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Suzuki Sidekick
The Sidekick was a small offroad car sold by Suzuki from 1989 until 2003. In markets outside the United States, the Sidekick was called the Escudo or the Vitara. This car was also sold as the Chevrolet and Geo Tracker.
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The first generation Suzuki Sidekick was sold from 1989 until 1998. The original body types were a 2 door convertible and 2 door hardtop. The base trim was the JA, which was a 2 wheel drive car with a 1.3 liter engine, and the JX and JLX, which were both 4 wheel drive versions with a 1.6 liter engine. All engine options were I4 4 cylinders. Transmission options included a 3 speed automatic and 5 speed manual, with a 4 speed automatic sold in later years.

The second generation Suzuki Sidekick was sold from 1999 until 2003. The two engine options remained 4 cylinders, with the transmission options including a 4 speed automatic and 5 speed manual. A 4 door hardtop model was added for the first time. It's important to note that these cars were sold as the Vitara in the United States starting in 1999.

The Sidekick has been raced in the Pikes Peak Hill Climb. This modified version of the Sidekick is featured in the Gran Turismo video games. It is easily recognizable with its huge spoiler both in the rear and in the front.

There are a few places to look for a used Suzuki Sidekick. First, I'd go to eBay. There are usually several listings for the Sidekick, and many more auctions for parts. There is also a chance you might find one on your local Craigslist or in the classifieds.

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