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Latest model: Suzuki Kizashi 2010
Suzuki, known primarily as a manufacturer of small cars and high-performance motorcycles, marks the global debut of the 2010 Suzuki Kizashi (pronounced Kee-zah-shee), the company's first entry into the all-wheel-drive sport sedan segment. Benchmarked against some of the leading vehicles in the world, the all-new 2010 Suzuki Kizashi becomes an instant car-of-the-year contender in its own right. With the release of the Suzuki Kizashi, Suzuki provides a original blend of dynamic performance attributes with luxury layout aesthetics and craftsmanship yet to be experienced in this category. Planned to arrive in North American showrooms this winter, the Suzuki Kizashi will serve as the company's main car, further expanding and strengthening its current offering line of luxury small vehicles, trucks and Suvs.
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In developing and naming our newest auto introduction, the Japanese word 'kizashi', which tells that something great is coming, seemed appropriate for the car, explained Kevin Saito, president, American Suzuki. Now that the production model Suzuki Kizashi has arrived, we expect the name and the offering itself to clearly demonstrate the bold statement this company knew it would be making with the debut of this car — while also simultaneously suggesting what will emerge in the Suzuki lineup as we exterior ahead to the future.
The Suzuki Kizashi sport sedan, which originates from the Suzuki Kizashi Concept series presented over the last two years, follows a alike layout theme and appreciation for performance previously illustrated by the three eye-catching and immaculately developed concept cars. The production Suzuki Kizashi redefines the conventional performance sedan and moves the Suzuki make upscale. Furthermore, its active and energetic identity, a core part of the Suzuki make DNA, is tempered by the vehicle's overall mission to offer a strong, refined urban performance.
Built at Suzuki's brand-new manufacturing facility in Sagara, Japan, the 2010 Suzuki Kizashi is equipped with a traditional 2. 4-liter DOHC inline four-cylinder motor product a more potent traditional motor than many competitive best-sellers. The motor employs both an aluminum block and cylinder heads, providing a lightweight installation; aluminum pistons with low tensile force rings deliver enhanced performance and efficiency. Dropped-forged connecting rods, rotating on a forged metal crankshaft, contribute to the inline four's durability, and a balancer shaft provides enhanced motor balance and reduced noise, vibration and harshness (NVH).