CHAPEL HILL, NC – The new ’10 Suzuki Kizashi midsize sedan is expected to bring fresh faces into the auto maker’s U.S. showrooms – would-be buyers who care more about flash than frugality. “With this vehicle, we think we can get a more upscale, affluent buyer,” Gene Brown, American Suzuki Motor Corp. vice president-marketing and public relations, says at a media event here. It is critical for Suzuki to attract a new type of buyer due to the collapse of the credit market. The typical ...

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