In March 2002, Suzuki introduced a new, four-door, front-wheel-drive sport sedan named the Aerio and a related crossover SX hatchback. Both cars display an unconventional appearance that places them in a unique spot in the marketplace.Rick Suzuki, president of American Suzuki, noted that small ... Read Full Report
The Little Engine That Can 2004 Suzuki Aerio LX Let us consider the urban runner. It has four wheels instead of two feet. It consumes gasoline instead of carbohydrates. It emits carbon monoxide -- which, unlike the carbon dioxide exhaled by humans, isn't good for green plants or other organic life. But with proper pollution controls, the motorized urban runner can be good, pra... Read full review for the 2004 Suzuki Aerio
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After test driving many newer vehicle's I found this '04 Aerio SX and never looked back. It has plenty of space for me and my family and more than enough room for our luggage. I've taken the car on 3 ... Read Full Review
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