Used 2011 Suzuki Equator Crew Cab Truck Trims & Features

Trims & Features of the 2011 Suzuki Equator Crew Cab Truck

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The Suzuki Equator Crew Club Truck comes with a fairly standard exterior as befits its working image. Upholstery is cloth, headrests are fixed, the steering wheel is made of tough and inflexible urethane, there are fixed headrests, with the truck sitting on15x7 styled steel wheels with P235/75R15 General Grabber tires. There is plenty room for upgrades in the Equator Crew Club Truck and Suzuki offer a few, ranging from the simple , such as air conditioning, a AM/FM/CD radio player, , and metallic paint to the exotic, meaning remote keyless entry, cruise control, power windows and door locks, and 16x7 steel wheels on P265/70R16 BFG tires.

The next stage up with the Suzuki Equator Crew Club Truck is their RMZ-4 upgrade that comes with the following goodies: a leather-bound steering wheel, height-adjustable driver's seat with lumbar support, Bluetooth phone connectivity and GPS navigation.

Safety is, as ever, an issue with Suzuki, and their Equator Crew Club Truck is no exception, coming with six airbags as standard: two for the driver and front seat passenger, two front side curtain airbags, as well as two rear side.

The sophistacted system for the four-wheel-drive in this vehicle contains a 3-dial positioning function: 4-Lo, 4WD and 2WD, all of which can be simply operated in three modes, through a switch mounted on the console. When in two wheel drive, the Equator comes into its own on dry and level surfaces providing maximum fuel economy and a very smooth ride. When switched to 4 Wheel Drive (4WD) the changes made in the distribution ratio of drive power to the rear wheels will make for increased traction in slightly challenging conditions for the Equator Crew Can Truck. The third and final option, 4-Lo is only used to aid traction in off road or conditions such as ice, mud and snow.

For the reviewer it might be difficult to come up with any serious complaints about the Suzuki Equator Crew Club Truck. After all it was obviously visualized, designed and produced to be a no-nonsense work horse that would perform well in most conditions. And that's what, according to all reviews, the Suzuki Equator appears to do. Since its launch it has been in steady and constant demand in its sector, offering very competitive value.

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