2007 Suzuki Reno
104,128 Miles
$4,988

Clarksville, TN
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2005 Suzuki Reno
44,016 Miles
$6,250

Lockridge, IA
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2007 Suzuki Reno
122,696 Miles
$3,000

Hazard, KY
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2007 Suzuki Reno
85,585 Miles
$3,950

St Petersburg, FL
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2007 Suzuki Reno
99,730 Miles
$6,990

Howell, MI
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2008 Suzuki Reno
74,400 Miles
$3,700

Tavares, FL
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2006 Suzuki Reno
93,035 Miles
$6,790

San Antonio, TX
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2008 Suzuki Reno
61,661 Miles
$3,999

Houston , TX
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2008 Suzuki Reno
59,260 Miles
$4,995

El Paso, TX
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2008 Suzuki Reno
163,500 Miles
$3,400

Duluth, GA
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2007 Suzuki Reno
96,879 Miles
$2,400

Dallas, TX
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2006 Suzuki Reno
141,500 Miles
$3,550

Phoenix, AZ
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2006 Suzuki Reno
114,846 Miles
$3,500

Youngstown, OH
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2008 Suzuki Reno
82,638 Miles
$2,450

Levittown, PA
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2005 Suzuki Reno
119,000 Miles
$2,900

New Haven, IN
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2008 Suzuki Reno
148,570 Miles
$4,900

Wichita, KS
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2005 Suzuki Reno
134,061 Miles
$6,995

Moody, AL
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2006 Suzuki Reno
110,000 Miles
$2,000

Cincinnati, OH
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2008 Suzuki Reno
$5,995

Newport News, VA
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Suzuki Reno Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
3.0
Value
3.6
Performance
3.4
Style
3.9
Comfort
3.9
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
3.7

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

Westland, Michigan
Overall
2.0
Value
2.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
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

Gainesville, Georgia
Overall
2.0
Value
2.0
Performance
3.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
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 - Dependable and roomy

Weaverville, North Carolina
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
I bought the Suzuki in 2011. Not a single day has passed where the engine didn't crank up, no matter how cold the weather. I am also impressed with how well it does in the snow, considering its size. I have an older car, a 1994 Prizm that is bigger, yet cannot get up a steep hill in the snow. I also think that for a small car, it has an amazing amount of room. My husband and I were actually able to fit a normal sized DRYER in the back when we moved.
Pros
In addition to its dependability, the Suzuki gets good gas mileage. Driving in the city usually gets me about 30 miles a gallon. I am also able to maneuver quite well, especially in tight areas such as downtown, and in parking garages. And, again, knowing it will crank up every morning is a wonderful feeling. The repair bills have all been pretty standard stuff--it was out of alignment for awhile, but that was due to driver error, (I hit a culvert hard at the bottom of our driveway) The braking system does well.
Cons
The car is not the smoothest of drives, but I did not expect anything exceptional in a small hatchback. My husband also has some difficulty in the driver's seat, as he is 6'3". He is not particularly comfortable with the amount of leg room. I have no problem with that, since I am short! I would also recommend larger side mirrors--the blind spot is a bit more than it should be.