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Old 01-24-2007, 01:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Click on SX4......

I might just trade the Reno in for this!!!!!!!
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If I had a Reno with a few years on it or was considering a new Reno I would get the SX4 instead, despite the higher price.

Do a compare of the 2007 Reno and 2007 SX4 at TrueDelta — Reliable Research. Relevant Results. and it will show you how the standard features in the SX4 are amazing and actually bring the SX4 out front depending on how you look at it, especially considering that it is from Japan. And that site doesn't list some of the more minor additions, like a trip odometer with fuel economy gauge on the SX4, the very nice looking and feeling seat fabric, or the flip & fold type seating.

That, and the i-AWD is just kick butt cool.
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For that price i have herd of news groups over seas saying that the
SX4 is quicker than the Mini Cooper S, With the SX4 being a lighter car. Not sure if it's true, But AWD and a 5 speed on a Suzuki. It's like a massage with a happy ending. Plus with Suzuki Sport building the J20 engine with a turbo charger, It's only a matter of time for them to sell it to the public.
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