Safety

In Insurance Institute for Highway Safety crash tests, the Kizashi achieved the top score of Good in frontal, side and rear impacts, and was rated Acceptable for roof strength. In this crowded class, 11 models do the Kizashi one better, earning a Good rating for roof strength, which predicts rollover protection.

The Kizashi features eight airbags, including seat-mounted torso airbags for all outboard seats, as well as side curtains. Also standard are antilock brakes and an electronic stability system with traction control. For all the Kizashi's safety features, click here.

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