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$5,575

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$4,990

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$4,999

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$4,900

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$3,995

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$3,200

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$2,695

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100,762 Miles
$3,999

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86,004 Miles
$3,990

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82,378 Miles
$4,495

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114,846 Miles
$3,500

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113,071 Miles
$2,788

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84,000 Miles
$6,999

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157,106 Miles
$4,995

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147,000 Miles
$2,470

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119,000 Miles
$2,500

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110,357 Miles
$3,990

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125,000 Miles
$2,900

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134,061 Miles
$6,995

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Suzuki Reno Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
2.9
7 Reviews
Overall
2.9
Value
3.1
Performance
3.4
Style
3.4
Comfort
3.4
Fuel Economy
3.7
Reliability
3.1

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2007 Suzuki Reno - Like an American car, but more expensive.

Ryun
Westland, Michigan
Overall
2.0
Value
2.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
1.0
The car, overall, is very... Dissatisfying. I've had nothing but problems with it. I purchased it with 69,000 miles form the previous owner with a blown head gasket (previous owner's fault). It has been nothing but a nuisance to maintain, and a burden to repair. When it works, it works like I would expect any car to run. Speedy little car, but it gets the job done. I got this car as a "We need a car now and oh look, here's this one", and I have never seen a car with so many issues crop up 200 miles after purchase.
Story
A memorable story I have of this car is that I took it to go hunting for the first time. It fit a Mosin Nagant (notoriously large rifle) in the trunk without having to put seats down, and I was shocked I was able to do that. We didn't bring back the deer in the same car, but it fit all the equipment incredibly nicely.
Pros
Coming from a coupe, I liked the four doors. I loved the interior, surprisingly. I thought I was going to hate it. The OEM radio was the first radio I've liked in ages(granted, the entire interior of the car is modeled after a Chevy Aveo). It fits rifles quite nicely in the trunk though, I will give it that.
Cons
It looks like every other Ford Focus, Chevy Aveo, the list goes on... The car blends into the scenery. The parts are absurd to obtain and the prices on them are even more insane. $500 For a new hood, $110 for only one (not the whole set!) Of engine mounts. MPGs are horrible for comparable vehicles. 28MPG highway/21MPG City is almost absurd. It came from the factory painted like it had just come from Maaco.

2007 Suzuki Reno - Major Issues

RO
Gainesville, Georgia
Overall
2.0
Value
2.0
Performance
3.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
2.0
The Reno is a nice enough looking car. It is also comfortable to ride in and has plenty of interior room. We bought the car used at sixty-three thousand miles. Within a week, the check engine light was on. When it was placed in the shop, it had a variety of issues that needed to be addressed including replacing the catalytic converter. Since then, the car still does not seem to shift right through its gears. It has a jerky sort of motion. And now the air conditioner has also went out and it needs to go back in the shop. We've owned the car for a year and only put seven thousand miles on it. I'm afraid to drive it very far because it just doesn't seem like a dependable car to me. Also, the interior has some wear issues.
Pros
It was inexpensive to purchase. It still had part of the warranty on it when we purchased it. It has fair gas mileage.
Cons
The Reno had to have major parts of the exhaust system replaced before 70,000 miles. As soon as we got it back from that, the air conditioning system has went out. I have not placed it in the shop yet to see how much it will be to fix and am considering selling it. It just doesn't seem very dependable to me.

2005 Suzuki Reno -

Reno Owner
Rochester, New York
Overall
2.0
Value
1.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
1.0
The Suzuki Reno is certainly a quirky looking car. Overall it has good acceleration when the car is running well. However, it runs fairly loudly and even with new suspension the ride is a bit rough. The quality has been abysmal. It seems like the car is always requiring new work. The suspension went bad, new radiator, new brakes, now the gauges are failing. To add a cherry on top, there are not aftermarket body parts available for the car. The hood was dented from an accident needed to be replaced. My only option was salvage yard or a new hood from the manufacturer.
Story
I ended up moving in this car. I was surprised at how much stuff I could pack in to the car. I did have fun blasting Brittany Spears with the sunroof open on the open road!
Pros
I like the acceleration and the moon roof. That is pretty much where the positive ends for me. I purchased the car because I liked how it looked. It is a fun quirky looking car.
Cons
Turns out the suspension is well known for going bad on this car. My car was no exception. It seems like there is consistently something going wrong on the car. One of largest unknown problems was a lack of aftermarket parts. So, not only does the car need lots of maintenance, but the parts are extra expensive.

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