Maruti Suzuki Kizashi to stop production globally

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We could see this coming as the Kizashi, no matter how powerful and posh in its class has not been able to survive in the Indian markets. There are just a handful you might spot in each state. Similar has been the case in the markets outside India and it has now been declared that the car will go off-production globally.

Suzuki Australia’s Managing Director Masaaki Karo said, “That’s my headache, Kizashi was a very unlucky car. We had so many arguments about the question: how to handle Kizashi. At that time, frankly speaking, we should not have introduced the car into the market in 200. But you see, we made a big investment to develop this car… After heavy and hard discussion, we decided to introduce this Kizashi,” Kato added. He further told that the company commenced development of turbocharged and V6 performance variants of Kizashi, along with an estate model, but quite suddenly, all these plans “completely disappeared.

He also expressed that Kizashi has not been able to meet up the expectations of the buyers, may be it does not have a nice impression of a mid-size sedan buyers and the way they want it.

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