definitely annoying
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
41,000 miles

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2005 Suzuki Verona fuel system problems

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2005 Suzuki Verona Owner Comments

problem #2

Apr 202012

Verona 6-cyl

  • 25,000 miles


Immediately after purchasing the 2005 Verona in April 2012, from a local used car dealership, we started having problems. The check engine light came on within a day or two, the airbag and tire pressure warning lights also came on. The dealer kept telling us they could not find anything wrong to cause the engine light to come on. One mechanic finally said it was just the gas cap not being tight enough. This dealer said that they could not determine why the airbag and tire pressure lights were on. The car began hesitating when trying to accelerate and would almost stall. This would happen without warning. At times, it would not even start. After several months of this, I took it to a Suzuki dealer where they diagnosed it as a defective fuel pump. The car didn't even have 50,000 miles on it yet. At 75,000 miles I took it back to the Suzuki dealer for service to see if they could diagnose the reason for the warning lights. They said the sensors were bad and needed to be replaced. There was also a problem with the transmission starting to go bad and the rear brakes were malfunctioning. The service advisor said that it would require $8400 in parts alone to try to repair the car. He said the car was not worth it and told me it would be better to spend the money on another car. He said that this model is known for all kinds of mechanical problems and they are not usually worth fixing. I believe that the Suzuki Verona is an unsafe vehicle that should have been recalled by the factory when these types of problems started to appear. I have gone on-line and read numerous similar accounts from other owners. They are afraid to drive the car, as am I, not knowing when it will stall again or break down without warning. This model is defective and not safe to drive.

- Eloy, AZ, USA

problem #1

Aug 242014

Verona 6-cyl

  • 57,000 miles
I purchased the 2004 Suzuki Verona last year from a third party. The engine stalls in the middle of the street. It completely stops. Last year it stopped completely and would not turn on. Luckily no cars were behind me. I had to call the tow truck and fix it. The problem was with the fuel injection. I went online and checked for recall. There were recalls for the engine stall but only for 2004. The corporate office informed me that since it was a 2005 year, they cannot fix the problem. I spent almost $700 and now the problem started arising again last Saturday. The engine almost stalled. I called the corporate office again and after giving my VIN # they said that no recall have been listed with that VIN number. They even said that here were no other recall for that year and make which I know is not true. I called the national highway people and they said that there are 2 recall for that year and make but the corporate office tells me that there is none. I would be happy if you could give me some information on the recall for that VIN number. My reference number is [xxx]. information redacted pursuant to the Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA), 5 U.S.C. 552(B)(6).

- Los Angeles, CA, USA

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