Used Suzuki Aerio SX Ratings
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2002 Suzuki Aerio SX - (M5)
Pros: Good seating room in a small, nimble car.
Cons: Lack of coin, etc. trays on the brake/tranny console.
Advice: Compare with other similar vehicles.Seats are a little stiff but comfortable. The suspension lets the driver feel the bumps in the road, but that is to be expected in a small, sporty car. Very good headroom due to the height-adjustable driver's seat; also good legroom in the back seat even with the driver's seat all the way back (I'm 6'2' with a tall upper body and I fit this car well). There is limited areas to put your 'stuff' so will have to settle with the glovebox and a pull-out tray under the passenger seat. The car is fairly quick and nimble due to the 2 litre/141 hp engine. It is relatively well loaded with creature comforts (the only options are floor mats, transmission, and external colors).