4Suzuki Liana RH4

Suzuki Liana RH4 (2001-2007)

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10 reviews · Statistics

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Reviews

10 reviews
sandman
sandman
 
sharond73
sharond73AustraliaVictoria3 posts
 
frehe001
frehe001AU
 

Never again!

I bought my Liana because I believed that Suzuki was a reliable brand. I've had ongoing problems with radiator and cooling system from the very beginning (purchased second hand) and have had a problem with a leaking heater core twice. I'm not sure if this is common for these types of cars but I will never purchase one again. Plus, it appears that parts for the Liana are quite rare so fixing can get expensive. Don't waste your time!
economical, reliable to an extent
ongoing problems with radiator and heating/cooling system Show details
lilmiss
lilmissWAPerth, WA120 posts
 
hondaxl
hondaxlQLDSouth East Queensland, QLD4 posts
 

Great Little Car

Bought new 2007, 60000 Klms and less than $1000 in sevicing by Kmart auto. Replaced front tyres at 45000Klms due to alignment going out of wack ( gutter rubbing). This is my wifes car and has been brilliant for her to run arround with the grandkids. Cheap, reliable and economical to run, lots of kit at the time for reasonable money.
Good fuel ecconomy, (5k/l on trips loaded) reasonable handling, brakes well,nothing breaks
Suzuki dealer was exspensive and the service non excistant. Show details
Quality-Check
Quality-CheckVICGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC49 posts
 
technofreak1982
technofreak19824 posts
 

Terrible

I got is car 3 years ago, which I no longer have as I traded it in for another car. I got a limited edition model that was a champain colour The first in NSW or so I was told and when I saw it I fell in love with it.

I loved it for the first 6months then all the problems started. The rear sway bar came loose which I got fixed. The 3 months later the front sway bar came loose. When I told Suzuki about this they told me it was not their problem.

They handle ok but very bad understear, few times I've had to adjust the stearing to make a turn. Also the brakes are not very good takes for ever to stop. Cost heaps for fuel too
Nice price, lots of added extras.
Very large size. Cost heaps to maintian and run Show details

timothy99
timothy99
 

Excellent

absolute great car and wish they still made them. would reconmend one to anyone and would buy another one if could.
huge inside, lots of power for a little car, big boot, very economical, absoult fantastic to drive, good sound system that comes with the car too.
nothn really. had to have the exhasut fixed after 100,000km but thats just wear and tear and only cost $90 to fix Show details
mark.mcconaghy
mark.mcconaghy3 posts
 
rewarding_07
rewarding_07QLDSouth East Queensland, QLD129 posts
 

Excellent

Living in a remote location I have had to drive many thousands of kilometres in my Liana. I have been very impressed with the reliability of the Liana as well as the excellent fuel economy which makes it an excellent value vehicle when considering the retail price is very reasonable too. When returning to the city on long weekends we have a car load of luggage and passengers and always seem to fit it all in easily. Overall, an excellent vehicle that I would buy again.
Fuel Economy, Reliability and Excellent Interior Space for this type of vehicle
Genuine parts are quite expensive and can be hard to get hold of quickly Show details

Questions & Answers

Barbara
Barbara

I have to replace fog lights due to lens cracks. What will fit Suzuki Liana 2005 ..trying to get used or is it legal if not being used to blank the holes there.

Nicky N
Nicky N

How many km is the 2005 Laini motor good for and what would you pay for this years with 303226 on it

Omar S.
Omar S.

Hye.. help me please? i bought suzuki liana 2003 model.. i've change the drive shaf yesteray.. but when i fully turn and exealerate.. kleking sound heard.. so what should i do next.. did anyone face the same prob? Please do share...

Chuck Sneed
Chuck Sneed  

Check your CV Shafts

Details

CategoryHatchbacks and Sedans
Starting Price $17,990
TransmissionManual
Drive TypeFront Wheel Drive (FWD)
Fuel TypePetrol
Wheels14" Steel
Fuel Tank Capacity 50 L
Engine4 Cylinder 1.6L
Max Power76kW @ 5500rpm
Max Torque144Nm @ 4000rpm
Country of ManufactureJapan
Manufacturer Warranty3 year(s)
Release date
Discontinuation date

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