Facelifted 2021 Suzuki Ciaz makes PH debut with P888K price tag

Updated Jul 12, 2021 | Same topic: Automotive Industry Updates

The Ciaz gets subtle yet distinctive design upgrades inside and out.

Suzuki Philippines is looking to shake up the subcompact sedan segment by introducing the refreshed 2021 Ciaz that features a new front end, and a revamped interior. The design changes integrated into the new Ciaz are subtle yet distinctive as compared to the outgoing model. The Japanese car brand said that its subcompact sedan offers an enhanced driver and passenger experience along with the same reliable driving performance. 

2021 Suzuki Ciaz front shot

2021 Suzuki Ciaz

Exterior

The exterior of the 2021 PH-spec Ciaz looks similar to the one that debuted in India last 2018. As a facelift model, the new Ciaz gets a restyled front end that’s highlighted by a new grille, and bumper design. The grille now gets a subtler chrome accent along with a blacked-out design, which has a sleeker finish compared to the old model. The Ciaz’s new bumper now has a more muscular, and sporty appeal. Another highlight of the 2021 Suzuki Ciaz is its LED headlights, which is a welcome upgrade from the halogens fitted on the outgoing model. 

2021 Suzuki Ciaz rear shot

The 2021 Suzuki Ciaz still has the same rear design

The side profile, and the rear of the Ciaz retain the design of its predecessor. It still comes with the familiar character lines seen on the old model as well as the same taillight design. Even the rear bumper has a carryover design, which is expected since the 2021 Suzuki Ciaz is a facelifted model. 

Interior

2021 Suzuki Ciaz interior

It now comes with an upgraded infotainment system

The 2021 Suzuki Ciaz still has a dark interior theme along with silver trims on the dashboard, and door panels. New to the Ciaz is its steering wheel design, which is now integrated with several buttons. It also gets a refined instrument cluster, fabric seats, and an upgraded infotainment system that’s placed at the center of the dashboard. The Ciaz can accommodate up to five occupants including the driver. Suzuki added that the fabric seats are ergonomically designed, which makes drives and journeys comfortable.

Tech & Safety

The upgraded infotainment system is one of the most significant updates on the 2021 Suzuki Ciaz. The said subcompact sedan is now equipped with an 8-inch infotainment system that has Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, which allows a seamless smartphone integration.  

The new Ciaz now also comes with improved safety features that include the availability of a reverse camera, dual airbags, and an anti-lock braking system (ABS) with an electronic brakeforce distribution (EBD). 

Engine

The 2021 Ciaz is still powered by the same 1.4-liter gasoline engine that produces 91 hp and 130 Nm of torque. The engine is connected to a four-speed automatic transmission.   

Pricing

2021 Suzuki Ciaz full front shot

The Ciaz's new front look

The sole variant of the 2021 Suzuki Ciaz comes with a sticker price of Php 888,000. It is available in three different exterior colors including Mineral Gray Metallic, Pure White Pearl, and Super Black Pearl.  

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<p>Suzuki Philippines&rsquo; entry to the growing demand for a sub-compact sedan is the Suzuki Ciaz. It is meant to compete with the likes of the Honda City, Nissan Almera, and the Toyota Vios. Aside from its modern, elegant styling and tons of safety features, the selling point of the Suzuki Ciaz is its spacious cabin considered to be the best in its class. Expect the utmost comfort inside provided by its roomy head and legroom. With its growing demand in Latin America, Africa, and some parts of Asia, expect this model to grace every road soon. As of the 2021 facelift, the sole variant for the Philippine market is the Ciaz 1.4-liter GL MT.</p>

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Martin is the Content Editor of Philkotse. His love for cars first started when he got a remote-controlled toy as a birthday present. Then, Martin’s interest in cars was further developed through his family’s humble collection of Japanese cars.

Martin started his writing career as an editorial assistant and writer for various magazines under ABS-CBN Publishing. Before joining Philkotse, Martin was a writer for Autoindustriya then shifted gears in 2017 to become the editor for AutoDeal.

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