SAVANNAH, GA – American Suzuki Motor Corp. says it was looking for style and distinction in the design of its all-new Aerio sedan and Aerio SX hatchback. For style, the SX crossover fills the bill. The sedan is … well … distinctive. The tall roof line works in the SX, but leaves the sedan looking slightly out of proportion, which might explain why all but one of the slides and photos in the press kit were of the SX hatch. The engine is all new. Suzuki engineers stroked the current Esteem ...
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