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2005 Suzuki Forenza Consumer Discussions


I am basically unknowledgable when it comes to car repairs. I know some basics. Here's my issue... I went to check the oil on my 2005 Suzuki forenza and noticed a lot of oil on the right top side of e...

I bought a 2005 Forenza brand new, had no problems until the timing belt destroyed many parts. Thank goodness there was a recall that covered the $2500 repair to rebuild half of the motor. That was in...

Again, my point is that Suzuki should have offered the dual chamber airbag to begin with. I'm not saying they need to retrofit the bag from the Forenza; rather, they should have designed a better air...

plans to roll out in 2005. There also was a Forenza Wagon Concept. Looked nice, but it reminded me of the Esteem wagon a little. A Suzuki rep said that it will come out in the fall of 2004. Once agai...

I recently purchased a 2005 forenza. The check engine light keeps comming on, when i make an appointment and finally get to the dealer they tell me it was because my gas cap was not tightened properly...

that Suzuki is going to have an addition to the reno line-up, a Sporty Reno, and a tweaking of Forenza, and on other sites( edmunds Inside Line, for one) the Aerio is gone, and the SX4 sedan is going ...

I just went to the dealer to drop of my XL7 for maintenance and my dealer had 1 2005 Verona EX in the back, along with some other 05 Suzukis. One thing that I did notice was that the leather felt mor...

The only change I'd love to see Suzuki make , and it's highly unlikely in the near future, is upgrading the automtaic transmission to a more modern 5-speed automatic unit. Highway fuel economy would ...

I have a 2005 manual transmission Forenza and I'm getting close to 30 mpg. My driving is about 55-65% on the freeway/highway. When I calculate my mpg when I fill-up the tank, I almost always get 29.xx...

Now the tires are a different story... If you get a Reno or Forenza, please be aware of the poor quality of the (sometimes) supplied Hankook tires that come on the wheels. One of mine unexpectedly ble...
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