2002 Suzuki Aerio Consumer Review: solid Jap sub-compact

2002 Suzuki Aerio - Consumer Review

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SX Wagon (2.0L 4-cyl. 5-speed Manual)

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solid Jap sub-compact
By rr on


2002 Suzuki Aerio SX 4dr Wagon (2.0L 4cyl 5M)


i like this most popular sub-compact
(in Japan 2002-03) Japanese car though
it isn't a real sporty car. The design
and the material quality stand well
after a year and a half. I drove it to
Vegas twice. The car is also my daily
working transportation. So far except
routing oil changes, i have no other
expenses yet. However, the rim and
tires can be enlarged one standard
higher. The aired suspension can be
improved if the sporty feature isn't
upgraded in the future...Suzuki should
changes its marketing strategy, and
more aggressively competes with other
top brand names.

Best Features

I like the modern style with the relative large sapce on the wagon. The equipment doesn't look cheap at all. The features is well thought though still can be improved in the next generation.

Worst Features

Aerio should be marketed as a sub- sporty wagon with good 0 to 60 starting speed. I believe the engine output isn't compatible with horse power. There are things it can do to improve. Since Subaru can make their niche, why can't the famous Jap Motorcycle producer?
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