Customers can choose from Titanium Silver Metallic, Fusion Red Metallic, Fantasy Black Metallic, Desert Green Metallic, Cobalt Blue Metallic or Champagne Beige Metallic color variant 2005 Suzuki Forenza Wagon EX cars.
Well, if the brisk sales of Suzuki’s Forenza sedan bears any weight here, the 2005 Forenza Wagon should have no trouble finding its place on the lot and off pretty quickly! Made by GM’s Korean Daewoo subsidiary, this newest Suzuki joins a roster of fresh competitors, including the also new Suzuki Reno, that have brought the compact 5-door segment back from near extinction.
The 2005 Suzuki Forenza is offered in four door Sedan and four door Wagon body styles, in S, LX and EX trim levels. All come equipped with a standard 126 horsepower 2.0-liter inline 4-cylinder with either a 4-speed automatic or a 5-speed manual transmission, depending on the model. Forenzas come nicely equipped with a nice list of standard equipment, including air conditioning, power accessories, lumbar seats, AM/FM/CD audio, rear window defogger, intermittent wipers, driver and passenger-side airbags, ABS brakes, daytime running lights and child safety locks.
A starter car loaded with upper-end features, such as wheel-mounted audio controls, a CD player, full power setup, and heated mirrors, the compact 2005 Suzuki Forenza represents a good value purchase for young buyers who don't want to sacrifice convenience. Touting itself as the roomiest compact (its rear shoulder room surpasses the Corolla, Sentra, and Civic), the 2005 Forenza is also a decent family car. Joining the sedan this year is new wagon, with a cargo bay that stars at 24 cubic feet and expands to 62 with the rear seats folded down. The sedan also has fold-down seats and a trunk that starts at 12 cubic feet.