In March 2002, Suzuki introduced a new four-door, front-wheel-drive sport sedan named the Aerio and a related Aerio SX hatchback. Both cars have an unconventional appearance that places them in a unique spot in the marketplace.All-wheel drive became available for the 2003 model year. For 2004, a ... Read Full Report
Remember when your mother told you not to go out with a wet head, or else you'll catch a cold? Wrong.Some myths just will not die.In the automotive world, there's a false perception that all imported cars, especially Japanese cars, are superior to American cars. This is not the case.Just try on a Suzuki Aerio SX for a week.This car looks like a good deal on paper.The Aerio SX is a 5-d... Read full review for the 2005 Suzuki Aerio
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I've had the Suzuki Aerio for a couple years, and so far I didn't have any issues with it. It's excellent on fuel millage and it doesn't cost anywhere near what a Civic or Corolla cost. You get the th... Read Full Review
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