2011 Suzuki Kizashi SE This 1 has a 2.4L DOHC 4 Cyl making 180 HP - while sadly it's paired to a CVT transmission. This was my first encounter with a Kizashi & I was overall impressed with it. Interior quality was very decent with lots of material which are soft to the touch. Though, there is quite of bit of cheap Hard plastics here & there, but it doesn't slap you in the face like many cars. The upholstery was very soft & the seats were very supportive& comfy. Rear seat legroom wasn't best but it will suffice perfectly for those who are 6 feet tall. Radio & climate control layout was very simple & easy to understand. Door panels & arm rest were also well padded. Overall, the best interior I've ever seen & felt in a Suzuki. The biggest downfall here is the CVT. CVT's simply are not fun to drive nor do they deliver a fun experience. This car would've been perfect with a 6 Speed auto. Anyways, this CVT setup does offer Manual shift mode which simulates gear shifting of a traditional Auto but it's still not the same. Overall, I really liked this car but it still needs to mature a bit until more engine options are offered. So far, the 2.4L 4 Cyl making 180 HP is the only engine option. A vehicle like this would've been so sweet if it f had a Turbo. That type of engine paired to the available 6 speed manual would make this quite a ride.
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