Winning Styling

The Kizashi actually turns heads, and that's rare in the midsize sedan class. After more than a year, I like it even more; with the new Sport treatment, the car looks a bit more aggressive without going over the top. Our Platinum Silver Metallic paint looked excellent, and the grille's metallic look is very nicely executed. It's not metal, but it doesn't look too plasticky.

Ditto for the interior, the quality of which continues to impress, despite the fact that the market has continued to advance. Both in our comparison test and in casual test drives of different Kizashi models, observers have described the quality as above average. Leather costs more, but that doesn't always translate to quality. Thankfully, in the Kizashi Sport SLS, the leather was as good for its type as the fabric was in the GTS.

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