The video presentation that accompanied the unveiling of Suzuki's compact sport hatchback at the 2004 North American International Auto Show in Detroit hinted that youthful buyers are the prime target. "Like Jack Kerouac," said one of the 20-something characters in a reference to the author ... Read Full Report
Suzuki's new-for-2005 Reno might be the biggest little car in the world.Well, you might feel that way after driving it. It drives bigger and better than it costs. Much bigger and better.Take performance, for example.When I saw a 126 horsepower rating on the sticker of the tested Reno LX model - the middle version among three trim levels - I laughed out loud. "This thing won't get out ... Read full review for the 2005 Suzuki Reno
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First of all I would like to say I think there is an effort to prevent a true review of the Reno from getting out. We have owned our 05 for a year and a half and it is probably the best $16,000 I have... Read Full Review
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