Suzuki looks back on his first trip to the middle segment, the Kizashi build, today announced plans for two global Revelations in April in New York Auto Show.
The Japanese automaker has been little in the way of data for the new models (or concepts) is specified, except to say that both cars’, the Kizashi to bring to the next level. ”
Suzuki Kizashi The current range consists of three models, from the date of the Kizashi mid-level prestige and top-shelf Kizashi Sport AWD.
All three are driven by the same 2.4-liter engine, producing 131kW and 230 nm torque.
What Suzuki has planned for its new midsize sedan level remains to be seen. While a new car or coupe body style is a possibility, is planning a production version of the Suzuki Kizashi Concept Turbo at last year’s Australian International Motor Show unveils reveal.
Powered by a turbocharged version of the Kizashi’s available 2.4-liter engine, the 179kW and 330Nm turbocharged concept of torque.
The availability of a turbocharged model in the Kizashi line-up would probably be a long way for the development call for the entire region, a point conceded Suzuki Australia CEO Tony Devers show last year.
The Kizashi is set on fire in the middle, behind the Subaru Liberty, Ford Mondeo, Hyundai I45 and the best-selling Toyota Camry.
Based on the flagship sports Kizashi Concept Kizashi Turbo AWD gets the lower ride height, upgraded brakes and a front strut brace for increased rigidity. RPF1 Enkei 19-inch wheels to each corner, wrapped in 40-series Pirelli rubber.
Devers said Suzuki, the 2010 Australian International Motor Show used to customer responses to a high performance Kizashi be assessed.