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Thread: J20A vs J20B

  1. #11
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    Thanks. I'm good with mechanical and engineering projects, I'm actually a collision repair tech.
    '13 Suzuki SX4 6spd AWD/ '84 Buick Regal turbo/'84 Isuzu Impulse/'66 Crown Corvair/'66 Buick Riviera GS/'65 Corvair turbo

  2. #12
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    Nov 2010
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    Puyallup, WA
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    Cool

    I still have my 2007 SX4 with out any break down and 120,000 miles on it as my daily driver so that I don't put that much mile and my fun car genesis coupe 3.8 2013. I love driving the sx4 as a DD. As for the j20b with cvt, I would not touch it, I don't like cvt and from what I have research, the only benefit is fuel economic, which has been prove to be the opposite or neutral, in general with all car manufactures, just my opinion.

    I also wish Suzuki would still be here or came back!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dowser View Post
    Having owned a 2007 with J20A/5 speed manual (143 hp) AND a 2012 with J20B/6 speed manual (151 hp), I can say I like the J20B the best. It has a much wider power band, due to the variable valve timing, and better fuel mileage. I have 165,000 miles on the J20B (mostly highway miles). It has been very trouble-free to this point. It has been the best car for the money I have ever owned. I wish Suzuki was still in the North American market so I could buy a new Suzuki.
    Present 93 Scoupe Turbo, 04 RX8 GT, 07 Sx4 Crossover, 05 Grand Cherokee Laredo
    Past 81 Corolla, 86 Rx7, 92 Civic si, 93 Rx7 Twin Turbo, 91 Mx6 Turbo, 01 RSX Type-s

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