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The 2009 Suzuki XL7 is a midsize crossover SUV available in three versions: Luxury, Luxury and Limited.

The Suzuki Splash is a large improvement over its spiritual predecessor, the Suzuki Wagon-r. That had square and boxy looks, while the Suzuki Splash has a more fluid shape. It's based on the Suzuki Swift supermini, but it's significantly taller. There is around 30mm more headroom in the Suzuki Splash, giving it an airy feel.

The 2011 Suzuki Kizashi is one of the best midsize sedans on the sphere, but a limited dealer network has kept it out of the spotlight. Suzuki Kizashi Sedan offers the following pros: European-style interior; inspired handling; responsive continuously variable transmission (CVT); available all-wheel drive; great value.

The Suzuki Alto is the result of a joint project with Nissan that also spawned the Nissan Pixo, and while the Suzuki's bubbly headlamps are cuter, there's nothing particularly interesting about the layout. Black plastic wing mirrors are traditional on all but top specification SZ4 vehicles.

While the 2011 Suzuki SX4 still remains a good value, a number of newer and more enticing compact sedan and hatchback rivals make it harder to recommend. Suzuki SX4 Hatchback offers the following pros: Hatchback model's low-cost AWD system; generous trunk capacity; long powertrain warranty; navigator traditional on higher versions.

Suzuki Jimny - a true vehicle for rough terrain. Sturdy frame step type is a solid foundation for serious off-road performance. Her tough three-section structure provides resistance movement and settlement of strikes on the road. In conjunction with eight fastening body pillow, smooth engine running and well-designed sound insulation, rigid frame makes Suzuki Dzhimni as quiet as a family sedan.

Put a photograph of the 2010 Suzuki Swift next to the vehicle it succeeds and you’ll wonder what makes it new. However, in real life it looks much fresher and stands up to comparison with its competitors. The big lights and curvy lines set it apart. The doors distinctively cut into the roof, which appears to have been influenced by the shape of the Mini’s.

Though it's outclassed in many areas, the 2011 Suzuki Grand Vitara still introduces a potentially worthwhile alternative to other compact Suvs, especially if you're on a tight budget. Suzuki Grand Vitara SUV offers the following pros: Extensive traditional features list; lengthy powertrain warranty; big trunk capacity.