Overview & Reviews
For 2013, trim levels for the SX4 sedan and Sportback lineup are streamlined. The SX4 hatchbacks have a new front fascia and new colors, while all SX4 hatchbacks and the Sport sedan get new seat fabrics and an available voice-activated navigation system that features streaming audio and USB ports.
- Navigation system standard on higher trim levels.
- Hatchback model's affordable AWD system
- Generous cargo capacity
- Refinement not a strong point
- Suzuki no longer selling cars in the United States
- Awkward driving position
- Limited fuel range of AWD model.
User Reviews:Showing 1 through 2 of 2.00
Reliable Small All around Car or Suv - 2013 Suzuki SX4
By titinio - November 7 - 2:42 am
A well kept secret to owners of Suzuki vehicles because of the quality, reliability, value and performance. The same story or history of the Suzuki Samurai, Sidekick and Geo Tracker. Owners of these vehicles knows these secrets. The only mistake that Suzuki did is the creation of the Grand Vitara creating a 6 cylinder. Grand Vitara's fuel consumption rating is not good. They should kept the 4 cylinder Vitara version. Numerous people are now seeking to own used Samurai, Sidekick and Tracker; its high value price hold. I had a car repair business for 9 yrs. and only one (1) Suzuki that I encountered broken is because the young teenager never had an oil change. Engine Froze.
First new car in a decade - 2013 Suzuki SX4
By suzukiguy - July 30 - 3:06 pm
I purchased this car after owning a 2002 Hyundai Elantra for ten years. I had the choice between this and a 2012 accord, and I chose this. I'm super happy with my decision. This is an awd with excellent gas mileage and lots of ground clearance. I hope the sx4 turns out to be as awesome as my Elantra was.