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The Suzuki XL7 (earlier known as XL-7, with a hyphen) was a compact crossover utility vehicle sold from 1998 through 2009 by Suzuki before its 2012 withdrawal from the North American market. The more recent XL7, sold from 2007 through 2009, was built on underpinnings shared with the Chevrolet Equinox (and its twin the Pontiac Torrent), along with the first-generation Saturn Vue. Unlike those vehicles, though, the XL7 offered an optional third-row seat in a slightly longer vehicle. Built on the same Canadian assembly line as the Chevrolet and Pontiac, the XL7 design included a wide grille with chrome slats and trapezoidal shapes for the headlamps.

Only one engine and transmission were offered in the 2007-2009 Suzuki XL7, a 252-horsepower 3.6-liter V-6. For 2007 and 208, it was paired with a five-speed automatic transmission, but for 2009, that was replaced with GM's new six-speed automatic--raising EPA combined gas mileage for the front-wheel drive version only from 18 to 19 miles per gallon. Front-wheel drive was standard, with all-wheel drive an optional feature.

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