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View Poll Results: Which Suzuki do you own/drive?
Aerio/Liana 62 3.92%
APC/Carry 28 1.77%
Baleno/Suzuki Esteem/Cultus Crescent 74 4.68%
Cultus/Swift/Forsa 57 3.61%
Escudo/Vitara/Sidekick 294 18.60%
Grand Vitara 371 23.47%
Ignis 24 1.52%
Jimny/Jimny Sierra/Potohar 33 2.09%
Sj-Series/Samurai/Sierra/Santana 115 7.27%
SX4 138 8.73%
XL7 165 10.44%
X-90 15 0.95%
Forenza 131 8.29%
Fun 0 0%
Reno 70 4.43%
Verona 15 0.95%
Other 103 6.51%
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Old 11-26-2007, 01:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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We are going to conduct a rough polll just to find out who's driving which Suzuki vehicle. So please take part in our poll and help us get some good numbers!

Which Suzuki do you own or drive?
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Old 11-26-2007, 04:42 PM   #2 (permalink)
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We are going to conduct a rough polll just to find out who's driving which Suzuki vehicle. So please take part in our poll and help us get some good numbers!

Which Suzuki do you own or drive?
My "other" is a Wagon R+ with the K14B DOHC engine. I've modified the suspension, fitted 14 inch alloy wheels with 165 14 60 tires. A cold air intake and free flow exhaust system dramatically increase the power and speed of response. I'd love to add performance cams and either larger jets or perhaps a twin carb setup, but so far have been unable to find a supplier for these parts. I'm in China, so that may account for the latter difficulty!

I'd love to hear from others who've "modified" and compete with their Suzuki! My fantasy at the moment is to find an affordable Swift Sport here. They finally began production of the SX4, but imho have made a mess of what should be delightful ride. No all-wheel drive, only 2 wheel disc (drum rear) and a less that adequate 1.6 L power plant that is locally produced. Sigh.

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Old 11-26-2007, 05:43 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I had to select "Other" as my ride is a Tracker.. 4Dr, 4x4, Auto, 2L DOHC,
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Old 11-26-2007, 09:20 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I have an '07 SX4 in black with the manual shift. This car is awesome in the snow and I get better gas mileage than the EPA figures that were on the sticker. I'm getting 25 mpg around town and 29 on the highway. Not bad for a heavy little all wheel drive car. The Imprezza can't touch my little Suzi. The other Suzuki (the red one) is a 2001 Bandit 1200S. I love this bike. It handles great and has loads of power (127 at the crank and about 104 at the rear wheel). I have been thoroughly impressed by the quality of both my Suzuki's. My next Suzuki will be a King Quad utility ATV. I currently have a Rancher 4x4. After that it will be a Grand Vitara to replace the '96 Grand Cherokee that tows the wheeler and gets me to my back country camp. The SX4 just doesn't quite have the ground clearance to negotiate the roads there.
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Why is Forenza and Reno in different categories?. Might as well have the forenza wagon separate also. I mean, they are the same car, just that ones a 5 door, the others a 4 door
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I drive a '94 Geo Tracker 5-speed manual, TBI with 284k miles and my most recent milage was 32mi/gal.
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Why is Forenza and Reno in different categories?. Might as well have the forenza wagon separate also. I mean, they are the same car, just that ones a 5 door, the others a 4 door
Hello Zipper! I am new to Suzuki ownership, but I do know that the Forenza and the Reno are made by Daewoo in Korea. Daewoo is owned by GM, who still owns a chunk of Suzuki. In fact, the XL-7 is a platform twin to the Chevy Equinox/ Pontiac Torrent. The Forenza is sold in Canada as the Chevrolet Optra. (I live so close to the border we see them all the time!) Maybe this is why they are separate?

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Hello Zipper! I am new to Suzuki ownership, but I do know that the Forenza and the Reno are made by Daewoo in Korea. Daewoo is owned by GM, who still owns a chunk of Suzuki. In fact, the XL-7 is a platform twin to the Chevy Equinox/ Pontiac Torrent. The Forenza is sold in Canada as the Chevrolet Optra. (I live so close to the border we see them all the time!) Maybe this is why they are separate?

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The point is, the Forenza and Reno are the same car. They may be made by GM Deawoo, and sold under Chevy, Deawoo, Buick, and Suzuki, depending on the countery. It maybe called the Optra, Lacetti, or Forenza/Reno, depending on countery, but that dosn't change the point that the Forenza and the Reno are the same car internaly with cosmetic differences. The Escudo/Sidekick/Vitara (and tracker) are under the same, and that covered atleast 2 companys in the same market, wny seperate out identical cars then? Just kinda seemed weird to me

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hello I drive a 2008 Suzuki SX4 it's alot of fun
By the way it's my first suzuki i've ever owned.
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