2018 Maruti Ciaz Facelift Launched with more features, safety kit and new petrol engine on offer which doesn’t offer best in class power
Maruti Suzuki India Limited today launched its premium sedan Ciaz, in a brand new avatar. The New Ciaz is now offered with the revolutionary new 1.5 litre K15 petrol engine. The next generation smart hybrid with Lithium-ion battery makes its maiden appearance in the New Ciaz.
The new K15 Engine offers 105 PS of power and 138 Nm of torque from its 4-cylinder engine. As India’s first Smart Hybrid Vehicle, Ciaz continues with a new Lithium-ion battery and is Compact, designed for longer service life and contributes to improved fuel efficiency. The 1.3 litre DDiS Smart Hybrid diesel engine option will continue to get 90 Ps of power and 230 Nm of torque which is left untouched. New Ciaz delivers fuel efficiency of 21.56 Km/l in manual petrol variants and 28.09Km/l in diesel.
New Ciaz comes with aggressive road presence with new impactful exterior features:
Sharp Front Fascia with new Grille & Bumper
LED Projector Auto headlamps with DRLs (Segment first)
LED Fog Lamps and chrome Garnish
Rear LED Combination Lamps
Chrome Bezels on front & rear fascia
New Birch blonde wood grain accents with a sophisticated low gloss finish
Satin chrome highlights on dashboard & door trims
New 4.2” Multi-information coloured TFT display
Eco illumination in speedometer which dynamically changes colour based on the driving pattern.
Launched in 2014, Ciaz became the most popular mid-size premium sedan under A3 segment. Maintaining its leadership in the segment, Ciaz has sold over 2,20,000 units since launch. Retailed through the NEXA network, Ciaz has set a benchmark for customers in the mid-sized premium sedan market. The top end (Alpha) variant of Ciaz contributes a 41% of its total sales.
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