An expensive throw away car
Bought a 2006 with less than 180, 000 kms on it, after a month of driving, started making a knocking noise in the motor. Was told it was a timing chain and quoted $3000 to fix it. Got rid of it and bought a 2007 trecker. That's just clocked 80, 000 and now has a big end bearing on the way out. I have owned seven suzuki 4wds, five of them pre 2000, and couldn't fault them. These last two are absolute over priced rubbish.
2006 2.7Lt V6 143KW Trekker Pack Manual has been Excellent! 10 years old now
Purchased new, now at 90,000 km. Clutch replaced at 85,000 for $1300 including parts + white plastic part on a roller off the front of the engine cost $220 including parts which affected the power steering but is all good now.
Engine has been bullet proof, great torque for towing boats or caravan and 4WDing. Very quick off the lights!! Insanely good off-road with very high power to weight ratio and 4L 4H and AWD gearbox.
Seats would be better if they folded flat which is annoying.
Its been a great car. Has been hammered and the shockers all ...
I had GV V6 from brand new for 8 years now ,so far no problem with this car at all. Even we offroad driving a lot .very strong SUV . Now I'm looking for to update it to a diesel engine , but with Suzuki engine don't come with an auto so . I think I have to wait for a while
Very capable off road
No protection for the radiator
Loved the car (2009 Suzuki GV Diesel Trekker)but are now selling because of warranty and Suzuki customer care reasons. I would not recommend diesel model to anyone who actually expects to drive it like a normal car i.e. around town. perfect for just a weekender car and have a second 'run around car' for during the week but seriously why buy two cars when you can buy one that does it all.
Wonderful car to drive beautiful features and awesome pulling power.
We brought a diesel model and where not warned about the "only designed for long distances...
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