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2016 Suzuki Kizashi Sport Premium Review

The Suzuki Kiazshi is a largely forgotten contender, but does it have merit?

Suzuki Kizashi Karbon Review

Suzuki Queensland has pimped the Kizashi medium car to get some showroom attention.

Suzuki Kizashi Turbo Review

We've been asking for it, and it's one step closer to reality. The Suzuki Kizashi Turbo is almost here.

Suzuki Kizashi Sport AWD Review

The Suzuki Kizashi is possibly the most underrated medium car in its segment.

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Suzuki Kizashi retires

Some seven years after first launching in Australia, the Suzuki Kizashi has been retired. The news was brought to our attention by CarAdvice reader Michael, who noticed the small mid-sized sedan had disappeared from the company's local website. A call to Suzuki Australia general manager Andrew Moore confirmed the news. "Yes, it has left us," Moore said...

Suzuki Kizashi range updated: new $29,990 driveaway entry point

The Suzuki Kizashi range has been updated with the new specifications, equipment and prices headlining the changes. Now all sharing the flagship Kizashi Sport AWD’s sports body kit, 10mm lower suspension and ‘Sport’ moniker, the three-variant line-up has a new entry-level price point. Thanks to the new pricing structure, the 131kW/230Nm 2...

Suzuki Kizashi, Grand Vitara upgraded with rear-view camera

High-grade variants of the Suzuki Kizashi and Suzuki Grand Vitara have been upgraded with a standard rear-view camera for no extra cost. The reversing camera system has been added to Kizashi Prestige ($34,990-$36,990) and Sport AWD ($39,990) models as well as the Grand Vitara Sport ($31,490-$33,490) and Prestige ($38,990) variants, integrating into the 6...

Suzuki Kizashi Track Day & Driver Training

When Suzuki launched the Kizashi, the Japanese brand promised to reinvent itself in Australia. Aiming to claim market share in the medium car segment and reposition itself as a brand for everyone. Since its launch amid the global financial crisis, the medium car segment has begun to slow down...

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Suzuki Kizashi Owner Reviews

2011 Suzuki Kizashi XL review

I bought this car for the power and economy and also for the very stylish body shape. The technology is adequate but not a point I worry about too much as long as it gets up and goes when I plant my foot which, oh boy, it does. I cant understand where some say it needs bigger donk. The Kizashi finds 100km/h in less than six seconds which is at odds with the specs I have read...

2015 Suzuki Kizashi Sport Touring review

I've always lusted after the Kizashi ever since it was launched. But, the new car price was out of my reach at the time. Finally, I've been able to buy a recent model from a dealer a few weeks ago and so far I'm delighted. My previous car was a 2010 turbo-diesel sedan with a normal six-speed automatic so it's taking me a little while to adjust to the different driving dynamics...

2012 Suzuki Kizashi Touring Review

After owning a manual version of the Kizashi for almost 4 years now I can honestly claim to be a very satisfied owner. What some people claim to be a weakness of the Kizashi (its size midway between a Mazda 3 and a Mondeo) was its appeal to my small family. I love driving and favour handling & ride compromise over other areas...

2011 Suzuki Kizashi Review

The Kizashi, or as people like to pronounce it "Kizatchi" for who knows what reason, is definitely an underrated car in the mid-sized sedan segment. Buy a Camry they say, It will last longer; buy a Mondeo they say, it's fancy and European; buy a i45 they say, it's great value for money & class leading. No, no, and no...

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Suzuki Kizashi retires

Suzuki Kizashi retires

2016 Suzuki Kizashi Sport Premium Review