Bought this car brand new in January 2009 and owned ever since. The following are the only problems I have had in 6 + years:
Year 2: Change radio; CD player sticking (warranty).
Year 3: Change power steering pump (made noise) and warranty.
Year 6: Change water pump $350 for part and labor.
Year 7: Changed wiper arm $80
I purchase this car right after my divorce in 2010. I was only planning on owning for a year or two. 6 years later I still have it. The only time it left me stranding is with a dead battery. I have only have to do routine repairs. The only exception new front struts at $500 at 105,000. The car now has 109,000 and everything still works. Air still blows cold. My only complaint is now parts are somewhat hard to find and fuel economy is a little low for a car of it's size. I average 25 but do very little highway driving.
Bought it used, and I've had my SX4 for just shy of 3 years, and have had no mechanical issues. It will reach 80k miles this month, and the only things I've done are replaced the tires and front brake pads, plus the regular 30k services and oil changes. Love the keyless ignition and entry, love the fuel range module (I get an average of 27mpg, up to 40 on road trips), love how I sit in it and that the windshield doesn't feel like it's too close to my forehead. :) The only issue I have is the suspension--feels like it needs stabilization when I hit bumps on corners. It rides nice, however, and feels very safe in all other conditions. Never had any problems on snow or ice. :)
I own a Suzuki sx4 2008 model, I always like my car until I was in a wreck, from the wreck I broke my neck and mess up my back. I was T-bone on the driver side and the side air bags did not come out the front ones did but the one on my steering wheel shattered as it deployed, I was hit from the side so my side ones should of came out, these model cars needs too have a check on them before someone else gets hurt like me the doctors said I will never work again
I have always been an owner of a Nissan vehicle and I thought it was time for a change; that's where the Suzuki SX4 comes in!
I saw a picture of it on a local website and it had me intrigued from the start.
It's a very small vehicle compared to what I normally buy, but don't let the small size fool you.
I am six foot and I have plenty of room and do not feel cramped at all.
I live in a small populated area where the nearest city is thirty minutes away and I enjoy the ride every time, especially with how good the car is on gas and how smooth it rides.
The smooth driving of the vehicle definitely makes the long rides more enjoyable.
I can make sharp turns wit