Suzuki dropped Grand
from the vehicle’s nameplate when it unveiled the fourth generation of the Vitara back in 2015. The company was aiming for a more urban, pavement-centric aesthetic, as opposed to the more rugged feel that the Grand Vitara
traded on for years. The Vitara sports a more sleek, subcompact crossover body, as opposed to the boxy, truck-like build of the previous generations of Grand Vitaras.
So, other than getting a new Vitara shipped from overseas, your best bet might be to haul your old Grand Vitara out of the ditch to see if it’s fixable—or just get a new SUV.
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