Maruti Ciaz interior images reveals dashboard, steering, seats, rear AC vents

Maruti Ciaz interior dashboard

To be launched in India by Diwali 2014, new Maruti Ciaz was recently spied while on test. The latest spy shots of Maruti Ciaz production variant reveals much of the interiors like the steering wheel design, seat quality, dashboard, multimedia system, rear AC vents, and much more.

Maruti Ciaz interior dashboardFirst unveiled at the 2014 Delhi Auto Expo, Maruti Ciaz will replace the SX4 sedan, which now has been discontinued in India. Once launched, Ciaz will compete with the likes of Honda City and Hyundai Verna.

Apart from India, the Ciaz will also be launched in China, where it premiered at the Beijing Motor Show as Suzuki Alivio Concept. Just yesterday, the first images of Suzuki Alivio exteriors were revealed without any camouflage. And now, today the interiors of the car has been revealed.

From the spy shots leaked (credit to Auto Home), it is clear that Maruti Ciaz will feature amongst the best interiors in the segment. On offer will be rear ac vents, leather seats, instrument control featuring both digital and analogue meters, steering mounted pedal shifters (only on the automatic CVT variant), and huge rear legroom.

suzuki alivio vs maruti ciazThe new Ciaz / Alivio has been designed to offer best in class rear seat comfort. 4,545 mm in length, 1,730 mm in width and 1,475 mm in height, engine options on offer will include both petrol and diesel powered units. For petrol, it will be 1.4l engine with 95 PS and 130 Nm, while diesel unit will be 1.3l Fiat MultiJet with 90 PS and 200 Nm torque.

Transmission options for petrol will be manual and automatic, while for diesel it will be only manual. For China, there will be no diesel engine on offer. Only engine option will be in form of 1.6l DOHC petrol 4 cylinder engine with new six speed gearbox which will offer better mileage.

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Sagar Patel

Sagar Patel

A first drive in a manual rickety old van was enough to pave the road forward for Editor-in-Chief, Sagar Patel. When not driving or riding, his dexterity shifts gear to voice passion through words via reviews, and news, all the while, closely monitoring updates from the auto industry.

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  • Devansh

    If Maruti manages to get these interiors to India as well, then there is some serious competition to the new City.