Suzuki released photos and details on the facelift version of Grand Vitara, a model known as Escudo in the home market, Japan.
The new Grand Vitara receives few exterior improvements such as a revised front grille and bumper, new tinted lights, black trim, a new set of alloy wheels and a repositioned spare wheel.
Under the bonnet, the new Suzuki Grand Vitara gets a 2.4-liter unit capable to deliver 164 horsepower and 225Nm of torque.
The all-wheel drive system is optional while Suzuki offers the model with a standard five-speed manual transmission with an optional four-speed automatic one on the list.
At the interior, Suzuki operated no major modifications but you can expect higher quality materials and new trim.
The company plans to offer a new special edition called X-Adventure which brings new spoilers, alloy wheels, steering wheel and upholstery.
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