The dashboard layout is hard to fault because most of the controls are logically positioned and clearly labelled. However, anyone over six-foot will struggle to find a comfortable driving position because front headroom is quite limited. Aside from the high boot, rear visibility is pretty good.
Suzuki Kizashi Saloon space & practicality
The Kizashi is smaller than most rivals, and this is reflected inside: while rear space is reasonable, you can’t stretch out in the way that you can in a Ford Mondeo or Skoda Superb. The boot is also relatively small for the class, and there’s a big step in the Kizashi’s load floor when you fold down the rear seats. You also lose out on the practical hatchback boot opening that most rivals offer.
Suzuki Kizashi Saloon equipment
Every Kizashi comes with a long list of standard equipment that includes leather upholstery, electrically adjustable and heated front seats, cruise control, Bluetooth and a USB socket. Keyless entry is also included, as are automatic headlights, 18-inch alloy wheels and front and rear parking sensors. The only item on the options list is satellite-navigation.