The Suzuki Samurai is known for offering real off-road ability in a
compact package. And with one look at this example, you can
instantly see they made plenty of investment to enhance that 4x4
attitude, including recently rebuilding the motor. Yet, it still
retains the value price that made them so popular.
This one is ready for all your adventures. You instantly see that
with the extra-tall stance. Plus, this shows it can get out of just
about any trouble with the Smittybilt 9500 winch mounted in the
steel brush guard. And there are even provisions for an LED light
bar if you want to always see your way forward. The rear has more
upgraded lighting in the custom bumper, drop-down tailgate, and a
proper trailer hitch. There is some style within this substance as
the new black top goes with the black wheels, fender flares, and
body accents. Plus, the custom laser-cut grille and clear
headlights put a nice face forward. But nothing looks too good so
that you will have a second thought about being the first to attack
everything from loose rocks to a mud hole.
The interior makes function a priority. The floor and sides a
covered in protective liner paint, and the stereo is even
waterproof. So this is the kind of vehicle that can stay out in
nature and get cleaned with a garden hose. The Tanaka four-point
harnesses keep you planted in the upgraded front bucket seats, and
these belts mount to the custom roll cage. Plus, you have a grippy
Grant GT steering wheel, dash-mounted tach, and sturdy stick shift
to give you all the best in control.
The 1.3-liter motor is the proper powerplant for this little 4x4.
These are known to be hardy engines, and this one was rebuilt less
than 200 miles ago. It was made for added punch with upgrades like
the Harley Davidson carb kit and long tube header. It's also
supported by the right pieces, like an aluminum radiator and Accel
Super Stack coil. It fires up eagerly like it's ready to attack a
hill. The rebuilt transfer case means the four-wheel drive engages
nicely, and the lifted suspension on Pro Comp 7000 shocks has the
has strong chromoly axles front and rear. And those TSL Super
Swamper tires have a nice and deep tread. Plus, the five-speed
manual transmission has a new clutch for confident control, and
power brakes w/discs up front make firm stopping power.
This is more than just off-roading on a budget. You have the
upgrades, investments, wheelbase, and clearance to lead the pack.
That's why you love this Samurai. Call today!!!