2010 Suzuki Equator Values

Select a 2010 Suzuki Equator trim level

2010 model year changes

Since the Equator was a brand-new model for 2009, very little has changed for 2010.

Competitive comparison

Cab and engine size options make it configurable; affordable full-sized truck; available 4-wheel drive

Special features for 2010

The Equator is closely related to the Nissan Frontier, with a few interior differences and a redesigned face. The base-level extended cab model begins well under $20,000, while the top-of-the-line crew cab goes just over $30,000. There's a lot of variation between those two price points, with a configuration for almost every budget and need, including 4-wheel drive, two bed sizes (five or six feet) and two engine choices -- 4-cylinder or V6.


Equator-4 Cyl

Extended Cab 2WD
Introduced in 2009 and as Suzuki's first pickup truck entry, the 2010 Suzuki Equator continues with its ladder-frame construction, long warranty and rugged capability. The Tennessee-built Equator is based on the Nissan Frontier compact pickup, updated with Suzuki styling queues. Available in extended cab or crew cab trims, rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive, the Equator can be had with a 2.5-liter 152 hp I-4 or 4.0-liter 261 hp V-6 linked to a 5-speed manual or automatic. The Equator can also tow up to 6500 lbs while achieving up to 19/23 mpg city/hwy depending on configuration. With a 7 year, 100,000 mile power train warranty and an innovative cargo tie down system, the Equator is the perfect truck for hauling Suzuki ATVs, dirt bikes or outboard boat to weekend fun.