I'm looking to install a new stereo into my Gal's 2001 Suzuki Esteem Wagon. I can't seem to find any real good information on this process and was wondering if anyone had any pointers as to what to expect from the Factory Stereo system and the Dash mounting that I will be dealing with. I refuse to drop $100+ on an entire manual when all I'm looking for is info on the audio system so, if anyone can send some knowledge my way, that'd be great. Thanks! :confuse:
I have an 2001 suzuki esteem wagon bought in 2002 with 4500 miles. as of 10/20/09 it only has 35000 miles on it. Last week we were going to town and the front sub frame just rusted out and broke. Could have been very bad but we were going slow. I called American Suzuki in Ca. and they are looking into it. I hope they man up and help me get it fixed. I have owned Suzuki motorcycles all my life and this is the first car I hope to keep it a long time. So come on American Suzuki and help a guy out.
If you drive or plan to buy 2001 Suzuki Esteem Wagon then you should know what all the characteristics mentioned in the pamphlet mean to you. For example, here you can find out everything about MPG and EPA mileage est rates, what dimensions (length, width, height and wheel base) your actual or future car has. You can find out everything about suspension so you can estimate whether it is appropriate for the roads of your city or not. For the most part, this kind of information doesn’t play a crucial role in the choice, however you should admit that knowing all about different kinds of car warranty, trims and 2001 Suzuki Esteem Wagon technical specification allows you to get the best value for money acquiring all the necessary functions and technologies and not wasting money on the rest of useless features.
My daughter bought the 2001 Suzuki Esteem Wagon in 2004 to drive between college and student teaching. It had 60,000 miles on it. When she graduated I bought it from her to drive to work with 90,000 miles. I have driven it now 5 years and it has 212,000 miles. So far there have been no major repairs required. My husband finds it uncomfortable but I don't have any problems driving it. It is low to the ground and tends to catch flying rocks on the windshield that a taller vehicle would have hit the grill. It averages 30-31 MPG highway, which is the majority of my driving. I would like cruise control. The biggest problem has been an oil leak at the head gasket and the CD doesn't work.