2005 Suzuki Aerio SX User Reviews
- $3,994 - $4,519
- No trim specified for this review
- Handling, comfort, smooth ride, drive train reliability
- Minor electrical problems, low front bumper
Bought a 2003 Aerio AWD in October 2002, it now has 34,000 miles. A few problems so far: catalytic converter had to be replaced (covered by warranty), overhead light shutoff in cabin failed twice, lights starting to burn out in front dashboard. Also, fragile front bumper much too low, constantly getting caught on parking divider strips (be careful when parking!) However, car is a lot of fun to drive, has good acceleration, AWD is great in snow, roomy, plus more comfortable, smoother riding and cheaper than Subaru Impreza. Would definitely buy another one.
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