2004 Suzuki Aerio consumer reviews

$12,999–$13,799 MSRP range
side view of 2004 Aerio Suzuki
100% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 5.0
  • Interior design 4.7
  • Performance 4.7
  • Value for the money 4.7
  • Exterior styling 4.5
  • Reliability 4.7
Explore the 2004 Suzuki Aerio

Great bang for the buck

So far my Aerio is very good! Bought it used from a Cadillac dealership as a trade in. It has the 5 spd., so it?s nice and peppy! The interior is not great as far as looks, but it?s plenty roomy for over 6ft. people. My only complaint is that when it?s windy out, prepare for a fight! The Aerio dances in the wind like a drunk at a party, it?s all over the place! Great little commuter, but don?t expect to turn heads or get any compliments.


Excellent Commuter and Travel Car

I was lucky enough to be given a brand new 2004 Suzuki Aerio SX. It only had 9 miles on the speedometer? For the first 5 years I drove it back and forth to work. I could fill the tank up on Sunday night and it would last until Saturday morning. The model has a great sound system with 6 CD changer. I am 6'1" and there was plenty of leg room to spare. After the first 5 years I got into a hobby that had me traveling around the Southeast US quite a bit. Excellent highway miles. At about 8 years old things started to need to be replaced (Which I understand). The only down side to it is that the parts are very expensive to replace and hard to find. Don't expect anyone to have the part on hand. It will almost always need to be ordered. I got stranded in Savannah, GA when something went wrong with the passenger side wheel well. It took three days to get the part in and then an extra day to replace the part because the Suzuki uses a special tool that only one mechanic had and he had been on vacation.


Most reliable car i've owned

This car is excellent in all weather conditions and very roomy with reclinable seats. Perfect car for anyone.


Suzuki Aerio is Great Car

I drove the car 10 years. The first 4 years, I was getting brakes about every 1.5 years. The car only drives smoothly with the factory tires which are expensive. The only exception was one year I just did not have enough money to buy the high-end tires so I went to Sears and got some Toyo tires, when the tires were inflated properly they worked great but now Toyo does not make those tires for this car anymore. One other down side is finding parts. If you have to take it in for work and a part is needed you will have to wait several days in most cases.


Best Car I've driven so far...

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 trips and never had troubles going uphill or passing. Plain and simple it's a great car.


04 suzuki aerio sx

04 aerio sx manual i purchased used as a 2nd car to save gas.wow what a surprise, this thing is a blast to drive.very comfortable seats ,lots of room frt and rear,great stock stereo and the ac is awesome.cant say enough good things about this car,avg about 25 mpg in city driving with a lead foot.best of all it was dam cheap.looks a little funny but this is a great little car..would highly recomend....,