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Like the Forenza
and Reno , Suzuki's most-luxurious car-the
midsize Verona -comes from Korea
clean European styling. Its all-aluminum, 2.5-liter inline-six-cylinder engine
generates 155-horsepower, and is mated to a gated four-speed automatic that
automatically adapts its shifting patterns to a motorist's driving style.
MacPherson struts are installed at the front of the vehicle, with a multi-link
suspension, and gas-charged shock absorbers at the rear for capable handling
traits. For 2006, the
Verona receives a few minor interior upgrades and now meets
ULEV-II emission standards. The base version includes front-side airbags,
four-wheel-disc antilock brakes, power windows, mirrors, locks and driver's
seat, a tilt steering wheel with stereo controls, a CD/cassette stereo, and a
tire-pressure monitor. Luxury models add traction control, automatic climate
control, a power sunroof, heated leather seats with power on the driver's side,
and alloy wheels.
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