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Old February 8th, 2010, 08:19 PM   #1
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Been looking for a Suzuki XL-7 in SE Michigan, help! 2001-2003

I found one on Craigslist. I find it hard to believe that these things are this rare!

I just want to find one on a lot or something I can measure. I need to fit 3 car seats side by side in the rear, can't in our XJ. If someone on here has one, can you grab a tape measure and measure narrowest part of the rear seating area?

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Old February 9th, 2010, 07:39 PM   #2
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it will be the same width as a 4dr a believe. So look for a Grand Vitara or Tracker

My Guess is you should get a minivan
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Old February 10th, 2010, 08:37 AM   #3
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Same width as a 4 door.... but is has a 3rd row of seating... I highly doubt the back seat is any wider than a cherokee. I can measure the width between doors/arm restes in the back seat if you want....
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53.1" vs 48.4"..... Cherokee being nearly 5" narrower back there.

I just don't trust what they "say" they are, I need real world.

51.2" is what it says for a Tracker....

I only need 2" more and I could shut the door on the Cherokee. If I don't use the base for the smallest car seat, they fit, but instead of just dropping it into the base, I would have to weave a belt in every time.
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50.75" in my 2000 4 door tracker.
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Thnx! Seems pretty close.
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i can check a 02 xl7 in a few minutes
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