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2002 Suzuki Aerio Consumer Discussions

The 2002 Suzuki Aerio will be available in showrooms starting in March. Read the full story here: here. And let us know what you think. Thanks! ;-)...

As one of the early purchasers of an Aerio (April 2002), I would like to chime in on the discussion about Aerio's merits and faults. My experience has not been a good one overall, and I would strongly...

The Suzuki Aerio is perfect for your age. It's also fun to drive. Other people have said that they have problems with their Aerio but I have never had a problem with mine except for a flat tire. I sug...

It looks like the SX is really going to be the new "Aerio" due out in the spring. Car and Driver had a very brief mention of it in the 2002 review of changes for Suzuki. They reffered to i...

What is REALLY scary is that the 2005 AWD Aerio sedan crash results came out with a POOR rating! We bought this car! The driver in a side impact is toast! The only thing I cared about before we hande...

I always had an inexplicable afffection for the dorky/wonky-looking Aerio. It was a great little car with more personality than most any other econobox when it was introduced in 2002. The symmetrica...

My 2002 Aerio has 20,000 miles now and we hear a clunk or moan-groan-crunch sound once or twice when applying the brakes hard first thing in the morning when it is cold.. Never when hot so I assume t...

Does anyone know if the 2.0L Aerio engine will fit in a Suzuki Esteem? I just bought a 2002 Aerio engine and tranny. I am going to try to stick it in my 99 GLX....

I picked up a XL7 last month. An early Christmass gift for my wife. I was driving past my local Suzuki dealer and saw several XL7's out front with $13,999. on the windos. If you have an Aerio SX you c...

I have a 2002 Aerio SX FWD 5sp and it gets between 28 and 32mpg. I'm sure your AWD and automatic would be less but 22 does seem low....
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