Suzuki Motor Corp. plans to introduce a pair of production vehicles — a sedan and a sport wagon — based on the concept SX shown at the New York auto show, says President Rick Suzuki. They will be offered in the U.S. in January 2002 with a choice of front or all-wheel drive. The SX (a formal name has yet to be determined) will compete against the Pontiac Vibe, Toyota Matrix and Ford Focus, he says. The SX concept, aimed at young, sports-minded individualists, features a 2L, 16-valve, ...
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