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BREA, Calif. (Profitable.com) Highly-acclaimed for its sporty yet comfortable handling, near-luxury exterior and interior design without the premium price point and backed by America’s #1 Warranty, the 2011 Suzuki Kizashi was named a Consumers Digest Best Buy, adding to the sport sedan’s impressive collection of accolades since its introduction last year.
The Best Buy designation, which is based on behind-the-wheel assessment, comfort, ergonomics, styling and amenities, safety ratings, warranty, ownership costs and price, reflects Consumers Digest’s view of which 2011 vehicles offer exceptional value for the money.
More than 250 total 2011 models were reviewed in 12 categories before the 2011 Consumers Digest Best Buys were announced on Nov. 1. The Kizashi, which was described as a “home run” and a “family car for the sports-car addict,” was named a Consumers Digest Best Buy in the “Family Cars” category.
“We are extremely pleased with the recognition of the 2011 Kizashi as a Consumers Digest,” said Koichi Suzuki, executive vice president of American Suzuki Automotive Operations. “This acknowledgment from Consumers Digest shines a spotlight on the Kizashi as a safe, reliable and affordable vehicle for U.S. consumers seeking a stylish alternative to the ordinary family sedan.”
The Kizashi, Suzuki’s first available all-wheel-drive sport sedan, delivers a unique blend of dynamic performance attributes, premium design aesthetics and craftsmanship yet to be experienced in the high-volume midsize category. The Kizashi redefines the traditional performance sedan and moves the Suzuki brand upscale without abandoning Suzuki’s traditional emphasis on content and value. Furthermore, its active and energetic identity, a core component of the Suzuki brand DNA, is augmented by the vehicle’s overall mission to provide strong yet refined street performance.
The Brea, Calif.-based Operations of American Suzuki Motor Corporation (ASMC) was founded in 1963 by parent company Suzuki Motor Corporation (SMC) and currently markets its vehicles in the United States through a network of approximately 300 automotive dealerships and numerous other motorcycle, ATV and marine distributors in 49 states. With global headquarters in Hamamatsu, Japan, SMC is a diversified worldwide automobile, motorcycle, and outboard motor manufacturer. In 2009, SMC sold more than 2.3 million new cars and trucks and more than 2.8 million motorcycles and ATVs. Founded in 1909 and incorporated in 1920, SMC has operations in 196 countries and regions. For more information, visit www.media.suzukiauto.com. Suzuki can also be found on Twitter (@SuzukiAuto), Facebook (www.Facebook.com/SuzukiAuto) and YouTube (www.YouTube.com/SuzukiAutomotive).