Suzuki X-90

The Suzuki X-90, a two-seat sport utility vehicle (SUV) with notchback, was built by 1996 to 1998. Served as the basis of the Suzuki Vitara, which was sold in the U.S. under the name of Suzuki Sidekick. The X-90 is not a convertible but has a fixed roof with two removable T-tops, similar to a targa top. When the engine Suzuki X-90 is the 97 hp 1.6 - liter four-cylinder engine from the Suzuki Vitara. Suzuki offered the X-90 with all-wheel drive (4WD) or rear-wheel drive at (2WD). As standard, the SUV with a manual five-speed gearbox. The optional 4-speed automatic transmission, which was available until 1997 only for the all-wheel drive version (4x4), was later offered for the rear-wheel drive. In Germany there was the Suzuki X-90 also as a limited edition model Phillipe Cousteaux, which includes support for wide tires, Metallic paint, bull bar and running boards.