The Suzuki Japanese based carmaker has plans of pulling over the Grand Vitara model, with some recent reports to confirm the news.
We are talking about some recent reports released by Car Advice, which has been interviewed Toshihiro Suzuki, the vice president at Suzuki.
Toshihiro stated that the future of the Suzuki Grand Vitara is uncertain, with the model surely not getting a successor.
The Suzuki Grand Vitara has been into the production line since 2005, with the model to carry a facelift in 2012, while the current third generation is built in Japan, Indonesia, Iran, Spain and Ecuador.
The Suzuki Grand Vitara is offered in two bodies, a three- and a five-door body style, while under the hood, the model is coming with five petrol engines and just one diesel burner, hooked to a 5-speed manual, a 4-speed automatic or a 5-speed automatic transmission.