Suzuki Aerio Models and Aerio History

Introduced in 2002, the Aerio was added to the Suzuki fleet as an all-new compact car, offered in sedan and wagon trim levels. For 2003, horsepower increased to 145, cruise control buttons were updated on the steering wheel, the seating design was updated and various trim levels got subtle changes. 2004 saw the addition of a new 2.3-liter engine that was good for 155-horsepower. A driver-seat armrest was made standard and upper trim levels got some significant updates to standard feature sets. Major changes were in store for 2005, with a newly designed bumper, grille and fog lamp debuting alongside clear tail lenses, automated climate control, a new instrument panel, new steering wheel, new audio controls, updated seating and upholstery and major trim level updates. Antilock brakes became standard in 2006, in addition to a new CD player that was MP3 compatible. In 2007, Suzuki dropped the wagon model.

New and Used Aerio Prices, Suzuki Aerio Model Years and History

The 2007 Suzuki Aerio is a compact five-passenger sedan that is available with FWD or AWD but is no longer offered as a hatchback.
A compact four-door with seating for five, the 2006 Suzuki Aerio is available as a sedan or a wagon and is capable of 31 mpg on the highway.
Offered as a compact sedan or wagon, the 2005 Suzuki Aerio seats five passengers and benefits from refreshed styling inside and out for the new model year.
Available as a sedan or a wagon which both seat up to five passengers, the subcompact 2004 Suzuki Aerio is an affordable car with a 31 mpg highway fuel-economy rating.
The 2003 Suzuki Aerio is a compact four-door which seats up to five passengers and is available as a sedan or a wagon.
The 2002 Suzuki Aerio is a brand-new sub-compact that seats five passengers and is available as a sedan or wagon, and is rated at over 30 mpg on the highway.