2010 Suzuki SX4 review By Bill Jackson

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The 2010 Suzuki SX4 SportBack has decent handling, but it's not the car to bring to the drag strip if you want to win anything — even if it is supposed to be the performance version of Suzuki's subcompact SX4 hatchback. The regular SX4 also comes as a sedan (including a non-performance trim level called — somewhat confusingly — the Sport).

If cars such as the Mini Cooper S and Mazda MX-5 Miata are the best examples of this type of small, fast, fun car, then the SX4 falls short. All in all, its handling is its best attribute, but even that isn't competitive with the best the segment has to offer.

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