Posted by Mike Levine | April 30, 2010
Customers who buy a 2010 Suzuki Equator between May 1 and Aug. 31 will be eligible for the automaker’s “Free Gas for Summer” promotion. Buyers will get a stored-value debit card with which to buy gas.
Posted by Mike Levine | April 5, 2010
Remember the recall notice for the 2010 Nissan Frontier that we told you about last week? It applies to the 2010 Suzuki Equator pickup truck as well.
Posted by Mike Levine | January 29, 2010
The National Automobile Dealers Association is calling on dealers around the country to answer former President Bill Clinton's urgent request for 100 donated pickup trucks to help deliver supplies in Haiti.
Posted by Mike Levine | January 24, 2010
It’s no secret that small pickup trucks have lost their popularity over the last decade, but that doesn’t mean they still aren’t important to auto makers. Or are they?
Posted by Mike Levine | December 21, 2009
We're wrapping up our Texas to California road trip odyssey in a Suzuki Equator but not before we stop for a final night of camping near the shores of the Salton Sea. Spectacular!
Posted by Mike Levine | December 18, 2009
This was by far the longest day of the trip, and the Suzuki seems to be handling it all just fine. I, on the other hand, am not doing so well. My back and shoulders are aching.
Posted by Mike Levine | December 17, 2009
Holy cow! This is my third day of driving the Suzuki Equator and I’m still in Texas. Thankfully, I'm headed to Big Bend National Park to try some driving off the highway.
Posted by Mike Levine | December 16, 2009
Our 1,500 mile road trip from Texas to California continues as Mark Williams stops by Hot Rod Jim's chassis shop to check out a SEMA project truck and to help a stranded motorist.
Posted by Mike Levine | December 15, 2009
Day 2: There’s nothing sadder on this planet than a salvage yard full of lost treasure. Texas is riddled with amazing pick-your-part lots chock full of rusted-out jalopies and trucks.
Posted by Mike Levine | December 13, 2009
Mark Williams is road tripping 1,500 miles through the heart of the American Southwest in a custom Suzuki Equator. Follow Mark's driving adventure as he blogs from the highway.