Suzuki Kizashi 2013 Reviews

April 5th, 2013 | 0 Comments | Suzuki

Suzuki Kizashi 2013 Reviews – Suzuki Kizashi is a mid-size car, in the U.S. and in the U.S. on July 30, 2009, uncovered an end in November 2012. October 21, 2009, December 1, 2009 in North America and Australia and New Zealand on 11 May 2010, sales in Japan at the Kizashi. Kizashi is Suzuki’s first mid-size car to be sold in the Australian market. Kizashi in India on February 2, 2011 is launched.

Kizashi is a Japanese word that “something big”, “symbol”, “symbols”, or “Warning” means, so it is possible Suzuki Kizashi is Suzuki’s an example that other automobile manufacturers recommend to the product of the future. Kizashi Suzuki’s flagship sedan and the Japanese government struggles to regulations mein and “compact” as a group exceeds the displacement of the engine in the car.

Suzuki Kizashi Model Dscription

Standard equipment includes front-wheel drive and a 2.4-liter 4-cylinder engine and 170 hp 185 pounds · m torque developed. 6-speed manual transmission available is a continuously variable transmission or infection. CVT version reduces power to 180 KW. Kizashi 17 and 18 inch alloy wheels for Akebono brakes, cloth or leather seating surfaces and an alternative to a 425 watt – Rockford Fosgate audio system with iPod connectivity and Bluetooth capability is available. All – wheel drive is optional and driver – Fwd mode is enabled to save fuel. Kizashi has 5 ANCAP safety rating 5 out from the star.

Fwd an AWD option, however, to be some value as a model of a paddle-Shift six-speed automatic will be available for the expected. In December 2010, Kizashi two motoring awards in New Zealand: 2010 AA Automotive Excellence Awards Supreme Winner and New Zealand Herald Car Year award. The car was full, refine and relax appreciated for attention.

Suzuki Kizashi Concept

Suzuki Kizashi Concept

Suzuki Kizashi in India

Maruti Suzuki, 54.2% Suzuki Motor Corporation, Maruti Kizashi owned on February 2, 2011 is launched. This is completely built units, which attract 105% import duty will be imported as is. Approximately 17.5 million from the 16. This model is a J24B 2.4 4 cylinders, 16 valve DOHC petrol engine with it. 6500 rpm-the 2400 cc engine (manual) and a peak power of 180 KW at 6000 rpm-capable of producing 185 KW. It churns 4,000 rpm-the peak torque is 170 ft · lbs. Maruti Kizashi greater fuel efficiency, lower emissions with a direct ignition system is used. The engine and other technology, the car 9 km / L city and 12 km  on the highway. The maximum fuel tank capacity of 63 L. Maruti Suzuki car, however, Kizashi has been able to sell the unit from gasoline (petrol in the car driving is an expensive compared to a diesel) does not have, and that is expensive.

Suzuki Kizashi Release Date

Suzuki Kizashi Release Date

Suzuki Kizashi 2011 New York International Auto Show

A new turbocharged 205 to 224 KW, sports and tires, motorcycle tires and exterior painting inspired by the company to attract consumers interested in the performance of the engine printer. Suzuki’s hybrid engine powered by a 2.0 L petrol belt driven by a 15 KW and a combined 127 hp 144 pound – feet of torque to “legalize” the electric motor is provided. The purpose of the six-speed automatic in the new hybrid drivetrain to improve fuel efficiency, low rolling resistance tires, regenerative BRAKING, and – start technology, which is “a significant improvement in mpg compared with conventional transmission for more help by” Suzuki.

Suzuki Kizashi 2012

Suzuki Kizashi 2012 

Steve Younan, American Suzuki Motor Corporation for automotive marketing and product planning manager, said the company plans to continue to move forward with a similar product, and that the “proof of concept is that the Kizashi EcoCharge the capability of an engine system electrical charge through a 25% in real world driving of the fuel, the production Kizashi’s dynamic handling during delivery and brakes to maintain that it is a standout category performer. ”

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