Suzuki Aerio Experts

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Suzuki Aerio Model Overview

Suzuki Aerio Questions


The Air Conditoner Stopped Working In My 2004 Suzuki Aero

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

14 views with 2 answers (last answer 4 weeks ago)
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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.

19 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 months ago)

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...

320 views with 2 answers (last answer 9 months ago)

While Driving Car, It Just Shut Down And Had To Be Towed Home. The Next Day...

While driving car one day, it just shut down. It had to be towed. The next day it was fine. Some one told me it might have to do with the cam sensor

242 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 years ago)

How Many Miles Can It Reach Before Needing A New Engine.

How many miles can the car go up to before needing a new engine.

843 views with 1 answer (last answer 7 years ago)

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.