The Suzuki Aerio is a compact car that was built by Suzuki Motor Corporation. It was introduced in 2001 for the Suzuki Esteem/Baleno, with a tall 5-door hatchback CA model and sedan body 4-door. It featured 2 different 16-valve gasoline straight-4 engines, with 1.5 L and 1.8 L, one capable of 125 PS (92 kW; 123 hp) JIS. Production was discontinued in 2007 and is the location Suzuki Sx4, except China which was built by Changhe Suzuki and Pakistan, which is still being assembled by Pak Suzuki Motor.
Suzuki Aerio Overview
Models in North America got a bigger more powerful 2.0 L engine with 145 hp (108 kW). A manual transmission 5-speed It was with optional 4-speed automatic. All-wheel drive is available, but only with the automatic. American Aerios came in 2 trim levels: the S and GS (2002-2004), S and SX (2005), and Base and Premium (2006-2007). Key changes over the years included an upgrade to a new 2.3-liter 155 hp (116 kW; 157 PS) engine in 2004, great styling Restoring the interior in 2005, and Standardization of anti-lock brakes in 2006. sedan and Suzuki Aerio only remained for 2007, as hatchback had been shelved to make the 2007 sx4 hatchback. Likewise, the Suzuki Aerio sedan bowed out at the end of the year, making 2008 Sx4 Sport sedan. Throughout its run, the Aerio was distinct for the most affordable car in America to offer all-wheel drive.
Suzuki Aerio Europe
In Europe, where the Suzuki Aerio was called Suzuki Liana, was seen as a more affordable alternative to small family cars or mini MPVs, introducing a new generation of Suzuki M engines, with 1.3 L and 1.6 L I4 engine. All wheel drive is available on the larger engine. In 2004 the car was restyled with a look that closely resembled the Japanese version, and received a Diesel engine, with 16-valve version of the 1.4 L turbodiesel engine supplied by PSA Peugeot Citroen, capable of 90 PS (66 kW; 89 hp) thanks to common rail direct injection and variable geometry turbocharger.
Suzuki Aerio China
Changhe Suzuki in China released, 1.4L Liana hatchback in October 2010, called Liana a +, has been sold alongside 1.6L versions. The Suzuki Liana remains in production in Pakistan in 1.3L and 1.6L variants. The Liana was best known for his appearance as Car Reasonably priced in Top Gear Star in a Reasonably-priced Car part. Appear guests on the show every week to race and set a lap time in the saloon model Suzuki Liana. Primary vehicle, vehicles and spare, kept a stock without a roll cage and racing seats which were added as safety measures. Its three-year reign on Top Gear, the Liana covered 1600 laps of the circuit; its tires and the brakes were 100 times changed; and the need to protect the six new, two new Hubs, drive-shafts, wishbones, struts and communications gear and the window wing. The Suzuki Liana was used from its first show until its replacement by a Chevrolet Bonte in the show of the spring 2006 season. Today, enjoying partial retirement, and only brought back when the guest is a Formula 1 driver.
Suzuki Aerio Pikes Peak
In 2001, the Suzuki specially built space frame racing car for hill-climb races with a bodyshell like the Aerio dubbed the Suzuki Aerio P950 Pikes Peak Special driven by its manager rally team and a former rally driver, Nobuhiro Tajima. Tajima retired from the race, one mile (1.6 km) short of the finishing line suffering from mechanical failure, a team-mate Yutaka Awazuhara took fourth overall in a Recuerdos Grand. Tajima finished as the runner-up in the Dirt All Japan Trial Championship that year in the same car and won the race to the hill-climb Sky in 2003, before being re-used as a Recuerdos Great in 2007 as an XL7, breaking the course world records at Pikes Peak.