2005 Suzuki Forenza Owner Reviews
- Exterior Styling
- Interior Comfort
- Quality & Durability
Not what I expected
I've had my Suzuki Forenza sinc it was new. I thought I was buying a quality Japanese car but much to my surprise, the Forenza was actually a joint venture between the old Daewoo (purchased by GM) and Suzuki. The majority of the car built with Daewoo parts. It's been over 3 years and I've had numerous problems. In three years I replaced 7 rims for warping and bending. I finally switched to an aftermarket rim and there have been no problems since. The tramsmission was replaced at 71,000 miles and I had numerous check engine light occurrences. I'm in sales so I rely heavily on my car and cannot afford to have it tied up for repairs. I'm don't think I'll by another.
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