Maruti Ciaz is the 11th car from the company which has been updated to BS6 compliant standards. Just like other Maruti BS6 cars, this one too is devoid of diesel engine.
Maruti Suzuki India today launched the BS6 Ciaz sedan. In addition to the launch of BS6 Ciaz, the company has also announced launch of new top variant, called Ciaz S. Price of base variant starts from Rs 8.31 lakhs, while top Ciaz S BS6 variant costs Rs 10.08 lakhs.
Mr. Shashank Srivastava, Executive Director (Marketing & Sales), Maruti Suzuki India Limited said, “Ciaz since its launch in 2014, has been the most popular mid-size sedan and has witnessed consistent growth. With over 2.7 lakh happy customers and record 29% market share in its segment, Ciaz is popular for its impactful exteriors, sophisticated interiors and strong performance. There was a latent need from our sedan loving customers for a Sporty version of Ciaz. Ciaz S fulfils that need and it adds a sporty quotient to the premium mid-sized sedan and appeal to the customers desiring ‘the good life’. We are confident Ciaz S will be appreciated by customers.”
|CIAZ BS6||Price ex-sh||CIAZ BS6||Price ex-sh|
|Sigma (MT)||8.31L||Delta (AT)||9.97L|
|Delta (MT)||8.93L||Zeta (AT)||10.80L|
|Zeta (MT)||9.70L||Alpha (AT)||11.09L|
Exterior highlights of Ciaz S – Ciaz-S comes with signature dual-tone sporty exteriors and intense black accentuations on side & rear under body spoilers, trunk lid spoiler, ORVM cover and front fog lamp garnish. The dual tone theme is further accentuated by multispoke 16-inch alloy wheels in coordinated dark finish.
Interiors of Ciaz S – The interiors of the Ciaz S carry the signature sporty look of exteriors into interiors. The all new sophisticated Black interiors adorned with silver accents on the door trim and instrument panel enhance the sports quotient of the premium mid-size sedan.
Powering the new Maruti Ciaz BS6 is the same 1.5 liter engine as before. But earlier it was BS4, now it is BS6. The 1.5 liter K15 Smart Hybrid petrol engine on the Ciaz makes 105 hp power and 138 Nm torque mated to a 5 speed manual and 4 speed automatic transmission.
In view of the BS VI emission standards coming into effect from April 2020, most automakers are pulling out their diesel variants. Maruti too is one of them. Maruti will discontinue all their diesel engine powered cars by 31st March 2020.