Suzuki Equator Trucks | Vans


The 2009 Equator is Suzukis' new entry into the small pickup market. Tough, stylish, and comfortable the Equator is a perfect choice for drivers who want style and utility.

A 152-hp 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine and five-speed manual transmission is the powerteam on the Base Extended Cab. All other trims include a 261-hp 4.0-liter V6 engine and five-speed automatic transmission. Available with either rear-wheel or four-wheel drive.

User Reviews (1)

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MARK H   [Jul 10, 2011]

Interior room is good for drivers over 6 foot; roomy rear seat room with underseat and behind seat storage(jack); good carry capacity in bed with bed extender and tie down hooks;4WD performed admirably in 10 plus inches snow;good engine pickup for passing n highway.


Fuel economy less than advertised; rust spots developing on rear tire wells, weatherstripping around driver door is not as durable as expected;wind noise at highway speed is annoying but can be reduced by adjusting windows.

Overall, I am satisfied with my truck purchase. Unfortunately with recent dealer closures, it's not as easy to get waranty issues taken care. I chose interior crew cab space versus a longer bed. Still have room inside for carrying groceries or other packages when I don't have passengers. I give it 4 stars becuae it performs as expected. I didn't expect to worry about rust so soon or the weatherstripping around the door. But I found the truck I liked with a good price; offering value at the time.

Similar Products Used: I previously owned a 1978 Chevy C-10 Custom Deluxe, very bare bone truck at the time, with 8 ft bed and Rear Wheel Drive.
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