Cars.com Podcast: 2010 Suzuki Kizashi, 2010 Kia Forte Koup

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Some automakers use the letter K when they don’t need to, like Kia with its odd spelling of the Forte Koup. Others, like Suzuki, use it to inspire bellowing out a name, like with Kizashi. Cars.com editors David Thomas and Joe Wiesenfelder explain why both cars are remarkable in their own special way.  

You can download the podcast via iTunes here or click the play button below.

Cars.com Podcast #36


Comments 

JG

FYI guys; you loaded an older podcast in the flash player.

JG,
OOPs! We're working on it! Thanks for the heads up. Should be seconds.

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