The Kizashi commands the road first with its rugged but sporty body and continues to instill greatness with top-notch part styling, sporty reference and an ergonomically safe cabin. The jellied chassis and dulcet sit are surprises, and overall this car is an intelligent choice for impassioned drivers who have the necessity for a midsize sedan with personality. The 2011 Suzuki Kizashi sports package is a brilliant touch to an already stellar performance car. With its lightweight 18-inch sport wheels and sporty aero body kit, Kizashi is ready to take on the road.


The 2011 Suzuki Kizashi has a sport-designed wheel that gives the car ultimate control when you take on the winding roads and a tilt telescoping wheel which provides amazing convenience for the driver. It features a 10-way PWR driver seat and memory, Bluetooth hands-free calling and a blasting 425 watt Rockford Fosgate 10-speaker sound system with easy access iPOD, CD audio, mp3 USB plug-in port in the dash. So you can just plug in and hit the road. Though it has a sporty feel, the vehicle seats five comfortably.


As well as having a great kick, the Kizashi can handle with the best of them. Thanks to a 2.4L DOHC 16-valve 1-4 engine, 180 horses with a six-speed manual or automatic transmission, 170 lbs-ft torque, advanced all-wheel drive, four-wheel suspension and a rear-multilink four-wheel disc braking system, the Kizashi has one of the best one-two punches on the road.

Safety and Security

Suzuki swung for the fences on the Kizashi, and not only does it provide quickness but its safety has just been voted first in the all-wheel-drive sport sedan segment and has earned the highest possible ratings in the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) crash tests. The Kizashi was awarded a five-star rating in both the frontal and side-impact crash tests for all seating positions.

The all-new automobile is leading the list of standard safety equipment, including class-exclusive standard eight airbags and a tire pressure monitoring system. Lastly the Kizashi already meets some of the crash standards put in place for the year 2014, including rigorous side pole crash, side barrier crash and ultra rigid structure.

All of this makes the Kizashi a car to be reckoned with on the road, and Suzuki has more automobiles that run in line with the Kizashi that may be what the young urban audience will talk about in the future.

By the way, if you decide to check out the Kizashi, I recommend the Cherry Red. It’s a definite eye turner.