The Suzuki Kizashi has a ‘driver’s car’ feel on a twisty road, where it displays good grip and well-controlled body roll. We have no complaints about the handling, but the downside is ride quality that is mostly ok, but delivers a bit too much unsettling thump and bump on coarsely surfaced back-roads, and does not match the overall composure of some of its rivals. Steering feel is reasonable, but at times feel a touch light and insufficiently informative.Ease of Use
Size-wise, the Suzuki Kizashi is slightly smaller than a Mondeo or Insignia, but access is reasonable front and rear, and the decently sized boot has a comfortable sill height for loading. The back seat folds to let you extend the luggage area with only a driver and front passenger on board, but disappointingly the lengthened luggage floor is not completely flat, there is a slightly awkward hump part-way back. Apart from this it is quite a versatile transporter. The cabin is convenient for the driver with well-positioned controls and clear instrumentation.
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