The 2008 Suzuki Forenza is available as a wagon, or a four-door, five-passenger sedan.
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No, I would not recommend this
Competitive pricing is something that no one can avoid when looking at new cars. I know that I was worried about breaking the bank when I went looking for a car earlier this year. While on the market, I found a car that really spoke to me in the Suzuki Forenza. It had a good style, comfortable interior, and decent enough controls for a car that was under 5-figures. It definitely was not a high-end sports car but that was something I could live with. The controls and handling of the Forenza are responsive, giving more than just a little bit of peace of mind. The interior is also well designed for handle four passengers and plenty of cargo. It gets decent gas mileage but mine really falls short when it comes to power. It is not a powerhouse or a speedster; it is just a good car.
One thing that you will notice once you get into your Suzuki and drive it around is that the cabin is not the best constructed thing in the world. One touch of mine and I could tell that cheap plastic was used instead of a higher quality material. It is still roomy and pleasant though so I do not really hate it for that. It can also get a wee bit noisy on the highway compared to other cars. I have always assumed this has meant poor aerodynamics on the car's part. For all its bad, it is still a good car though; it is just showing its age.
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