Suzuki Blizzard Grand Vitara Debuts at 2007 Utah International Auto Expo

blizzard grand vitara

American Suzuki Motor Corporation (ASMC) is debuting the Blizzard Grand Vitara at the 2007 Utah International Auto Expo along with its full-line of cars and SUVs, including the all-new XL7 midsize crossover SUV and bold and functional SX4 compact X-over (crossover).

Designed for snow sport enthusiasts, the Blizzard embodies Suzuki’s “Way of Life” brand philosophy — products for consumers’ active lifestyles.

Blizzard Grand Vitara
The Blizzard Grand Vitara was created as part of the 2007 “Suzuki LIVE Series” — a sequence of brand-dedicated concept vehicles specially designed for life enthusiasts, adventurers and thrill-seekers. Designed to fulfill the needs of people with active lifestyles focused on snow sports, the Blizzard Grand Vitara features:

* 2.7-liter turbo charged Suzuki engine
* Custom rack system with backlit board mounts
* Roof rack camera for snow equipment
* Studded snow tires (on vehicle or spare)
* Lot lift (rear gate, chair lift style seat for taking gear on and off)
* Built-in glove and boot warmers
* Internet access to check snow conditions
* Interior color/materials scheme from snowboard equipment
* Ventilated wet gear storage (located in back cargo area)
* Dockable iPod(TM) station in rear area
* In-car video and gaming system

2007 Suzuki Grand Vitara
First introduced as a 2007 model, the Grand Vitara has garnered much media and consumer praise and has won numerous awards, including a “Best Buy” from Consumer Guide. The 2007 Grand Vitara features a standard 185-horsepower, 2.7-liter, V6, 24-valve DOHC engine, a sophisticated available Four-Mode full-time four-wheel-drive system, tough unibody construction enhanced with a built-in ladder frame and an extensive list of interior amenities and standard safety features.

The Grand Vitara comes in three trim levels: Base, XSport and Luxury. The standard five-speed manual transmission and two-wheel drive starts at an MSRP of $19,379. The Grand Vitara with Luxury Package and Four-Mode full-time four-wheel-drive system drives tops out at $23,399.

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