2007 suzuki sx4 hatchback




2007 suzuki sx4 hatchback

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  • I purchased my Suzuki SX4 hatchback from a dealer. The car had only 12k miles at the time. I now have 16k miles and at this point.

    The SX4, a brand new model from Suzuki, joins a small group of all-wheel-drive hatchbacks favored by young buyers who want a low-end, compact-sized.

    The introduction of the SX4 in the fall of brought Suzuki closer to the the SX4 was offered in both sedan (added in ) and hatchback.

    2007 suzuki sx4 hatchback

    2007 suzuki sx4 hatchback

    Altogether, though this car is amazingly fun to drive and own. More Reliable than a VW. Started it up and moved it around the lot-engine smooth and responsive, no thunking or rubbery feeling in the suspension or steering, shifter nice and crisp-hmm. Since I bought my car we've gone from Spring back to Winter and during those snowy crazy days, it's warmed up beautifully, is really easy to clean off and holds the roads nicely. Actually, I live in Chongqing, China.

    2007 suzuki sx4 hatchback

    2007 suzuki sx4 hatchback

    2007 suzuki sx4 hatchback

    2007 suzuki sx4 hatchback

    2007 suzuki sx4 hatchback

    Suzuki SX4 | Pricing, Ratings & Reviews | Kelley Blue Book

    If first impressions last, this tall, decidedly Japanese runabout says Subaru Forrester meets Scion xA on the suburban side of town. A quick walk around revealed four big wheels, four big disc brakes, a Prius style double A-pillar and an AWD badge. Could this sub-radar Suzuki be a sleeper? The almost-but-not-quite butch SX4 offers a clear break from its geeky brothers, and a much appreciated change of direction for the otherwise bland brand. Despite its lack of an intercooler, the lower-level air intake is quite EVO-ish.

    Not bad at all. From the back, black plastic wraps around the faux-chrome lower-bumper. From a handsome, common sense radio head unit to funky air vents to a right-sized steering wheel, the SX4 proves that cost constriction is no barrier to good design.

    2007 suzuki sx4 hatchback

    Sure, the helm and stick-shift are Rubbermaid, and the seats offer meager support or comfort. Such modest money buys gadgets and gizmos aplenty: An old S-Class sold less for more. For daily duty, the SX4 is a front-driver. Flip a switch near the handbrake and i-AWD kicks in. If you get stuck in sand posing for the requisite PR lifestyle surfer dude pictures , you can switch to full-time four wheel-drive and lock up the transfer case for an even split. And if you have to split in a hurry, the SX4 is a corner carver par excellence.

    Surprisingly, body roll and grip are never an issue. And the hits keep happening. Short gearing ensures that the engine is constantly on the boil, while the user friendly clutch makes downshifting a breeze. The high-pitched squeaks that tells you to buckle up, close the door and turn off the damn headlights are skull-splittingly awful.

    2007 suzuki sx4 hatchback

    And 80mph puts over rpm on the clock; no car is more in need of a sixth-gear. The SX4 sounds like a nice alternative to a Mini, for less.

    My first car was a Suzuki. I have never quite overcome the shock of driving with the cheapest plastics ever to grace a car. To this day, I will go the extra mile for a nice interior. No, actually, the Fiat Sedici is an SX4. I have to say that this is a case where the cheap materials are a case of you get what you pay, but at least the buttons and switches are layed out well.

    I am strictly middle class at the moment, and I am certainly not entitled to leather wrapped steering wheels and chrome shifters. But I will look for a well layed out interior and good mechanicals. This looks sensibly fun! Yes it is a Fiat Sedici. I am not suprised, this is a cool loookin ride.

    2007 suzuki sx4 hatchback

    I was wondering how a lowly cheap little people carrier got such good looks. I would look at the ones I see around here out of the corner of my eyes, hoping that no one would catch me looking at a -gasp- suzuki!! Giuriaro seems to know things about proportions that elude other designers. Now if they put in some good seats it could be a really nice little car. Why do manufacturers usually go cheap when it comes to seats? I have never heard of nor seen one of these yet.

    The fine print indicates that this is for the first three months, after which you will be making full-sized payments. Still, glad to see the underdog bring a decent product for their segment.

    Review: 2007 Suzuki SX4



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