Suzuki Grand Vitara XL-7 HT 2.7i V6 24V 4WD 172hp

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Suzuki Grand Vitara XL-7 HT 2.7i V6 24V 4WD 172hp review

The new extension of the SUV Suzuki, Grand Vitara Xl-7 on a long platform of Grand Vitara, compared with the famous model of the Grand Vitara XL-7 has increased wheelbase, which provide a place for two additional seats, the third number, and if they get a folding cargo compartment. Just change the look of the front part of the body. More specs and user manual for Suzuki Vitara Xl-7 you can see in next overview.

Suzuki Grand Vitara XL-7 HT 2.7i V6 24V 4WD 172hp

Suzuki Grand Vitara XL-7 HT 2.7i V6 24V 4WD 172hp specifications

General information
Body type: cross
Doors: 5
Seats: 5
Curb weight 1715 kg.
Total weight of 2230 kg.
The volume of the luggage min/max 187 l/L 2067.

Engine and transmission
Displacement: 2737ccm
Power: 172hp @ 5500rpm
Maximum torque: 241 Nm @ 4000 rpm
Nutrition Distributed injection
Location Front, longitudinally
Gas mechanism DOHC
Location of cylinder V-type / 6
Bore x stroke 88 mm x 75 mm
4 valves per cylinder
Compression ratio 9.4

Chassis and dimensions
Length 4665 mm
Width 1780 mm
Height 1727 mm
Wheelbase 2800 mm
Track front/rear: 1500mm/1500mm
Ground clearance 180mm

Suspension
Front Cross-lever
Rear helical spring
Tire size 235/60 R16
Type of Gear-rack
The minimum diameter of 9.9meters turn
Power Amplifier

Transmission type
Full Drive plug
Number of transfers (mech. box) 5
Number of transfers (automatic. box) 4
Ratio main couples no data
Front ventilated disc
Rear Drum
ABS

FUEL CONSUMPTION
Urban cycle liter. 100 km. 13.8 liters. (15.6 liters).
Country cycle liter. 100 km. 9.1 liters. (9.9 liters).
Fuel tank capacity 64 liters.

DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE
The maximum speed of 170 km/h (175 km/h)
Acceleration time from their seats up to 100 km/h in 10.5s

Suzuki Grand Vitara XL-7 HT 2.7i V6 24V 4WD 172hp
Suzuki Grand Vitara XL-7 HT 2.7i V6 24V 4WD 172hp

 
 
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