The Suzuki Equator differs from the Frontier principally in that certain options become standard equipment on the Equator, so it might be better set up for the kind of adventurous outdoor enthusiast customer that already enjoys Suzuki motorcycles, marine engines, or ATVs. These include enhanced safety equipment as standard, a unique GPS system, and their own warranty, a 100,000-mile, seven-year zero-deductible powertrain warranty that is fully transferable.
Suzuki sold more than 3 million motorcycles and ATVs in 2007, and most of those owners require a pickup truck to enjoy transport those products. The Equator is one of the few mid-size pickups available in Crew Cab/long-bed configuration. That's a good setup when hauling a lot of recreational gear and some friends.
Inside, the Suzuki Equator is easy to operate. It comes with cloth upholstery and is designed as a functional workhorse. Leather and luxury trim is not available. We found the seats comfortable during a full day of driving.
The 2009 Suzuki Equator is available in 2 versions:
Extended Cab and Crew Cab.
The JB car pages provide engine and transmission specs, as well as gas mileage and dimensions for all of these versions. In addition, please find information on the various trims of the 2009 Suzuki Equator and their standard equipment and their prices below.