2010 Suzuki SX4 review By Kelsey Mays

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Suzuki's SX4 has a sense of urban nimbleness that makes even its sportiest competitors seem hefty in comparison, but there are a lot of nagging issues weighing the car down. Some city drivers may still come away smitten, but for many others the SX4 will get lost in the compact-car shuffle.

Suzuki introduced the SX4 for the 2007 model year as an all-wheel-drive hatchback. A front-wheel-drive hatch and sedan have since been introduced — there's no all-wheel-drive sedan — and the car received some modest updates for 2010. The sedan comes as an SX4 Sedan and an SX4 Sport, with sub-trims within each. I drove a well-equipped SX4 Sport.

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Safety
An electronic stability system is optional on the sedan and standard on the Crossover. Standard features include: Four-wheel-disc antilock brakes Side-impact airbags for front and rear seats Sid ...

Making a SportBack
What automakers do to create Sport models ranges from adding fancy body pieces all the way to giving it a new engine, suspension, functional ground effects and fancy gearbox. The SX4 SportBack lan ...

Cruise Control (if equipped)
Cruise Control (if equipped) The cruise control system allows you to maintain a steady speed without keeping your foot on the accelerator pedal. The controls for operating the cruise control sy ...

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