I drove home today in my new forenza! pretty excited! I got an 06, still new, 60 miles on it, for 9,900. The drive home was nice, feels great to be driving a stick again. I am new to suzukis as far as cars are concerned, but if they are even half as resiliant as their bikes, I'll be happy. They say the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.
"If you can't race it or take it to bed, it isn't worth having." --unknown.
Welcome to the family.
Now, about the driving a suzuki part... Check the sticker on the door. Your a proud owner of a GM Deawoo! The apple may not fall far, but your dealing with Korean BBQ now. Still a good car, and for a good price.
You should look up our resident AZ expert, KinkyLlama, who races his 04 Forenza
Wow, that's a great price. Maybe there's something to be said for waiting and buying a car that's been on the lot for a while after all...! With the Forenza you can comfortably join any of 3 different fan forums or groups: Suzuki, GM, and Daewoo.
Welcome to the 'Zuki club!
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My friends cars: 1000cc GSXR!!!! OMFG I WANT!!!! RSX type-s, 1.8 turbo jetta, 350z track edition(HIGHLY MODIFIED), 350z street edition, EVO-8, 3- series BMW... and then there is my.... forenza... i hate being poor........
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