Suzuki has officially pulled first imfges of their new Kizashi Sedan.The car was planned to mix European styling with Japanese trait. While the later corpse to be seen, the car skin an interesting appearance with a bold trellis, pleasing headlights, and a dynamic rear end. Other styling highlights include 18-edge alloy wheels and an attractive dual exhaust structure.
Power comes from a 2.4-liter DOHC inline four-cylinder engine which has a crop that is “more potent … Than many competitive best-sellers.” This is backed up by a rank six-race guide or an elective continually variable transmission (CVT) that was planned to supply outstanding fuel efficiency. Eventually, the party devices on introducing fusion exemplary but no niceties were free.
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Riding on a 107-crawl wheelbase, the Kizashi features rigid steel unibody with a reinforced front suspension and multi-linkage rear suspension that uses numerous aluminum components. The circle promises this setup will ensure “frosty, agile managing with brilliant stability.”
The car offers a huge listing of benchmark shelter gear which includes eight airbags, electronic stability hegemony, four-circle recording brakes with ABS and electronic brake-cogency distribution, projector beam headlights, and a tire bulldoze monitoring routine. Owners can also equip their Kizashi with an intelligent all-helm compel system which sends warrant to the rear wheels as quickly as the driver hints a dash-mounted wallop.
While the outer screams approach, the interior says blah. The supplies look nice enough, but any hint of a design effort is missing. Regardless, the car comes nicely equipped with banner sport seats and iPod connectivity. Options include leather upholstery, heated seats, Bluetooth connectivity, and a 425 watt Rockford Fosgate audio system.