Suzuki Aerio Experts

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Suzuki Aerio Model Overview

Suzuki Aerio Questions

Gilbert Vela Jr.
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My 2006 Suzuki Aerio Transmission Is Not Going Into Reverse

Not shifting to revrese

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juniorRamirez87
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I Need Codes To Unlock Stero On 2003 Suzuki Aeiro

10 views with 1 answer (last answer 4 months ago)
ellisfitz
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The Air Conditoner Stopped Working In My 2004 Suzuki Aero

the air conditioner will not turn on and neither does the radiator fan start.

25 views with 2 answers (last answer 5 months ago)
Terri Smith
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Got Any Ideas How To Get In A Suzuki Aerio With A Dead Battery?

Keyless entry not working obviously, and the key just spins. I'd be happy if I could just get the hood unlatched.

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abid_saeed71
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Fuel/ Petrol Consumption Of Suzuki Aerio In One Liter

Dear Sir /Madam, Hello! I am having Suzuki Aerio 2004 model automatic, please tell me what in the average fuel / petrol consumption of this car in one liter. Regards, Abid Saeed Islamabad, PAKISTAN. C...

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Older Suzuki Aerio

2002 Suzuki Aerio Overview
2002 Suzuki Aerio
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About the Suzuki Aerio

The Suzuki Aerio compact sedan hit the market in 2001, replacing the Esteem/Baleeno. This model has built a well-known reputation as an inexpensive ride with good gas mileage. The inaugural Aerio started with a 2.0-liter, 145-hp inline four powertrain. For 2003, Suzuki unveiled the Aerio SX, a sportier SUV-like model.

In 2004, Suzuki replaced the 145-hp I4 engine with a 2.3-L, 155-hp inline four. Aside from some exterior and interior updates, the Aerio kept the same engine and base features through 2007. No one will mistake this model for a Civic or a Camry, but budget-conscious drivers who don't need a juiced-up V6 should kick the tires.