Suzuki Aftermarket Grilles

suzuki grilleSuzuki Custom Grille
Some auto companies can't get any good media coverage, but for Suzuki, the trick is in getting any coverage at all. Well known for building hot two-wheeled machines like the Suzuki GSX-R and Suzuki Boulevard motorcycles, relatively few car shoppers realize that there's another Japanese brand to consider, one with increasingly competitive products backed by a long warranty. That fully-transferable coverage spans seven years or 100,000 miles, and is offered on all Suzuki Grilles cars, trucks and SUVs.

Suzuki has been in existence for about 100 years, but has only been selling cars in the U.S. since the mid 1980s. American consumers were first introduced to Suzuki-built automobiles thanks to GM, which imported the company's small cars and sold them under the Geo and Chevrolet badges.

The first model made available with the company's own badge was the Suzuki Samurai, a little SUV that lacked creature comforts but continues to impress with its off road abilities, despite being discontinued years ago. Other early models included the Suzuki Swift (also sold as the Geo Metro), the Suzuki Sidekick small SUV that arrived in the late 1980s, and the Suzuki Esteem sedan and wagon.

As time went on, the brand's lineup was upgraded with the quirky two-door Suzuki X-90, and a new model known as the Suzuki Vitara that replaced the Sidekick. A fancier version dubbed the Suzuki Grand Vitara also became available. What we know today as the Suzuki XL7 started out in the early 2000s as the Grand Vitara XL-7. That was followed by the Suzuki Aerio, which like the Esteem, was available in sedan and wagon variants, but was made distinct by its all-wheel-drive option. The larger Suzuki Forenza (not to be confused with the Oldsmobile Forenza) was a rebadged Daewoo brought to the company through its relationship with GM, a relationship that also resulted in models like the Suzuki Verona and Suzuki Reno. Then again, perhaps you're already an owner of a Suzuki motorcycle or ATV, and you want a rig that will occasionally haul your toy. With needs such as these in mind, Suzuki paired up with Nissan and rebadged that company's Frontier pickup, calling it the Suzuki Equator.

Suzuki Custom Billet Grilles Gallery

Suzuki Grand Vitara Mesh GrilleSuzuki Grand Vitara Mesh Grille
Suzuki Equator Custom Billet GrilleSuzuki Equator Custom Billet Grille