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Suzuki Stakes Its Car Hopes on Aerio

April 16, 2002

Aerio has become the car du jour at Suzuki, the Japanese automaker and alliance partner of General Motors, according to a Chicago Tribune story by Jim Mateja.Suzuki dropped the Swift last year and will drop the Esteem sedan and wagon at the end of the '02 model year so its car lineup will comprise only the new-for-'02 Aerio.Aerio comes in two versions, a four-door sedan in S or GS trim and a four-door crossover SX inGS trim only.Suzuki uses the stylish term crossover to suggest Aerio is a cross between a sedan and a sport utility vehicle, but the crossover looks strikingly similar to a four-door station wagon, according to the Tribune.
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