Used 2011 Suzuki Values

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(Model years 2013 - 1986 including exotics and classic cars)
A mid-size pickup truck, the 2011 Equator is an affordable and practical pickup truck ready for any job, big or small.
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A mid-size SUV, the 2011 Grand Vitara is a practical off-road capable vehicle that doesn't break the bank.
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A mid-size sports sedan, the 2011 Kizashi is a practical sedan that provides performance at an unbeatable price.
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A versatile compact car, the 2011 Suzuki SX4 combines various trims with affordable pricing, making this compact car a real bargain.
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Consisting of two cars, a compact sport utility crossover and a mid-sized truck, the 2011 Suzuki brand lineup combines affordable pricing with impressive standard equipment. Entering its second year of production for 2011, the Suzuki Kizashi features the addition of a Sport model incorporating more dynamic bodywork, chrome mesh grille and 18-inch alloy wheels. For 2011, the Suzuki SX4 sedan version is offered with a LE Anniversary Edition model. The SX4 LE Anniversary Edition is fitted with standard 17-inch wheels and remote keyless entry. The 230-horsepower V-6 engine is no longer available on the Suzuki Grand Vitara for 2011 leaving the 2.4-liter four-cylinder powerplant as the only propulsion for the small sport utility vehicle.