuck in mud and pulled my boat a couple thousand miles. couple of things i really like are the heated mirrors and the four wheel drive shift on the fly.

4.6

Very Reliable Vehicle

I bought my XL7 with almost 100 k and have never had a problem with it other than changing the blinker light and putting a new battery in. This car drives great on snow and has plenty of room for hauling. Gets decent gas mileage too for a mid sized SUV. Would definitely buy one again!

3.3

2003 XL7

My wife and I just bought this XL7 and overall it is nice. There are some design flaws, but arent there always. You can never expect to have every thing right. The interior is comfortable and has a third row seat. However, the design lacks functionality when you are looking to put all of the seats down for hauling or moving. The surface is very uneven. But for the price, it will do. As for the performance it is a little big for a V6, and wish it had an 8. However, it does go as fast as we need it to. However, you aren't going to be towing anything with it. Just lacks the power. All around it is a nice car and worth the money. Good family SUV.

4.6

Great Purchase

Drove it off the lot brand new... it has 185,000 miles and still runs great. Never a mechanical issue.