When it comes to outdoing the competition, the sporty new
2002 Suzuki Aerio Sedan has certainly done a good job turning
heads away from some of the usual favorites. It boasts one
of the most powerful engines in its class - more than Focus,
Civic, or Corolla. It also offers more interior room than
Corolla, Civic, or Sentra, and has a very distinctive curbside
appeal. This smart little car packs plenty of eye-catching
qualities in an attractive, young, and economically-appealing
For 2002, Suzuki puts forth two outstanding models
- Aerio S Sedan and Aerio GS Sedan - each with a wide variety
of standard and optional equipment. You'll be impressed
with everything from luxury to performance to safety features.
The comfortable cabin of the cab-forward
Suzuki Aerio S Sedan is graced with air conditioning, power
door locks, AM/FM stereo with in-dash CD player, and a three-spoke
tilt steering wheel. The rear seat conveniently splits and
folds down to accommodate extra cargo - especially longer,
awkward items like skis. The interior is lined with durable
two-tone velour and mesh fabric, and up front are two sporty
Turning the volume in the luxury department, the Suzuke
Aerio GS Sedan makes the key addition of power windows,
cruise control, rear seat armrest, and a handy below-seat
storage bin. The seating capacity for both models is five
Every Suzuki Aerio Sedan wears and aggressive
front bumper, jewel-type halogen headlights, and prism tail
lights. The GS model highlights fifteen-inch five-spoke
aluminum wheels, ear spoiler, and chrome exhaust tip. Both
models are equipped with an integrated window antenna and
dual power outside mirrors.
Shining in this department, each of the Suzuki
Aerio Sedan models is built with a 2.0-litre, 16-valve,
aluminum DOHC, four-cylinder engine that cranks out an impressive
141 horsepower and 135 lbs-ft of torque. Power steering,
direct ignition system, and liquid-filled motor mounts are
just some of its fine features.
The standard transmission is five-speed manual, with four-speed
automatic offered as an option. The manual versions check
in at 26/33 mpg (city/hwy), while the automatic variety
registers at 26/31 mpg (city/hwy).
Safety and Security
The Suzuki Aerio Sedans feature safety standards
such as child safety seat anchors, remote keyless entry
system, second-generation dual air bags, and a unibody structure
with integrated crumple zones to channel the energy of an
impact away from passengers. The steel reinforced passenger
compartment lends itself well to this last point.
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