The Suzuki Ciaz was introduced in 2014 as a replacement for the Suzuki SX4. The Suzuki SX4 was developed in partnership with Fiat, an Italian automobile company. It was then sold both as a front-wheel and four-wheel-drive vehicle.
Though receiving worldwide success and releasing first and second generation, the company decided to upgrade and introduce it as the Suzuki Ciaz in 2016. Currently, this luxurious automobile is enjoyed in China (where it is called the Suzuki Alivio), India, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, and other parts of the world.
Aside from its noticeably large size compared to other sedans, the Suzuki Ciaz is undeniably attractive. Its fascia has a well designed horizontal grille bearing the famous “S” logo. Wide halogen headlights with high beam reflectors aid you while driving at night.
Its side has subtle lines from the front wheel up to the taillights, giving this sedan a slight sporty aura. The back is also geared with halogen lamps strategically placed on the panels in the rear quarter.
Overall, the look of this car is premium and can be mistaken for a higher-priced automobile.
To go with its classy aura, the Ciaz’s interior is dominated by the color black. Top variants come with synthetic dark leather panels and seats. Its dashboard, filled with necessities, is made of high-quality plastic. Cupboards, door pockets, and cubby holes are strategically distributed inside letting its passengers store valuables while enjoying the ride.
As stated, it offers a spacious cabin. Its 2,650mm wheelbase provides generous legroom for 5 full-grown adults. Its cargo capacity at the rear is impressive. Its trunk can carry a couple of luggage, boxes, etc. weighing 495 liters.
Top Ciaz variants are equipped with automatic climate control, keyless entry, push-button start, rear sensors for parking, and an eight-inch infotainment system that can also be used for navigation. Base models have smaller units. It connects through AUX, Bluetooth, and USB.
In terms of safety, this sedan is built with an anti-lock braking system with electronic brakeforce distribution, an immobilizer for its engine, dual airbags for passengers at the front, childproof locks at the rear doors, and three-point seat belts and lap belts.
The base frame and other significant details of this automobile are inherited from the Suzuki SX4. The new Suzuki Ciaz is set up with a Macpherson Strut suspension at its front wheels and a torsion beam with coil spring at the back. This compact sedan measures 4,490mm long and 1,730 wide and is supported by 15-inch alloy wheels for the GL variants, and 16-inch alloy sets for the GLX types.
This front-engine, front-wheel-drive car is powered by a K14B 1.4L DOHC, four-cylinder gasoline engine. It promises to produce 91 hp with a torque of 130 Newton meter. As for its transmission, you may opt for a four-speed automatic or a five-speed manual transmission.
The new Suzuki Ciaz is a versatile car as it can smoothly accelerate on the busy streets of the Metro or conquer challenging streets in rural areas.
Manual | Gasoline | 5 seats
Manual | Gasoline | 5 seats
When it comes to the price, a brand new Suzuki Ciaz could cost you ₱ 873,000 for the top-of-the-line Suzuki Ciaz GL 1.4 AT or at least ₱ 823,000 for the entry-level Suzuki Ciaz GL 1.4 MT. Still too pricey? Philkotse.com also offers a wide range of second hand Ciaz cars for sale by either private sellers or car dealers across the country.
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Car price: ₱823,000
Car price: ₱785,000