2005 Suzuki Aerio Sedan User Reviews
- $3,494 - $3,968
- No trim specified for this review
- Everything about this car is a Pro considering the price!!!
- None that you shouldn't expect in a car that costs less than $25,000!!!
I have owned this car for a little over a month now, and I have been thoroughly impressed. I have owned Honda Civics and a Ford Focus and neither come close to the performance, handling, and value that this Suzuki offers. Throw in the fact that the 7 year/100,000 mile warranty comes standard, free roadside assistance, and rental program if repairs are ever needed, and you have one of the best deals on the planet. I got my Aerio S with Automatic Transmission for $13,000. It stickered for $15,200, so hold out for a lower price when negotiating. It is worth the sticker price though, I will have to say. The power under the hood is surprising the first time you use it. Superior mid-range acceleration!!! This car will make anyone happy!!! This is most definetly the best car in its class but is overshadowed by the marketing gurus at the Big 3, Honda, and Toyota. If everyone would give this car a chance, they would not be able to keep them on the lot!!!
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