Suzuki Forenza with Broken Timing Belt - Part 1 (Timing Cover Removal)
The Suzuki Forenza is a compact family car that was first introduced by the Japanese car company Suzuki in 2004. In essence, the Suzuki Forenza car is an analogue of the Chevrolet Lacetti model, which, according to General Motors' plans, is intended for export to the USA (this model replaced the previously produced Daewoo Nubira car). Along with Forenza for the North American market was presented a similar model in the back of a hatchback called the Suzuki Reno. It should be noted that the production of Lacetti was launched in 2003. The manufacturer Suzuki Forenza offers two body options: 4-door sedan and 5-door station wagon. The length of the sedan is 4 500 mm, versatile - 4 564 mm. The height of the sedan is inferior to the wagon 55 mm (1 445 mm). The width of both the sedan and station wagon is 1,725 mm. The curb weight of the car is 1,220 kg for the sedan and 1,290 kg for the station wagon. Note that on the exterior of the Suzuki Forenza worked well-known Italian bodybuilding studio Pininfarina under the guidance of designer Giorgetto Giugiaro (Giorgetto Giugiaro).
The car Suzuki Forenza can be equipped with one of three options for four-cylinder gasoline engines: a top-end power unit with a volume of 2.0 liters and 127 hp. and engines of 1.6 and 1.8 liters and 106 hp and 120 hp respectively. As for the transmission, here the manufacturer offers two options: 5-speed manual transmission or 4-speed automatic transmission. The maximum speed of cars varies from 184 km / h to 200 km / h - it depends on the equipment chosen by the buyer.
The front suspension of the Suzuki Forenza type "MacPherson", and the rear independent two-lever with a jet lever, providing a change in the angle of convergence of the wheels. This combination allows the car to gently and comfortably move along the roads, even with not very high-quality coating. The braking system includes disc front and rear brake mechanisms, as well as Bosch's anti-lock ABS and electronic brake-force distribution (EBD). From the technical equipment can be noted and the presence of power steering.
The equipment of the cabin of the car Suzuki Forenza, includes options such as mirrors with electric, audio system, front and side airbags. In addition, for an extra charge, the buyer can order a large hatch.
Suzuki Forenza production continues at the present time at the Bupyong plant in South Korea.