2007 Suzuki XL7 consumer reviews

$22,999–$25,949 MSRP range
side view of 2007 XL7 Suzuki
68% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.3
  • Interior design 3.9
  • Performance 3.9
  • Value for the money 3.9
  • Exterior styling 4.1
  • Reliability 3.8
Explore the 2007 Suzuki XL7

Love this car for my big family

Great on gas for a SUV with third row seating and we arent squished in there. Runs really well even with 130,000 miles on it.


This is one of the best luxury car...

Suzuki xl7 is good family car...good for drive and park anywhere..excellent drive...7 seats works great for family and kids..this one have a dvd video player...leather seats.....luxury is always best..


I love this vehecle

I love this SUV.There's plenty of room for 7 people.One thing I have problems with tho is its very bouncy.And when I slow down and keep rolling and then give it gas my transmission seems to slip.


This car has been a GREAT investment

Was a great family vehicle! Met all my space needs and had good gas, smooth running and efficient!!!


Great car

I bought this 2007 XL7 with 25,000 miles on it. It now has 185,000 and has never been in the shop. I do oil changes myself and have change spark plugs myself at 100,000 miles. . I see many complaints about water leaking in thru sunroof and going into front overhead dome light. Thats probably because the drain ports at the front of the sunroof are clogged up with dirt, dust, etc. Find these holes and run/push 8ft piece of 100lb test fishing line thru them. you'll see the line make it's way thru and exit at side of car if you just look forward thru the car door opening. Have the car door open on each side as you do this.


2007 XL7 has been a great car!

My car had a thousand miles when I bought in 2008. It has been all over the country. Had to get new brakes, normal wear and tear. No problems. The interior seat material could be nicer, less prone to stain, use seat covers so my problem solved. This has been a reliable, sturdy vehicle.



I bought my Suzuki in 2008 when it was almost a year old. it had around 25,000 miles on it. I had to have it, it was such a cool looking car for a reasonable price. This car has cost me so much money! Everything has gone wrong with it. Timing chain replaced- at least it was still under warranty. The valve stems on the tires that read tire pressure broke, to fix all four and replace tires would have been $1800. Back door handle keeps breaking. replaced several times. Cant open back door now. Every now and then, when Im driving down the road, it will open. Had a new engine put in 1 1/2 yrs ago, had to take it to a Suzuki dealership- closest one is about an hour away. It took them over two months to fix. Just had a used transmission put in- that cost $2400. For a used one. Was planning on getting rid of it soon as I got it back, but it broke down AGAIN. Now its making a loud rattle noise then all the lights started flashing and went out. Have problems with traction control. Every light on the dash is lite up. I have them covered with electrical tape. I am so disappointed with this car! I would NEVER recommend a Suzuki to anyone


Second Owner, hardly broken in

I bought my 2007 SUZUKI XL7 PLATINUM LIMITED with Navigation, I bought mine at 46.000 miles, the previous owner changed the rear diff oil, the trans fluid, every service the vehicle needed, he put Advantage TA on at 38,000 miles. I've read all the other reviews and boy do I feel bad, I have driven it to phoenix twice, fully loaded, The only thing my XL7 doesn't have is a back up camera. I really hope I don't jinx myself by writing this review, but i will be back in a year to write another, on the good, the bad, right now I couldn't be more pleased with my XL7


Really like the leg room

I really enjoy the way the seat feels in Suzuki xl 7. As a single mom I felt the trunk was great to hold things and not too big to drive. The windows give me clear seeing capacity. I bought the car new and have not had many problems with the car that are out of the ordinary.


Not Impressed

I was going to buy this car from a dealership this last week. I have always heard not-great things about Suzuki, but I was going to get a really good deal on it, so i thought, "why not?" I thought about the deal for a couple days and then went back to go get it. The first time I test drove it I noticed that upon accelerating from a stop it was kind of sluggish, but figured that I just wasn't used to it and it seemed to run fine. When I went back I test drove it again--and thank goodness I did. Not even two miles into the test drive little warning symbols started popping up on the dashboard. It said, "service traction control," and, "service stability control," and then the check engine light came on. Before we knew the transmission blew out and had completely stopped working. The car was not going anywhere with foot completely pushed down at 2,500 rpms. We found out the car had changed owners three times within six years, probably from the same problem, but found the car fax to not be completely true.