2004 Suzuki Grand Vitara on 2040-cars
Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States
$5,765.00 -- Kelly Blue Book Value
After Market Installs - 4 Window Visors & Remote Starter in 2013
Selling for $5,300.00 (or Best Offer)
No accidents. Clear Colorado Title. Great Student vehicle.
Purchased from Phil Long dealership 2nd hand with approx 98000 miles in March 2013.
Approx 4000 miles added in 6 month had in possession.
Used for commuting to school, work and grocery shopping in Colorado Springs Area, driven to and from Denver twice only (June 14 & November 3).
Tires were brand new when purchased. from Phil Long and are still in Excellent shape.
***Front silver grill broken when purchased from Phil Long but I have the replacement piece just never got around to having it installed will be given to buyer at no cost***
******* Please be aware that vehicle is still being used as every day commute to and from school & work but is generally less than 15 - 20 miles a day added******************
Suzuki Grand Vitara for Sale
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Wed, 31 Jul 2013 09:29:00 EST
Even though American Suzuki Motor Corporation filed for bankruptcy last year and stopped selling cars in the US and Canada as part of its reorganization, there are still plenty of countries around the world where Suzuki continues to sell autos. For those markets, the automaker is working on a compact sport-utility vehicle, called the iV-4, which will be unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September.
Sat, 18 Oct 2014 08:58:00 EST
Suzuki says the iV-4 "embodies the basic ruggedness of an SUV," and that its styling is modern and innovative. We'll have to take Suzuki's word on that one, though the teaser above certainly looks the part, with the grille reminding us of the one found on the Jeep Grand Cherokee (minus a few slats, of course).
Scroll down for the short-and-sweet press release, and expect the full brace of information to be revealed in September.
Suzuki is known for having a pair of very capable sportbikes in its GSX-R750 and GSXR-1000, but now the Japanese company is recalling 23,073 of them in the US to replace the chain adjuster. Specifically, the campaign affects 2011-2014 model year versions of the 750 and the 2009-2014 1000.
Thu, 20 Feb 2014 13:01:00 EST
According to documents from The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the problem can occur if riders miss a gear while upshifting. It's possible that the following shift might put enough added strain on the drivetrain to move the rear axle. This can damage the left-side chain adjuster. If there's too much harm done to the part, then the chain could potentially slip off the bike, leaving the powerless bike more vulnerable to a crash.
To fix the problem, Suzuki dealers will "replace the left-side adjuster with an improved part" that will be heat-treated to be stronger. Scroll down to read the full recall report.
Say what you will about its smallest SUVs, but you have to hand it to Suzuki: the likes of the Samurai, Sidekick and Vitara were doing the little-sport-ute-that-could thing long before most of the rest of the industry caught on. And the formula remains relevant enough that Suzuki is still selling the same basic Samurai overseas as the Jimny.
That could be why the Samurai still has something of a cult following. Well, that and the name - which, as it turns out, may not have been such a stretch after all. A Samurai warrior, after all, was just one man - but like any other knight, he was worth more than his headcount on the battlefield. Or in this case, a Japanese snowstorm. Just watch the half-minute video below to see what we mean.