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2004 Suzuki XL-7 REVIEW logo 4/5/2017

Con: Cramped second- and third-row seating, dated cabin design, low-grade interior plastics, side airbags not available.

Pro: Affordable base price, competent on- and off-road handling, available seven-passenger seating.

Edmunds Say: By offering a third-row seat in a compact SUV, Suzuki answers a question not many people are asking.

What’s New: The XL-7 receives minor updates to the exterior and equipment list. The Touring and Limited models have been renamed EX III and LX III. The front grille and bumper have been reworked, and the foglights, taillights and headlights all have a new look. The front-passenger airbags are now multistage, and there's a new panic button on the keyless remote. Lastly, the V6 engine gets two additional horsepower for a total of 185, and the automatic transmission is now a five-speed unit.


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