2018 Suzuki Equator: Suzuki's Classic Pick-up Truck Entry

Mar 13, 2017 09:20 AM EDT | Ivy Lebanan

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One of the upcoming pick-up trucks is the 2018 Suzuki Equator. It is one of the awaited twists when it comes to changes in a still recognizable design and its engine solution.

The competitors of Suzuki's Equator are large trucks with a modernized design which can also be seen in the first spy shots of the model. Exterior has a vigorous and extensive front end with grille cover in horizontal that matches the car color.

Equator's lights on the front end are just simple. It is formed integrated with the front end design. A large bumper is also visible on the car's image with protection from the hard roads along with round simple fog lights.

As for some other features, there are only minimal changes made including its large cargo which is enough for serious truck drivers and lovers. The look of this vehicle has a finishing touch with large wheels and wider tires.

The 2018 Suzuki Equator is said to be offered and available in different sizes. Whether its Crew Cab or Extended Cab, Truck fans are expecting to see changes from the previous model when there was no enough space for five travelers, even the maker asserted that it would be.

This year's model has a cabin that is now wider and capable of giving better comfort than before with its protection from heavy roads and noises. Aside from its protective parts, comfortable seats come as simple in durable materials and design.

The don't have enough to offer high-end entertainment and infotainment systems, as well as luxurious materials like fabrics. They ensure the quality and performances of their car models. Suzuki fans support is one of the reasons the company is still keeping up in the strong and competitive industry of automobiles.

For the engines, there will be two options. 2018 Suzuki Equator may come with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that is paired with an automatic and manual transmission in five speed. It offers a 158 horsepower with torque in 171 lb-ft. For bigger engine fans, they can have the one in 4.0 liter that runs in 261 of horsepower and 281 lb-ft of torque which is perfect for big car drivers.

 

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