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No, I would not recommend this
The elegance of the Suzuki SX4 Crossover makes the vehicle a considerable and affordable option for people that are interested in an all-weather vehicle. Overall the car is compact is available in a four-door hatchback or sedan body.
I own the hatchback model and have enjoyed driving around the city with it. As advertised, the performance does not suffer even under rain. The manual transmission handles very well. Even as a lightweight compact vehicle, the SX4 sports a respectable 143-horsepower 2 liter engine. Compared to other hatchbacks of the same class, this car is clearly much powerful. The drive at curves and sudden changes in levels is handled smoothly, unlike other crossovers. Along with the performance, I greatly enjoyed the space I had inside the vehicle. My height is a little above average at 6'3, so leg room is of great importance to me. It had that importance on lock by having a tall cabin.
There are some concerns I have against the SX4, though. The biggest blow, in my opinion, is that this crossover has a poor economy compared to others of the same class. At best, my hatchback was at at 20 miles per gallon. Not bad, but compared it other crossovers, it suffers. Often times, I needed extra cargo room, but the rear seats did not fold. That was always a nuisance.
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