Pros: "Great price, love to drive, power of motor"
Cons: "Interior a little plain, gas mileage is so so"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10
"I bought this truck in November and so far I have no complaints. My favorite part about the truck has to be the motor. It has a lot of get up and go. I used to have a Sport Trac and don't quite have all of the interior features I had with that, but am thrilled with the power, it's ease of driving in winter conditions and am looking forward to the large towing capacity this summer."
"I Purchased this truck new in the RMZ-4 trim which included a V-6 and 5 speed automatic. I had to take it on a trip immediatley, so it's just over 3 weeks old and I have 2,200 miles on it. I am suprized at the over all quietness in the cabin, a reflection of the quality build. The overall mileage average was 19 mpg. for the entire trip, which was mostly interstate. The engine has plenty of get-up-and-go. The view from the cabin is perfect, neither to high nor to low. The ride quality was excellent. I would recommend this vehicle before their gone, It's a Nissan Frontier for heavens sake...a wolf in sheeps clothing. Suzuki is offering great incentives, mine was $5000.00 off sticker."
"I bought my Equator as a leftover. The dealer couldn't sell it since it was a stick. I was happy to take it at a nice discount. Since I got it in 2010 I've put over 176,000 on it and I haven't tuned it up yet. Starts fine and runs great. I get anywhere from 22-25 MPG. It's a 2.5 4cyl with 5 speed, 2wd. All I've had to replace besides the usual tires/brakes are the front wheel bearings. Back seats are only good for small kids. Comfortable up front. A/C is ice cold and heat is great in winter. Hauls firewood and whatever else I need just fine. I plan to keep it forever."
Pros: "Drives great, comfy and great for hauling stuff"
Cons: "Only 18-20 mpg and turns a little wide, not tight."
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 9
"I bought my Suzuki Equator King Cab new and have never had a mechanical issue with it in 58,000+ miles. Only 18-20 mpg but runs great! Good looking, a little big on turns. The true source is a Nissan Frontier but Suzuki stepped up some features that make it a better truck."