Spare parts of the 2011 Suzuki SX4 are yet to receive any complaint. Those intending to buy the car must ensure that there’s a Suzuki authorized service station nearby, as it can be quite hard to find because of the company’s limited dealer network. Such stations would be much better equipped to handle the maintenance jobs than any general workshop. Regular maintenance is a must for the SX4, especially once every year, or after 10,000 miles, as specified in the instruction manual.
The 2011 Suzuki SX4 hasn’t yet been subject to the new, stringent government anti-crash tests. Though 2010 tests can’t be applied for the 2011 version, the Suzuki SX4 received four stars out of the highest five for passenger and driver protection. In the side-impact tests, the car earned five stars for driver protection. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has given its top ""good"" rating to the 2010 Suzuki SX4 in both the side-impact and frontal-offset tests.
If that’s what you’re after, and your taste runs to five door hatchbacks, you definitely need to give the 2011 Suzuki SX4 Sportback a look. My tester had a sticker price of just $17,369, yet it came well equipped with such features as cruise control, traction control, stability control, height adjustable seat belts, keyless entry, fog lamps, power windows and door locks, steering wheel audio controls and a trip computer. The engine was better than expected, cranking out a healthy 150 horsepower and foregoing an inexpensive timing belt in favor of a more durable timing chain. Even the warranty will surprise more than a few shoppers: Suzuki covers the powertrain for seven years or 100,000 miles, with no deductible. The warranty is fully transferable, too, which makes buying a used Suzuki even more attractive.
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