2011 Suzuki Kizashi is Largest Sedan For Suzuki

    An even more aggressive Concept Kizashi 2 followed at the October Tokyo Motor Show then a third variation debuted at the March, 2008 New York Auto Show. This one, Concept Kizashi 3, was much tamer and more production-realistic. It looked, in fact, a lot like the real thing is now hitting the market and demonstrated Suzuki was serious about taking on the well-established entries in the U.S. market's most competitive car class. Inside, the fits and materials are generally good, though not up to typical Euro-sedan standards, and the seats are handsome and nicely supportive with available leather trim. The instrument panel's major gauges have a precision look: Its faux brushed-aluminum-rimmed center stack mirrors the front grille's rounded-V shape, and its controls are intuitively easy to see, reach and operate. We especially appreciated the nicely padded three-spoke steering wheel with handy spoke-mounted audio and other controls.


    Largest Sedan For Suzuki

    The Kizashi is different from previous Suzuki models for a number of reasons, most particularly as it will become the largest car sold by the automaker. Long dependent on compact cars as well as sport/utility vehicles for its fleet, the Kizashi will go far in helping retain customers who want more interior room but aren't interested in an SUV or crossover vehicle. Notably, the midsize segment is the most competitive of all car categories, for the simple reason that it is the standard "family car" that buyers want. Without an entry in this segment, Suzuki has been losing sales to its competitors, a glaring omission that the Kizashi will remove.

    2011 Suzuki Kizashi is Largest Sedan For Suzuki

    2011 Suzuki Kizashi is Largest Sedan For Suzuki

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