The Equator is offered in several different trims, including base, Comfort, Premium, Sport, RMZ-4, and RMZ-4 Sport.
The RMZ-4 Sport is the standout of the line, including the bed extender, a moonroof, a Rockford-Fosgate sound system, Bluetooth, Hill Descent Control, and Hill Hold Control.
Base-model 2010 Equator models don't come with much. ConsumerGuide finds that they have "cloth upholstery, front bucket seats, [and a] fold-flat passenger seat," though you'll have to spring for the Comfort trim if you want standard "air conditioning [and] AM/FM/CD player."
The 2010 Suzuki Equator also has one bonus: It can accept all the aftermarket accessories already designed for the Equator. Among those optional features, Cars.com reports that 2009 Suzuki Equator owners can choose from "a full range of accessories and options best suited to bike, ATV and/or motorboat owners." Car and Driver reviewers also praise "the availability of a long list of custom accessories right at launch."
The Equator continues to offer a more portable navigation system that fits its target owners' lifestyles. Cars.com cites "a unique touch-screen GPS navigation system, called Suzuki TRIP, that can be removed from the vehicle and taken on a boat or to a campsite."
Suzuki also has one of the best warranties, good for 100,000 miles or seven years and fully transferable, for the powertrain. Autoblog points out that it "is superior to the Nissan's five-year/60,000-mile coverage."