This means rushing to and from meetings, corporate events and office errands while still having some time for lunch dates and personal obligations. Furthermore, the worsening traffic congestion in the Metro also requires an efficient set of wheels and a comfortable cabin.
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The worsening traffic congestion in the Metro also requires an efficient set of wheels and a comfortable cabin
Determined to help young professionals in keeping up with their fast-paced lifestyle, Suzuki – the popular compact car manufacturer, has rolled out the Ciaz, a subcompact sedan that delivers fuel efficiency and smooth driving experience for today’s road warriors.
Suzuki PH serves up a stylish and chic option in the Ciaz subcompact sedan. The sleek lines are likewise a balance between sharp and sporty looks, while the body hides a roomy interior that is packed with upscale touches that were once the domain of larger vehicles.
One gets an integrated multimedia unit with an Android touchscreen, as well as the convenience of audio and hands-free connectivity in the steering wheel and keyless push start system.
The Ciaz delivers fuel efficiency and smooth driving experience
First seen in 2016, the car gives buyers the right mix of driving performance, fuel efficiency, comfort, and space. It is available in three variants: the GL Manual Transmission, GL Automatic Transmission and the premium GLX.
In case you’re unaware, the Ciaz won Best in Fuel Rating under the Sedan-Gasoline Category at the Department of Energy’s Euro Fuel Eco Run, Best Subcompact Car for the Car of the Year Awards by the Car Awards Group Inc. (CAGI), and Best in Value for Money at the Auto Focus Media’s Choice Awards under the Compact Sedan category.
All told, the Ciaz makes life easy while you are on the move.
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Know more about Suzuki Ciaz 2024
The Suzuki Ciaz 2023 is the Japanese marque's entry to the subcompact sedan segment. Coming in with a facelift from 2021, this model is now offered with one variant only which is priced at Php 888,000. Powering the small sedan is a 1.4-liter K14B gasoline engine capable of generating 91 horsepower and 130 Nm of torque. It is available in a 4-speed automatic transmission only.
Moving to the dimensions, the Ciaz has a length of 4,490 mm, a width of 1,730 mm, and a height of 1,475 mm. Moreover, it gets a wheelbase and ground clearance rated at 2,650 mm and 145 mm, respectively. In the Philippines, this Japanese subcompact sedan goes up against the likes of the Toyota Vios, Mitsubishi Mirage G4, and Honda City,