The 2007 Suzuki SX4 takes over for the Suzuki Aerio SX as the most affordable all-wheel-drive car sold in the U.S. It derives from an established overseas model, the Swift, and boasts a generous list of standard safety features.Despite a roomy interior and good safety ratings, the quirky-looking ... Read Full Report
Many Americans associate the Suzuki name - if they know it at all - with small sport utility vehicles, rather than cars. That's understandable, considering that the first vehicle Suzuki brought to the U.S. market was the Samurai, a mini-SUV that was selling quite well until a since-discredited review in Consumer Reports deemed it to be a rollover risk. Suzuki, a Japanese automaker, rep... Read full review for the 2007 Suzuki SX 4
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I purchased my 2007 Suzuki SX4 hatchback from a dealer. The car had only 12k miles at the time. I now have 16k miles and at this point absolutely no complaints. One of the downfalls of the vehicle I h... Read Full Review
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