Suzuki Equator Models and Equator History

Introduced in 2009, the Equator by Suzuki was a brand new pickup truck that was based on the Frontier by Nissan, offering two cab choices and either a four or six-cylinder engine. All V6 models got stability control as a standard feature for 2010. But in 2011, the V6 engine was discontinued in the extended cab, and a few other trim levels were modified or discontinued. The only major change for 2012 was stability control being added as a standard feature across all trim levels.

New and Used Equator Prices, Suzuki Equator Model Years and History

The 2012 Suzuki Equator is a mid-size pickup truck that comes in a four-door Crew Cab or two-door Extended Cab trim levels.
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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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As Suzuki's compact pickup, the 2010 Suzuki Equator offers excellent versatility, capability and towing capacity for drivers with active outdoor lifestyles.
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Brand-new this year, the 2009 Suzuki Equator is a midsize pickup truck that comes in a variety of body styles, bed lengths and powertrain configurations.
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