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Suzuki Kizashi
2010-2013
2010 Redesign Year
Suzuki Kizashi 2013 Trim Shown: 2013 Others

The Kizashi is a sound and capable car, but not quite the bargain sports sedan Suzuki hyped it as being. Kizashi slots in at the smaller end of the family sedan category, with a snug cabin and tight rear seat. The ride is taut and controlled, but a little stiff. The front seats are well shaped and comfortable, the cabin is well-finished, and most drivers should find sufficient head- and legroom. Fuel economy is pretty good, but acceleration is rather leisurely and the CVT transmission makes the 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine struggle to keep up the pace. Alluring features such as keyless ignition, seat-position memory, and automatic climate control are welcome, especially at this price.

Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2013 $7,475 - $11,850 $5,285 - $9,385
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2012 $6,700 - $9,725 $4,510 - $7,310
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2011 $5,675 - $9,075 $3,480 - $6,680
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2010 $5,025 - $8,125 $2,835 - $5,735
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