2008 Suzuki XL7
150,149 Miles
$4,500

Long Island City, NY
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2009 Suzuki XL7
110,401 Miles
$5,601

Bohemia, NY
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2008 Suzuki XL7
91,931 Miles
$6,995

Red Oak, IA
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2004 Suzuki XL7
42,272 Miles
$7,990

Selden, NY
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2008 Suzuki XL7
72,201 Miles
$7,750

Milford, CT
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2008 Suzuki XL7
47,437 Miles
$9,988

Salinas, CA
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2003 Suzuki XL7
88,772 Miles
$4,988

Louisville, KY
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2008 Suzuki XL7
122,232 Miles
$5,912

New Bedford, MA
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2008 Suzuki XL7
70,997 Miles
$10,900

Vicksburg, MI
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2006 Suzuki XL7
115,648 Miles
$5,000

Yankton, SD
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2003 Suzuki XL7
117,614 Miles
$4,495

Tallmadge, OH
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2008 Suzuki XL7
162,567 Miles
$3,910

St. Cloud, MN
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2006 Suzuki XL7
124,177 Miles
$2,887

Hastings, MN
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2008 Suzuki XL7
135,120 Miles
$5,998

Colorado Springs, CO
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2008 Suzuki XL7
101,001 Miles
$8,752

Spokane, WA
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2007 Suzuki XL7
114,688 Miles
$5,495

Cortland, OH
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2004 Suzuki XL7
117,813 Miles
$4,999

Gf, ND
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2005 Suzuki XL7
107,661 Miles
$3,150

Naples, FL
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2002 Suzuki XL7
187,085 Miles
$3,982

Springfield, MO
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2008 Suzuki XL7
53,317 Miles
$10,393

Cedar Falls, IA
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Suzuki XL7 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.0
7 Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
4.1
Performance
3.7
Style
3.6
Comfort
3.9
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.1

Suzuki XL7 Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2004 Suzuki XL7 - Excellent utility vehicle for snowy conditions

Harry
Anchorage, Alaska
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
5.0
I first got my Suzuki xL7 in 2011 and the price was excellent. The main feature that I love about the vehicle is its outstanding 4 wheel drive. As an Alaskan resident, this feature saved me from being stranded in the snow multiple times. Another feature that is excellent is the lift. Being up and above other cars around me (even though it's a small SUV) is great for staying safe and avoiding accidents. I can see everything. The seats are comfortable and you can fit an army of passengers in the vehicle. All in all, the vehicle only gives me one real complaint: fuel economy. I think Suzuki could have done a lot better for gas mileage, considering how small the SUV's frame is. 24 Mpg is pretty awful, especially for an import. Other than that, I would recommend the car to anyone.
Story
Absolutely the most fun was when we had gently slid off the road in Alaska and get buried in the snow. After the initial shock and realizing we were alright, I discovered that we were indeed stuck. Putting the vehicle into 4 wheel drive added an insane amount of power and grip. We got out easily, and were laughing the whole way home.
Pros
My favorite feature is by far the 4 wheel drive. Cruise control and cd player come in a distant second and third. I bought a bare bones model, so there aren't too many bells and whistles. What I did get was reliability, and a smooth ride.
Cons
The top negative is a pretty poor fuel economy. The thing eats gas faster than it should.

2007 Suzuki XL7 - Great cheap model for expanding families.

XL7 Owner
Society Hill, New Jersey
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
Our Suzuki is a previously water damaged vehicle with power locks and doors. A sunroof is included and rear third seat as well. I like that I can mostly comfortably fit my family of 5 inside without having to purchase a larger vehicle. The third seat room is the largest seemingly in its class on the market. The option of controlling temperature for the rear of the car is nice. I like that the car is mostly good on gasoline on the highway and includes an aux cable ability to connect to my smartphone for play. I like that the car includes latch for car seats and cruise control for long rides in the family car. I like that the Suzuki also has a rear window defrost and wiper feature. I dislike the alarm of the car and also the display on the dashboard. It looks a bit dated and while includ... (more)
Story
I remember when we looked like a clown car when we went to open houses because we fit a total of 7 people (adults and 3 children in seats) in what looks like a midsize SUV.
Pros
Car seems to have a high rollover threshold. Car can fit 7 people mostly comfortably. The car is mostly good on gasoline on the highway requiring average fill ups in compared to a small car.
Cons
Third row is a bit small and requires some smart maneuvering when placing small children in their safety seats relating to directionality. The car does not offer Bluetooth capability or many other now standard features.

2004 Suzuki XL7 - Best family car.

Eric
Eugene, Oregon
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
The Suzuki XL7 is a luxury SUV in disguise. The windows are very wide and long making you feel like your in a Landover. The available third-row seating accommodates your kids and their friends. The ability to switch from front-wheel drive to four-wheel drive while driving is the most amazing feature. It's heavy and steel which makes it feel safe and doesn't slide around in the ice and snow yet gets the gas mileage of a sedan. You don't feel like a dad driving a van full of kids. You can show it off and sport it around like your new SUV with the functions of a van.
Story
We took our Suzuki out in the snow a few times to mud around. The four-wheel drive stable weight distribution and traction are amazing.
Pros
The best components of this vehicle include the third-row seating, four-wheel drive, sun roof, and storage. The third-row seating, like mentioned before, makes it an option to drive your kids and their friends where ever. The four-wheel drive can be turned on while driving making everything extra safe, and the storage is amazing. There is actually a hidden car tool area in the back of the car.
Cons
The only issues I have with a Suzuki xl7 is since Suzuki doesn't builds cars any longer, and it is a freight-made car. It is difficult to fix things on it yourself.

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