2005 Suzuki Reno is equipped to compete with the likes of the Chevrolet Aveo, the Ford Focus, the Hyundai Elantra, the Kia Spectra and the Scion xA and xB. Standard equipment includes air conditioning, a stereo with cassette and CD players, cruise control, power door locks, power mirrors, tilt steering wheel, floor mats and a timed rear window defroster. But what's unusual are the upscale touches that we don't often see in this vehicle class, including steering wheel controls for the audio system, heated exterior mirrors, 15-inch aluminum alloy wheels, a center passenger adjustable rear headrest, dual height and lumbar adjustments for the driver's seat and front underseat storage bins. Options include a power sunroof, leather interior upholstery and front fog lamps. On the safety front, the Reno provides four-wheel disc brakes, with an optional ABS augmented by electronic brake-force distribution (EBD).
In the american automotive show it was said that the reno will be priced b/w 13000-15000$ and will be good enuf to stand in the world of Toyotas and Hondas of highest standards