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Hello from down under.

PostPosted:Thu Jan 10, 2019 10:29 am
by Gange
Hi, I am Glenn from Australia :D

I have just bought a 2015 sport awd auto :) :) :)

I look forward to participating here and gaining as much knowledge about my car as possible ;)

Re: Hello from down under.

PostPosted:Thu Jan 10, 2019 12:06 pm
by Woodie
Welcome Glenn/Gange!

Unless you have documentation that shows it has been done, change your CVT fluid.

Re: Hello from down under.

PostPosted:Fri Jan 11, 2019 7:47 am
by KuroNekko
Welcome.
A 2015 Kizashi may be the latest model year I've heard of for the vehicle. They stopped selling them in the US and Canada after model year 2013.

Re: Hello from down under.

PostPosted:Fri Jan 11, 2019 9:38 am
by Camel
Nope, I've recently bought a 'new' 2016 model. Seems that Suzuki unloaded large volumes of vehicles on to the Australian dealerships who then were required to register them in order to bump up sales statistics. Two years later they were heavily discounting to get them off the showroom floor. I picked mine up for under half price of the original selling price. It was a 'demo' model with just under 16,000 kays, still have the five year warranty.

Re: Hello from down under.

PostPosted:Fri Jan 11, 2019 2:09 pm
by Ronzuki
WESHOOT should move to Aussie-land....

Re: Hello from down under.

PostPosted:Fri Jan 11, 2019 6:19 pm
by WESHOOT2
Their firearms policies preclude that move...........

Re: Hello from down under.

PostPosted:Sat Jan 12, 2019 6:57 am
by KuroNekko
Camel wrote:Nope, I've recently bought a 'new' 2016 model. Seems that Suzuki unloaded large volumes of vehicles on to the Australian dealerships who then were required to register them in order to bump up sales statistics. Two years later they were heavily discounting to get them off the showroom floor. I picked mine up for under half price of the original selling price. It was a 'demo' model with just under 16,000 kays, still have the five year warranty.


Oh, I meant on this site.
It makes sense what you said about the Kizashis in Australia as by that time, Suzuki had planned to discontinue the model so they were liquidating their inventory of Kizashis in markets with Suzuki dealers that could sell them. The Japanese government bought a bunch too as unmarked police vehicles.