2005 Suzuki Aerio
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Great Car

by from Milwaukee on October 15, 2009

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...
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 the same things with the Aerio but for a cheaper price. I just wish it had a little more room in the back.
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Just getting around

Does recommend this car

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love the car, hate the repairs.

by from Chicago, IL on February 7, 2007

I bought this car because of the price. not knowing it would cost me alot more to continuously fix things that have been going wrong with it. First at 10,000 miles my alignment had to be fixed, then ...
I bought this car because of the price. not knowing it would cost me alot more to continuously fix things that have been going wrong with it. First at 10,000 miles my alignment had to be fixed, then at 15,000 miles had to do the brakes then the 6 disc cd player went and then i had to replace my tires because they wore so badly from the poor alignment. now 15,000 miles later I have to start this process all over again because all the same problems have come up and the only thing covered under warrenty is the radio the rest I've had to pay for. I'll be getting rid of this car ASAP.
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HIDDEN GEM

by from Bellevue, WA on August 7, 2009

I have the Suzuki Aerio SX, which is AWD, and really performed magnificent on the ice and snow winter 2008-2009 here in Seattle, even with average all weather tires! Can't beat the gas mileage (low 20...
I have the Suzuki Aerio SX, which is AWD, and really performed magnificent on the ice and snow winter 2008-2009 here in Seattle, even with average all weather tires! Can't beat the gas mileage (low 20s City, mid-30s highway) considering it's AWD, and the Japanese build a quality product indeed! Elegantly designed interior with every feature except heated seats; super 6 CD player and sound system, on wheel controls for stereo, cruise control, etc. Superb head room for tall folks, hauls cargo brilliantly, and has a truly powerful 4 cylinder engine that nips briskly onto freeways and away from traffic. Sleek design for its category, which led the pack for the new crossover type vehicles . . . have had it from new in Nov 2004, and the others have followed this design!! Trouble free maintenance; no problems. Don't abuse any car, and it will usually treat you well, eh? Have had all the required maintenances, on time. After the headaches of MB, BMW, Cadillac and random other 'good' cars over the years, this hidden gem is a completely delightful surprise!! If you are lucky enough to locate a well loved one, snap it up . . . !! Suzuki no longer manufactures these wagons, which were Japanese built. Many of their cars are now Korean from Daewoo origins? I had a Daewoo Leganza, and found it good, also, but not as fine as this Suzuki Aerio SX!!
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Purchased a new car

Uses car for Just getting around

Does recommend this car

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safira's 04 suzuki aerio sedan

by from warner robins, ga on May 10, 2006

Personally I don't really like the look of the car. However it is very inexspensive for parts and maintaince. I would suggest this car to any college or high school student to get them through their s...
Personally I don't really like the look of the car. However it is very inexspensive for parts and maintaince. I would suggest this car to any college or high school student to get them through their school years.
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Does recommend this car

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