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Would any Kizashi owners consider survey of their vehicle.
If so please include the following info:
Model year
Model Trim
How long you have owned you vehicle.
Transmission cvt or manual.
Problems you may have had.
Any other info you may want to tell us about.
A Photo of your ride
 

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Would any Kizashi owners consider survey of their vehicle.
If so please include the following info:
Model year
Model Trim
How long you have owned you vehicle.
Transmission cvt or manual.
Problems you may have had.
Any other info you may want to tell us about.
A Photo of your ride

2012
SLS
Owned for 3 months
cvt tranny
zero problems to date
 

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2010
since new
Grey
SLX (all the fruit)
Australia
CVT
22000 k
No problems at all
Loving it.
Intend to keep it for a long time
 

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Survey - 2011 Kizashi

2011 Kizashi SLS (Fully Loaded)
January 2012
Michigan
30,500 miles
CVT AWD
Goes through tires quick due to alignment setup (inside edge wear, apparently to aide in handling)
Navigation (protection fault, replaced under warranty)
Having a clank sound from rear passenger side when going over a small bumps at low speed - need to take in to dealer.
Otherwise I Love the car, fun to drive.:D
 

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Hi all,


Been away, but glad to see some new happy Kizashi owners. Thanks for the reply and hope those with minor problems are attended to, and resolved quickly. Keep us informed with any new developements. Enjoy your Kizashi's :D

Although Suzuki is all but gone from the US market, dealers will continue to honor warranty. Those dealers with 2013 GTS and SLS are holding on to their inventory. By that I mean they are offering the same discounts as if Suzuki was still around. It will catch up with them, i.e. storage insurance etc.

I am looking for an '13 SLS, but the crummy discounts being offered are not worth the gamble.:mad:
If an '13 SLS was offered at $20,000 bottom line I'd consider that.
 
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