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Suzuki XL-7, SUV
#1 of 30 Suzuki XL-7: Prices Paid & Buying Experience
Sep 20, 2004 (3:59 am)
ENter your experiences here!
#2 of 30 suzuki xl-7
Sep 19, 2004 (7:10 pm)
I also test drove sorento and must admit it wasnt to bad,but it just doesent compare to the suzuki xl-7.Here is what you get with afully loaded suzuki that you wont get with a kia,third row seating,a car that is fully made in and assembled in japan, a five speed automatic transmission,much better gas milage especially on the highway plus any other options that kia may offer. NOW FOR THE KICKER a fully loaded suzuki (in the upstate new york area)is 22,800 before taxs.OH YEAH AND ITS ACTUALY A MUCH SMOOTHER DRIVING VICHLE.With this said im not actually a suzuki employee.
#3 of 30 I Didn't Plan On Buying It, But...
Jul 29, 2005 (7:48 pm)
My wife received a promotional letter from the local Suzuki dealer with a key. If that key started a new XL-7 in the showroom the lucky winner would get free use of it for one year. Second prize was $3000 down payment assistance. At the time I was driving a 2003 Chrysler PT Cruiser on which my warranty had just expired and my brakes just failed. I limped the PT down to the dealer and although the key we received didn't fit we did win second prize. I was offered a very generous trade allowance for my PT against a fully loaded 2004 XL-7 LX 4X4 in Cosmic Blue, and the monthly payment was LESS than my PT. I received further discounts from the dealer for the Suzy being a leftover '04 and for the spare tire cover, which the lot boy cracked when he backed the car into a pole. The book value on my trade-in was about what I owed on it, so with the down payment assistance I ended up financing $17K. Overall I've been very happy with my XL-7. The mileage really sucked when I first started driving it but it's getting better. It's a much more comfortable truck to drive than my wife's Jeep Liberty. 13,000 miles later it's still working fine except for a glitch with the CD player.
Aug 02, 2006 (8:31 am)
I bought mine in 04 a factory program car 4x4 and it has been very good for 46000 miles so far. the buying experience was quite good as it was the second car i bought from Diamond Suzuki in florida. The service manager there treats people right with no hassels. The cars only problems were the rear window washer and a premiture failer of the entry key. not bad for a car that i paid 16,900 for less than a year old.
#5 of 30 Brand New 2007 XL-7 $4000 below MSRP
Jan 23, 2007 (12:11 am)
Just got a quote for $4k below MSRP on any 07 XL-7 Limited
#6 of 30 $4k below MSRP?
Jan 24, 2007 (8:23 am)
Sounds like a very good deal. I got mine last Dec for about $3K below MSRP + TTL (no other fees). Our local dealer has no hassle price. But seems they raised price for Limited.
#7 of 30 THE FITZWAY WORKS FOR ME
Jan 25, 2007 (5:20 pm)
I JUST GOT ON HERE, A FRIEND OF MINE GOT ME ON THIS TO SHOP FOR A CAR. I LIVE IN GETTYSBURG PA AND LIKE TO HAVE A FEW CARS. WELL I READ ALOT ABOUT THE FITZGERALD AUTOMALL. WOW THERE IS ONE 3O MILES FROM ME. I CONTACTED THEM ON THERE WEB PAGE AND SOME ONE FROM THERE RT.85 SUPERSTORE I THINK IS WHAT IT IS CALLED. THEY WERE RIGHT ON IT CALLING ME BACK. THEY BOUGHT ME IN AND ABOUT 2HRS LATER I NOW OWN A NEW XL7. THANK YOU FOR TURING ME ON IT FITZGERLADS.. THANKS. JUST GOOGLE FITZGERALD AUTOMALL
Jan 27, 2007 (6:05 pm)
They selling the new 07 XL around here for $19995 plus tax ..
#9 of 30 Re: THE FITZWAY WORKS FOR ME [knightrider3]
Jan 30, 2007 (2:50 pm)
Congratulations on your new XL-7! What did you buy it for? What was the MSRP?
#10 of 30 Lease question
Feb 09, 2007 (12:55 pm)
I did not see a seperate Lease Questions section for the XL-7, so I'm requesting it here.
A couple dealers here in the Chicago area said that Suzuki Financial is offering a "balloon" lease on 2007 XL-7. The way it was explained to me seemed very much like the old GM SmartBuy program.
Could anyone please provide any insight on this program?