2011 Suzuki Kizashi SLS Sport review

A Bullz-Eye.com staff member breaks down the 2011 Suzuki Kizashi SLS Sport in his latest review.

The 2011 Suzuki Kizashi Sport SLS might not be as well known as some of the other nameplates in the marketplace, which for some folks is a welcome change. If you’re someone who likes to stand out and do your own thing, the Kizashi just might be the car for you.

The first thing I noticed on our 2011 Suzuki Kizashi Sport SLS was how refined and upscale this Azure Gray Metallic car was. The 2011 model year is only the second copy of the Kizashi but I can tell you that Suzuki did their homework when designing the exterior of this sporty ride. The Kizashi Sport has a muscular front fascia and lower grille lower body side moldings with chrome accents, custom lightweight 18-inch alloy wheels and a trunk mounted spoiler. The overall stance of the Sport model has been lowered by 10mm which enhances the Kizashi’s handling and gives it that genuine sports sedan look.

The interior of the 2011 Suzuki Kizashi Sport SLS felt like it belonged to a much higher priced vehicle. Our test model included push button ignition, 10-way power driver seat with memory, dual zone auto climate control, 425W Rockford Fosgate CD Audio with booming 10 speakers, iPod and MP3 USB Port. The Kizashi also had Bluetooth hands free calling, a leather steering wheel, power moon roof and heated mirrors. I also want to mention the upscale black appointed leather seats as they were some of the most comfortable and stylish seats I have seen in a vehicle with a 20k sticker price. Suzuki used the same leather to accent the door panels. That’s a detail normally used in much more expensive sedans than the Kizashi Sport. The dashboard is sleek with a very clean center stack, featuring quality dials and buttons that also give that feel of “affordable luxury”.

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