2012 Suzuki Aerio SX review

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2012 Suzuki Aerio SX review

Reviews 2012 Suzuki Aerio SX review

September 3, 2011

An entry-level subcompact, the 2012 Suzuki Aerio, comes as a sedan or wagon. This year Aerio gets optional all-wheel-drive. It is quite a bargain to offer AWD in this class. With one of the most powerful standard engines in the subcompact class, Aerio comes as a 4-dr sedan and 4-DR wagon, both with a 145-hp 4 cylinder engines.

Manual transmission is standard and automatic is available also. Aerio#8217;s sedan offers two trim levels, S and uplevel GS The wagon comes with its own SX trim. Front-wheel drive is standard and every Aerio comes with air conditioning, power windows and mirrors, tilt steering wheel, CD player, and split folding rear seats. If you are looking for 2012 Suzuki Aerio accessories, please visit our home page where we have posted links to retailers.

The GS sedan and SX come with 15-inch alloy wheels, the S with 14-inch steel rims.

The 2012 Suzuki Aerio SX offers exciting design with crisp lines and sporty aerodynamic treatments that help disguise the boxy dimensions characteristic of most hatchbacks. For those who wish to extend the exotic appearance of their Aerio, there are a multitude of 2012 Suzuki Aerio accessories and body kits that are available from retailers which are listed on our home page.

Enigmatic indented round foglamps add a mysterious, otherworldly appearance along with the large triangular polycarbonate shields and multi-lens headlamp clusters. The hood rises steeply to the windshield, where front door posts coalesce into roof rails that curve and meet other door and frame elements. 15-inch Yokohama tires spin on five-spoke alloy wheels.

The Aerio#8217;s two wide doors on each side provide access to front and rear seats in the cabin, while the hatchback opens onto a large back bay.

A powerful dual-cam 2.0-liter in-line four-cylinder engine produces 141 hp at 5,700 rpm and torque numbers of 135 lb-ft at 3,000 rpm. A manual five-speed is standard for the Aerio SX, but a four-speed is also available. The 2012 Suzuki Aerio exhibits good handling and road stability at all speeds due to MacPherson struts front and rear.

The 2012 Aerio#8217;s cabin is fairly quiet for a small car, due to added liquid-filled mounts for the engine and insulation around the passenger compartment.

Suzuki also offers an Aerio sedan derived from the same chassis, powertrain, mechanical gear, and essential equipment as the hatchback. The Aerio SX sedan comes in two trim packages, base model Aerio S and the deluxe Aerio GS, which has equipment that matches the sole hatchback, Aerio SX.

Standard equipment includes air conditioning, power steering, foglamps, power mirrors, tilting steering wheel, a tachometer, rear window defroster, intermittent wipers, and an AM-FM stereo kit with CD player and six speakers on all three models. The Aerio SX also gets cruise control, a keyless remote entry system, rear window wiper/washer, the rear spoiler, and a chrome tip on the exhaust pipe. Optional gear includes the automatic transmission and antilock brakes.

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