Suzuki SX4 Crossover MPG Review | MPGomatic | Where Gas Mileage Matters

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Suzuki SX4

Crossover MPG Review

2009 Suzuki SX4 Review The 2009 Suzuki SX4 Crossover like a little gem in our week-long with a long list of AWD, plenty of character, and a price the budget-conscious will

The Suzuki SX4 Crossover competes with the Toyota Matrix and Vibe, along with a of Subarus in the entry-level AWD market. The hatchback SX4 Crossover is billed as the affordable AWD in America.

Under the hood, the SX4 Crossover is with a 2.0 liter DOHC 16 four cylinder engine, 143 horsepower (HP) and 136 foot of torque.

The official gas mileage for the base 2009 Suzuki SX4 are 21 city / 28 highway miles per (MPG) when fitted the standard 5-speed manual

In hundreds of miles of driving, we able slip past the estimates with our Quicksilver SX4, scoring an average of 32 MPG on the highway, with 26.6 MPG Test period temperatures from the forties through with freeway speeds 60 and 70 miles per hour (MPH).

The little SX4 clearly has sporting despite the Crossover badge. the four-cylinder engine provides power for an enjoyable run through the we found the shifter to be less precise. Regardless, this critter is fun to throw through the with more of a rally, than a sports car feel.

And although it’s not one for the drag there’s enough juice to the tires off the line and make highway merge.

The weather us during the SX4’s stay in our with an afternoon of intermittent and sleet. Lacking any significant to play in, we found that the SX4 on the backroads, especially those of the variety.

As much fun as it is to drive gusto, the SX4 responds well to driving.

Two tried and and true were used to surpass the gas mileage estimates. We shifted and quickly through the gears, limiting revs for fuel Just as importantly, a watchful eye was on the instant fuel consumption (atop the dashboard) to get a better for the engine, with the goal of the lightest possible pressure on the pedal, at all times. (The you can drive with your completely off the pedal, the greater fuel efficiency.)

The SX4’s cabin is well and appointed. The rear sixty/forty down and roll forward provide ample cargo

Our test unit was equipped the Technology option package, includes air conditioning and a leather steering wheel with cruise and audio controls. All SX4 come with a removable Garmin navigation unit. The package adds real-time MSN Direct, and Bluetooth.

The one downside to the Standard digital music is lacking, as it oddly relies on cards or USB downloads to the Garmin unit #8230; unless you for an optional input jack or integration kit. This is a that’s easily remedied.

All-in-all, we found the Suzuki SX4 to be a solid choice for folks on a with the need for a small AWD that delivers good economy and a sporting character.

Content . The Suzuki SX is assembled in Japan. Both the engine and are of Japanese origin. 0% of the parts are in North America.

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