2007 Suzuki Forenza Overview


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29 national listings
Base Wagon
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5 national listings
Convenience Wagon
16 national listings
Avg. Price: $5,086
Popular Wagon
Sedan w/ABS
24 national listings
Wagon w/ABS

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45 stars

Based on 6 reviews

Great Gas Mileage by Leah
 — This is my first car that I have ever bought on my own Read More
2007 Suzuki Forenza Wagon by Joshua2529
 — It has enough power to get it to go but not too much more. The actual drive is nice and the warranty kicks total butt. So far I have had to use it for the center console, the mirrors, the rear wiper... Read More
I Like This Car. It Is Nice And Affordable. I Have Not Had Any Large Problems. by Paige
 — I love my car. I have had a couple of repairs that I had to do. My radio had to be replaced and I have had a couple of flats. Overall this car has been a good car. I bough it used. It performs well. I... Read More

2007 Suzuki Forenza Overview

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2007 Suzuki Forenza

After making some noteworthy changes in 2006, the Suzuki Forenza compact took it easy in 2007 and only added a tire pressure monitoring system.  The Forenza continues to live by two words: value and versatility.  To compensate its less-than-intimidating 2.0 L, 127 hp I4 engine, this 4 door, 5 passenger model gives you 6 trims: the Base, Convenience, and Popular Sedans and Wagons.  All 6 give you standard 5 speed manual transmission or optional 4 speed automatic.
Expect to get around 22 mpg in the city, 30 on the highway.  The Premium Wagon and Sedan come with a sunroof while the Base Wagon and Sedan give you optional ABS brakes.  The Sedans have 12.4 cubic feet in the trunk while the Wagons deliver a comfortable 19.3.  Finally, expect around 116 cubic feet of passenger room in the Wagons compared to 107.5 for the Sedans.
Overall, Forenza owners appreciate the low price and solid gas mileage.  Otherwise, brace yourself for bumpy handling and the general lack of refinement you would expect from a budget compact.  The Forenza presents a solid option for your first car and will ultimately get you where you need to go.  However, anyone looking to take a seat in the lap of luxury will need to adjust their expectations.


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