of the 2005 Suzuki Forenza. Base trim shown.
From the Cars.com Vehicle Test Team
- Appealing design
- Easy six-window visibility
- Fuel economy
- Ride comfort
- Unknown long-term reliability
- Engine noise during acceleration
- Resale value of sedan
- Italian styling
- Sedan and wagon body styles
- 126-hp, 2.0-liter four-cylinder
- Manual or automatic
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Mother Proof's view
When it comes to name brands, whether it's fashion, food or cars, somehow the less popular get lost in translation. I admit I didn't even consider Suzuki when I purchased ... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel's view
There's more to the story of the Suzuki Forenza -- a competent, attractive little sedan at a very affordable price -- than you might think.You know Suzuki as a Japanese ... Read more
The worst car anyone could own.
Everyone since i purchased the car i have been having nothng but problems. I am a college student that knows how to take car of a car. This car has gotten me to the mechanic shop and back. As a matter ... Read full review
Really reliable for long distance traveling
Went over my expectations , has been very reliable . My go to car when make a ling drive everything is good and in excellent conditions Read full review