2012 Suzuki SX4 – Overview – CarGurus

6 Apr 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on 2012 Suzuki SX4 – Overview – CarGurus

Have you driven a 2012 SX4?

2012 Suzuki SX4 Overview

sales on the rise for this and oft-forgotten maker, Suzuki to gather more fans a few tweaks to its SX4 lineup for 2012. You see any grandstanding, though – of the changes are subtle creature-comfort excepting the addition of Electronic Control and rear disc on all SX4 sedans.

The Suzuki SX4 is a compact car available as a sedan or 5-door hatchback. All but trims are front-wheel drive, the Crossovers are all-wheel drive some alternative functionality, the ability to shift to front-wheel for better fuel economy, for the SX4 ranges between 22 mpg city and 33 depending on the drivetrain. All are powered by the 2-liter inline-4 good for 150 hp, with the option of a continuously transmission (CVT) or 6-speed

Many drivers have better fuel economy advertised and very thoroughly the SX4’s European driving and upscale sport suspension. An small number of lemons left the manufacturing lines, so drivers should be aware no SX4 should have any significant before 100,000 miles. If SX4 happens to stand against trend, it definitely appears Suzuki is interested in making you are absolutely satisfied with choice.

New additions for 2012 include wheels for automatic-equipped Crossover alongside the stability control and brakes added across the as previously mentioned. The SE sedan was for an 8% increase in fuel economy, and the navigation system standard in the sedan received an upgrade to the voice recognition and interactive already available in the Grand

Any one of the 9 members of the SX4 family is available for than $20,000 – and they do not come equipped wow features like a rear-view the upper tiers do include like heated front keyless ignition/entry, automatic control, a multifunction leather-wrapped wheel and a navigation system needing to opt up for a bigger price

The lack of a telescoping steering could be a problem for some, but the seats have seemed to solve that problem and the ire of some drivers who were for a more car-like stance.

room is not a problem, despite the size of the SX4. Cargo is pretty decent, too – a of 54 cubic feet in the hatchback, and a of 15 cubic feet in the sedans, more room for larger provided by folding down the The Crossovers are a bit cramped in the gas tank, limiting their range and drivers to fuel up a bit more but being a budget buggie, the SX4 very well for itself.

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