Suzuki Kizashi upgrade for 2011
9th February, 2011
Suzuki has strengthened its value-for-money reputation
with an upgrade to the 2011 Kizashi model range.
Suzuki's General Manager Tony Devers yesterday announced the Kizashi would now come standard with a
driver knee airbag, bringing the total number of standard airbags to seven in all Kizashi models.
Two-wheel-drive Kizashi variants have also been rebranded as Kizashi and Kizashi Prestige, replacing
the previous XL and XLS designation.
Other enhancements include the addition of cruise control on the entry level Kizashi manual,
Bluetooth standard across the top specification Prestige and Sport AWD editions and audible front seat
belt reminders on all models.
The upgrades come at only $500 extra for the entry level Kizashi with a new starting price of just
$28,490* plus on-road costs, while the Prestige and Sport AWD retain their price of $34,990* and
$39,990* respectively, plus on-road costs.
"Since the release of Kizashi last May, we have been listening to customer feedback and worked
with the factory to introduce these important features."
"Like the recent Alto upgrade with ESC standard, we are extremely pleased to offer these
additions with next to no price increase. Once again Suzuki is redefining the term ‘value for
NOTE: * Manufacturer's List Price (MLP) excludes dealer delivery fees and the numerous
statutory charges (commonly known as on-road costs). Additionally, please note that all prices, fees
and charges are subject to change without notice.