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2010 Suzuki Kizashi Achieves Five-Star NHTSA Rating

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With the new 2010 Kizashi Sedan, Suzuki done a brilliant job in making an affordable yet very well-equipped and, as it turns out, very safe family car. IT has recently achieve five-star safety rating form U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) n both the frontal and side-impact crash tests for all seating positions.

It’s no wonder the Kizashi scored so high, because even in the basic trim levels it comes packed with standard safety features including eight airbags and a tire pressure monitoring system. Moreover it offers a reinforced rigid chassis for added stability – via sport-tuned suspension – and control; four-wheel disc brakes with ABS and electronic brake-force distribution; Electronic Stability Program (FWD) or Intelligent Vehicle Stability Program (AWD); and excellent visibility via unobstructed sight lines, fold-down rear headrests and available rear sonar and backup camera.

That;s why Suzuki believes that their lovely Kizashi already meets some of the crash standards put in place for the year 2014, including rigorous side pole crash, side barrier crash, and European pedestrian protection standards.

The 2010 Suzuki Kizashi is currently on sale starting from $18,999 for FWD  Kizashi S and $21,749 for AWD version of the same trim, and $24,399 for the better equipped SLS model with FWD manual transmission. The AWD version of the SLS with a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) costs $26,749.

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