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Quite dependable but when it's down, the parts are hard to come by.
I've had this car since 2010. The interior and storage is basic and all for door handles were broken by the previous owner then glued back on at the dealership. As of now, I have only two working handles. The passenger side window must be rolled down in order for one to open the door. After seven years, the lug nuts snapped in half when replacing the tires back after fixing the breaks. The auto shop only had one set of four and none for the back tires. So, I'm not driving to car right now because I searched for these lug nuts online and at numerous locations and they aren't available.
New York, New York
The Forenza's cabin was something of a mixed bag, too. It was spacious, with lots of stylish metallic accents, but this was offset by inconsistent materials quality and an overall lack of refinement and quality compared with class leaders. If you can get past that, there was lots of rear legroom for adults and a 60/40-split-folding seatback for extra utility. The sedan provided 12 cubic feet of trunk capacity, with the wagon offering nearly 62 cubic feet of space with the rear seat folded. Changes were slight during the Suzuki Forenza's run. For 2005, side impact airbags became standard for all Forenzas. The Forenza was freshened up a bit for 2006, receiving a new front fascia, redesigned seats, new wheels and revised trim levels. Bluetooth became available for 2008.
Decent starter car
The car drives well and holds up well. It gets good gas mileage too. The downfall is that it really doesn't have any get up and go to it. It takes a while to reach the desired speed without burning a lot of gas.