Every once in a while we get pleasantly surprised by a car or a manufacturer because they bring out something that you never thought they were capable of.
In the case of this new SUV, this couldn't be more true.
These guys keep executing on all levels and bringing really well done products to market. Watch out for them in 2007.
For its XL7, Suzuki lengthened the body (but not the wheelbase) of the midsize crossover utility vehicles some 9 inches so that a third-row seat fits inside. It also improved pretty much everything else about the vehicles that, sold under their GM nameplates, feel crude. For Suzuki being a bit player in the U.S. car market, such pleasing results are unexpected.