I hated this car. I spent so much on repairs, it was getting to where I would pay $200-$300 a month on repairs, the equivelent of what a car payment would be. This was when the car was only four years old. It finally died for good in 2003 and life has been so much better since. I drive Hondas now and I will never go back.
The good fuel economy.
Suzuki did the moral thing by discontinuing this car.
We were reluctant to buying the suzuki
at first because of the concern of a
poor resale value. Don't worry, buy one
now. It has been, by far, the most
reliable car i have ever owned. My
explorer has more problems, and it has
less mileage and is a year newer. The
car has decent acceleration, and
driving is a blast. Plus, the car is
extremely cheap. You cant buy many 1-
year old cars with 16,000 miles for
$6500 bucks. No regrets. Nothing but
Reliability and fun-to-drive factor.
There is very little comfort features
ont his car. The base sedan has nothing
but a cassette player and air
conditioning. but besdies that, no
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