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2006 Suzuki Reno Review

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The front-drive Reno compact hatchback sedan is based on the Forenza and is also manufactured in South Korea. For 2006, it offers a new wheel design and slightly revised interior highlights, plus a lower base-sticker price than before. The vehicle's muscular-looking exterior styling is sourced from the famed Ital Design studio, and its interior is larger than much of the competition's. The Forenza's 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine offers 127-horsepower, and is mated to a five-speed manual transmission. An available four-speed automatic transmission includes an adaptive control system. Four-wheel disc brakes and speed-sensitive power steering are standard, with MacPherson struts up front and a dual-link suspension in the rear. The Renocomes well equipped, offering front side airbags, an eight-speaker CD/cassette audio system, heated power mirrors, a rear defroster, power locks, and alloy wheels. The Convenience version adds antilock brakes, cruise control, power sunroof, and keyless entry. The top Premium model gets fog lamps, leather upholstery, and a rear spoiler. No factory options are available.

 

 

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