Suzuki is redefining the medium car market with a dramatic design overhaul of the stunning Kizashi sedan.
The three-model line-up now boasts an identical sports body kit, making the Kizashi range the most stylish medium car in the market with an aggressive new stance sitting 10mm lower. The new line-up means each variant boasts the ‘Sport’ motif as a result of the update.
The entry level Sport Touring now carries an impressive list of standard kit including sports body kit, 18-inch wheels, fog lamps, factory integrated Bluetooth, seven airbags including knee airbag, dual zone climate control and keyless entry and start.
Next step is the Sport Prestige, which adds a plethora of equipment including heated and powered leather seats, satellite navigation with integrated Bluetooth and reversing camera, front and rear parking sensors, dusk-sensing HID headlamps, rain sensing windscreen wipers, photo chromatic rear vision mirror and sunroof.
Topping the range is the Sport AWD, which boasts an exclusive leather steering wheel and unique silver stitching on the seats.
The Sport AWD also features Suzuki’s acclaimed intelligent AWD system, which represents the pinnacle of driving dynamics.
Drawing on more than 40 years of engineering expertise, Suzuki has developed an active all-wheel drive system designed to maximise the driving experience.
Power for the Kizashi comes from a 2.4-litre DOHC in-line four cylinder engine, which realizes excellent performance of 131 kW at 6000 rpm and 230 Nm at 4000 rpm with outstanding fuel efficiency.
Kizashi Sport Touring is available with a six-speed manual or the acclaimed continuously variable transmission (CVT).
The Sport Prestige and Sport AWD versions are available only in CVT, with rally inspired steering wheel mounted paddle shifts.
The high levels of safety inherent in all Kizashi variants begin with a light, energy-absorbing body in which structures that absorb and disperse impact energy are combined with a deformation-resisting cabin in line with Suzuki’s proprietary Total Effective Control Technology concept.
Suzuki Australia Automobile General Manager Tony Devers is confident the new look Kizashi line-up can further boost sales of its class-leading mid-size sedan.
For more information please visit www.suzuki.com.au