технические характеристики Suzuki Grand vitara 5 дверей с 2008 года Внедорожник


Production 2006–present
Assembly Hamamatsu, JapanSt. Petersburg, Russia (since 2010),Tehran, Iran (Since 2008)
Body style(s) 3-door SUV
5-door SUV
Engine(s) 1.6L 16V I4, 2.0L J20A 16V I4,
2.7L V6, 1.9L Turbodiesel I4,
2.4L VVT I4, 3.2L VVT V6.
Transmission(s) 5-speed manual
4-speed automatic
5-speed automatic
Wheelbase 4-Door: 103.9 in (2639 mm)
2-Door: 2,440 mm (96.1 in)
Length 2009- 4-Door: 177.2 in
(4501 mm)
2006-08 4-Door: 176.0 in (4470 mm)
2-Door: 4,005 mm (157.7 in)
Width 4-Door: 71.3 in (1811 mm)
2-Door: 1,810 mm (71.3 in)
Height 4-Door: 66.7 in (1694 mm)
2-Door: 1,695 mm (66.7 in)
Fuel capacity 17.4 US gallons (65.9 L;
14.5 imp gal)
Related Suzuki XL-7

The Grand Vitara was replaced in the fall of 2005 by a new
vehicle using some components of the GM Theta platform, and is built in
Japan. The 2006 Grand Vitara was developed independently by many of
the same Suzuki engineers who developed the Theta. Although it uses
some Theta componentry, especially in the suspension, it is quite
different and should not be considered a Theta vehicle. Notably, it
uses a longitudinally-mounted engine and
is rear-wheel drive with a 103.9 in (2639 mm) wheelbase, while all other Theta vehicles are
engined with front-wheel drive as the default. All
can also be ordered with all-wheel drive as
well, however. The contemporary generation Suzuki XL7 (starting in model year 2007) is
a true Theta vehicle, and is built alongside the Chevrolet
Equinox and Pontiac Torrent at CAMI Automotive
in Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada.

The standard chassis is a 5 door version, but in many countries
there is also available a 3 door version called «Vitara» (in some
countries, as Chile, 5-door version is named «Grand Nomade»). The
standard gasoline engine for the 5 door version is an updated J20A
(4 cyl. 2.0L 140hp); and a more powerful option is the Suzuki H engine
H27A (V6 2.7l
181hp). Pre 2001 turbo diesel models were fitted with Mazda’s
type RF engine, with later models fitted with a turbo diesel
engine (4 cyl. 1.9L 129 hp (96 kW) manufactured by Renault). The only engine for
the 3 door version is an M16A (4 cyl. 1.6L 105hp).



2009 Suzuki Grand Vitara Premium (US)

In the second half of 2008, the Suzuki Grand Vitara was given a
face-lift and two new engines. A 2.4L in-line four is offered
producing 122 kW (166 PS; 164 hp) of power and
225 N·m (166 lb·ft) of torque. The new V6 is only offered
in the flagship prestige model which produces 165 kW
(224 PS; 221 hp) of power and 284 N·m
(209 lb·ft) of torque. Fuel economy has also been improved
with the addition of VVT to both engines and the 1.9L Turbo-Diesel
has also received some mechanic work improving its economy. Safety
has also been improved with more air-bags and traction control
standard on all models. The four mode four-wheel drive system is
also available on all models. It features a lockable central
differential along with low ratio gears.


Production 1999–2005
Assembly Hamamatsu, Japan
Body style(s) 3-door wagon
3-door convertible
5-door SUV
Engine(s) 1.6L 16V I4, 2.0L J20A I4,
2.5L H25A V6, 2.0L
RF/RHZ/RHW Turbodiesel I4
Transmission(s) 5-speed manual
4-speed automatic
Wheelbase 2-Door: 86.6 in (2200 mm)
4-Door: 97.6 in (2479 mm)
Length 2002-05 4-Door: 164.5 in
(4178 mm)
1999-2001 4-Door: 163 in (4140 mm)
Width 2-Door: 67.3 in (1709 mm)
2002-05 4-Door: 70.1 in (1781 mm)
1999-2001: 70 in (1778 mm)
Height 2002-05 4-Door AWD: 67.8 in
(1722 mm)
2002-05 4-Door 2WD: 67.3 in (1709 mm)
2-Door: 66.5 in (1689 mm)
1999-2001 4-Door AWD: 68.5 in (1740 mm)
1999-2001 4-Door 2WD: 68 in (1727 mm)
Fuel capacity 16.9 US gallons (64.0 L;
14.1 imp gal)
Related Suzuki XL-7Suzuki Vitara

The first-generation Grand Vitara was a slightly larger, pricier
and more powerful version of the Suzuki Vitara

It was facelifted in 2002 and again in 2004. A rebadged version
was sold in North America by General Motors as the
Chevrolet Tracker. The Tracker is sold in Latin
America, but Mexico, as Chevrolet Grand Vitara. In Mexico, Grand
Vitara and Tracker are different vehicles, sold by Suzuki and
Chevrolet respectively. In Chile, 5-door Grand Vitara is known as
Grand Nomade.

2002-2003 Suzuki Grand Vitara (North America)

As of 2003, the smaller Suzuki Vitara has been withdrawn from
the North
American market. Sales were slow, with just 4,860 sold in 2004
for the United
States. In Canada, sales
were strong. All North American Vitaras were built at CAMI Automotive
in Ingersoll, Ontario, while the North
American Grand Vitaras were built in Japan, where it is the Suzuki Escudo. The
2006 model has had a structural redesign with a new ladder-boxed
chassis integrated into a unibody construction. In India, it is sold by Suzuki’s Indian subsidiary, Maruti Suzuki.

The 2001 model Suzuki Grand Vitara comes standard as a 2.0 Liter 4WD
vehicle in New
Zealand. The 2005 and onwards Grand Vitara is sold in Ecuador by Chevrolet, yet it still retains its Suzuki

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