2005 Suzuki Verona Straight 6 cylinder from North America


Great car for the price


Right side doors rattle.

General Comments:

Great car except for the rattle.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 20th April, 2006

6th Sep 2007, 01:27

It's not a straight 6, and you really haven't owned it very long.

25th Jun 2013, 23:30

The Suzuki Verona was fitted with an inline (straight) 6 cylinder engine. I know, because I owned one (2004 Verona S). Just to clarify the previous comment.

5th Jul 2014, 07:12

My Suzuki Verona has a V6 engine that jerks and hesitates a lot.

2005 Suzuki Verona EX 2.5 V6 from North America


Worthless crap


I bought the car in January, and had nothing but problems with the car.

2 weeks after I bought it the Check Engine light came on and when it did, the engine would sputter and stall.

Many time I had to start it over and over on cold mornings.

Then comes the bad news, I took it to the dealer and they looked at it and said I messed with it and the warranty was VOID.

General Comments:

I think Suzuki has some of the worst cars on the market. Their designing is nice, but looks ARE deceiving with the Suzukis. Daewoo is giving Suzuki a BAD NAME. Also because they are korean, they are making Hyundai and Kia look bad which are NOT bad cars. I currently own a 1996 Sephia with 156,000 miles on it and never had a problem.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No

Review Date: 10th May, 2005

11th May 2005, 08:54

So, what did you mess with on the engine?

15th May 2005, 05:52

Your review seems a bit confusing; you do realise that Suzuki are Japanese, not Korean?

17th May 2005, 04:32

Yes, Suzuki is Japanese, but the cars are built in Korea by crappy Daewoo. Therefore making them a Korean car.

16th Sep 2005, 21:39

Yes, the " Verona " is built in Korea at the Daewoo plant that was purchased by Suzuki. It was designed by Daewoo and was to be their next attempt at the North American market before they bailed out. The Vitara models and previous blends, Chev Tracker, Pontiac Sunchaser, etc. were built in Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada in a joint venture with G.M./Suzuki called the " Cami " plant.