not so good...do your research: recalls, reliability, parts
By girlwithacar on
2004 Suzuki Forenza S 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl 4A)
You would be better off investing in a good, credible, affordable vehicle.
Suzuki no longer makes cars; therefore, the parts are difficult to find and most of their car dealerships are few and far between (in
other words, very few exist to service those with Suzuki cars.)
I purchased a 2004 Suzuki Forenza in 2006, and it had about 20, 000 miles on it.
It stopped working in June 2013 because it needed a new PCM ($1,230 to repair) and it had about 103,000 miles.
However, between the time that I had it and the time that it died, the car had major issues with gasket, valve, oil, trans sensor.
Also, it had at least 4 recalls on parts so be sure to do your research.
None...its a real plan Jane.
None...suzuki no longer makes cars.
Thank goodness or that.
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