Suzuki 2008 SX4 Crossover
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2008 Suzuki SX4 Crossover

Suzuki 2008 SX4 Crossover
Suzuki’s sexiest product is the SX4 Crossover, which has the distinction of being the bestselling small SUV in Europe and the cheapest and most fuel-efficient all-wheel-drive vehicle sold in the U.S. -- Dan Neil (American Suzuki)
Suzuki 2008 SX4 Crossover
Cleverly, the Suzuki SX4-C, with a manual or automatic transmission, provides three traction modes: front-wheel drive (a mode that offers slightly better fuel economy), AWD automatic (shifting power from front to rear wheels as needed) or AWD “lock,” for low-speed, low-traction conditions. -- Dan Neil (American Suzuki)
Suzuki 2008 SX4 Crossover
Suzuki’s SX4 Crossover’s got good but certainly not unmatched rear storage space -- about 16 cubic feet behind the rear seats, and 43 cubes with the rear seats folded (loaded to seat back height). The rear seats provide adequate butt-age but the SX4-C will never find work as a gypsy cab. (American Suzuki)
Suzuki 2008 SX4 Crossover
Our $16,870 test car of the Suzuki SX4, in Touring trim, trundled out the door with alloy wheels, four-wheel disc brakes, stability control, six air bags, fog lamps, keyless entry, leather-wrapped steering wheel, a six-CD, nine-speaker audio system with MP3 and iPod connectivity. That’s a lot of stuff. -- Dan Neil (American Suzuki)
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