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Greetings from Wisconsin!

PostPosted:Sat Nov 07, 2020 5:30 pm
by KiZoo
Hello everyone!

Probably the newest member here.
While out running errands with my wife about 2 weeks ago, I spotted my 2012 Kiz SE leather edition sedan.
My wife, who is hard to impress even commented how beautiful it was from the passenger seat of the old minivan as we drove by. A little further down the road, we looked at each other and flipped a u-turn next chance. We walked into the dealer lot, kicked the tires, peeked inside then proceeded to talk to the owner of the small business..getting more info.
They had literally just gotten this car in and inspected days before we showed up. Clean carfax.
Well, I had to drive this car now. Took it for a spin, checked everything out and within an hour, bought it cash on the spot. Something I have never done before.
The car has 132k babied miles on the clock and runs and drives like new!
*Pics posted in galley thread*

It's become my baby!
Happy to have found this forum. Lots to learn.

-James aka KiZoo

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Re: Greetings from Wisconsin!

PostPosted:Sun Nov 08, 2020 9:14 pm
by NickL
Sometimes the best things in life happpen suddenly. Hopefully it's gonna be the case with you Babe. These 2.4 4 cylinder Engines are proved to be capable to last many, many miles.

Re: Greetings from Wisconsin!

PostPosted:Sun Nov 08, 2020 10:12 pm
by KiZoo
NickL wrote:Sometimes the best things in life happpen suddenly. Hopefully it's gonna be the case with you Babe. These 2.4 4 cylinder Engines are proved to be capable to last many, many miles.
I'm hoping to wring some miles out of this little girl.


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Re: Greetings from Wisconsin!

PostPosted:Mon Nov 09, 2020 7:59 am
by KuroNekko
Welcome!
Your car looks great in the photos from the other post. You also found the perfect place to discuss the Kizashi.

Re: Greetings from Wisconsin!

PostPosted:Mon Nov 09, 2020 2:02 pm
by KiZoo
KuroNekko wrote:Welcome!
Your car looks great in the photos from the other post. You also found the perfect place to discuss the Kizashi.
Thanks!

I just ordered rear shocks as one of them is blown out..pretty common from what I'm reading. Also a pretty easy job.
While at it I ordered 6 quarts of Castrol synthetic (black) CVT oil, pan gasket and upper paper filter.

Getting ready to dig in soon.

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