2005 Suzuki Aerio SX User Reviews
- $3,994 - $4,519
- No trim specified for this review
- Great Performance, Decent Fuel Economy, Excellent Utility for Cargo
- Engine Somewhat Noisy on Acceleration
Purchased the car in October '03 as an '04 Model. The car is used as a business vehicle for on the road sales job. Just turned over 60,000 miles, and to date I have had no significant problems. Using Mobil 1 and changing oil every 5,000 miles.
I saw a comment from one owner stating that his rear tires were shot @ 14,000 miles. I had a similar experience at 17,000 miles. The original equipment Yokohama Geolander tires were not the best.
I did find out however, that the Suzuki does not allow adjustment of toe-in from the factory. Once I purchased cam bolts for the proper suspension locations, and had a new alignment performed, all the tires are wearing great.
The cam bolts cost $25 ea. x 4= $100, but the car even drives better with a heavier on-center feel to the steering. This upgrade was well worth the price.
I have owned Mazda, Nissan, and Toyota in the past, and for my money this has been the best value, and most fun to drive.
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