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Suzuki's swapped the ladder frame architecture of the past to create a more civilized XL7, a welcome change from the Vitara roots of the original. The XL7's unitized Theta II platform, on loan from General Motors, also serves as the basis for the Chevrolet Equinox and Pontiac Torrent. Suzuki also borrows the General's 3.6 liter V6, trying its very best in this application. The XL in the name is an apt descriptor, this is a lot of vehicle, and the price makes it a lot of value. So, what had to be sacrificed to bring such family friendly acreage in for the $22,000 of our trial unit?

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One of the advanced features on the Suzuki XL7 is the smart e-mirror. This feature is only available in the Alpha variant which is the center mirror with the function to record events on the front and rear of the car directly.

The Beta and Zeta types are also equipped with a keyless push start stop button and digital auto climate AC with heater and power outlets up to the third row.

The Suzuki XL7 is equipped with several safety features such as ABS and ABD, ISOFIX, dual SRS airbags, parking sensors and a rear camera.

The Beta and Zeta versions are equipped with the Hold Control (HHC) and Hill Electronic Stability Program (ESP) features on the AT variant.
 
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