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Suzuki Automotive Leaving Canada

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Suzuki, which has 55 dealers in Canada, says it will stop selling cars in this country after the 2014 model year.

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Aha, so my prediction came true then. It was dead obvious actually :D Maybe the "amazing new Kizashi" wasn't all that amazing after all.

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Sad but it's their own fault. For years Suzuki has refused to give us any decent small cars. Instead we had a rebadged GM/Daewoo product sold to us as a Suzuki when they should have brought over the Swift they sell all over the world.

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Thanks Mike, for advising me not to buy the Suzuki SX4 last year. The salesreps @ Suzuki Barrie lied to me....vehemently arguing that Suzuki Canada wasn't going anywhere.Maybe NOW is a good time to hammer them for a ridiculously good deal?The SX4 WAS recommended by Phil Emdonston of Lemon-aid. I wonder what he would say now.So, if I WERE to get a stupidly good deal on one...what are the dangers...nowhere to service warranty? Short supply on parts? Other dangers?thanks,Ryan

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If I wanted the car I would still consider it, but owning an orphaned car can be a challenge, I have done it for years with daily driver Peugeots.

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Went to see the local Suziki dealer tonight...got the sales manager.

The car that was $23,788 that I test drove last November...is still there. Loaded.

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I offered him $16,500. He came back saying that lowest he could do is $21,700

FYI, NEW SX4's are only "above average" in the new Lemonaid book. 2007-2010's are recommended.

Oh, and they don't get 50mpg...they get 29-30 Fuel economy Suzuki SX4

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Who said they would get 50 mpg?Suzuki perished in part, IMO, because they stopped offering fuel efficient vehicles in Canada starting around 2002/2003Prior to that, they won awards in multiple categories every year.

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