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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).

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    2002 Suzuki XL-7 - Limited (A4) 4x4

    Pros: automatic lights

    Cons: no place for the cd's

    Advice: worth every cent

    handled really well

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    2002 Suzuki Grand Vitara - JLX (M5) 4x4

    Pros: Performance

    Cons: Cargo Space

    Advice: Consider automatic unless you like a lot of shifting

    Purchased in '99 my 'Planet Gold' Zuk now has 80K meter and is running strong a new. 5 Speed delivers av. 24mpg. Only repair was oil leak @ 75K in trans seal. Tow my twin engine jet boat over the Cascades with no problem. Handles like a 'Go Kart'. Paint, interior is holding well. Solid little truck thats fun to drive. The XL7 solves cargo issues and added rear seat room. A great value.

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    2002 Suzuki XL-7 - Limited (A4) 4x4

    Pros: The value. Looks and rides nice too!

    Cons: Only 1 color available for the interior. Very small third seat. The cruise control button is on the dash.

    Advice: Do your homework. Compare it to comparable vehicles. Test drive it in a variety of situations to really get a feel for how it handles.

    A lot of vehicle for the money! Other vehicles in the same price range don't have the little extras you get with the XL7 (tinted windows, air filtration sytem, extra power outlet in back). The smaller size makes it easier to manuver and park. Comfortable ride. The split seats fold for a variety of cargo options.

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    2002 Suzuki XL-7 - Touring (M5)) 4x4

    Pros: extra seating, 4-wheel drive, and sunroof

    Cons: all the control placements

    Advice: If you like the SUV's with a touch of a van this vehicle is for you.

    Very nice vehicle that drives extremely smooth. All the power a person would need with a little extra. Also, very quiet ride with no extra noises from anywhere.