Suzuki Ciaz launched as a sub-compact sedan coming in three model-variants

Posted on Apr 27 2016 - 10:34am by Reynaldo Vicente

Suzuki Philippines introduced the Suzuki Ciaz, a sub-compact sedan that comes in three model-variants – Ciaz GL Manual Transmission, Ciaz GL Automatic Transmission, and Ciaz GLX.

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The Suzuki Ciaz has a multimedia integrated audio unit complete with an Android touchscreen for the GLX, Bluetooth and USB connectivity for personal devices such as tablets and smartphones. The unit is provided with wireless connectivity and preloaded applications, such as YouTube, Gmail, Facebook, and Waze, a Filipino driver’s go-to-app. Suzuki Ciaz also has audio and hands-free connectivity control switches that are embedded in its steering wheel, in addition to a keyless push start system and remote.

Ciaz, which stands for “City from A to Z,” integrates in the vehicle the transmission technology used in the Suzuki Ertiga. The four-speed automatic transmission improves fuel economy in GL Automatic and GLX models of the Ciaz.

Ciaz also has the patented Total Effective Control Technology (TECT), which equips the car with an impact absorption system. There is also the Anti-Brake Locking Technology that aims to prevent brakes from locking in case of sudden braking. This technology distributes braking force to the front and rear wheels to prevent accidents.

The body of the car measures 4,490mm long, 1,730mm wide, 1,475mm tall and has a 2,650mm wheelbase. In addition, Suzuki Ciaz also has bigger door cutting that increases the amount of rear seat leg space, headroom, and shoulder room. It also has a luggage capacity of 495 liters that can be closed with an electromagnetic latch and has a boot light.

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The three models are sold at the following prices: Ciaz GL Manual Transmission (Php738,000); Ciaz GL Automatic Transmission (Php773,000); and Ciaz GLX (Php888,000).

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REYNALDO “Rey” R. VICENTE’s career experience involves mostly research in publishing companies. He previously held the position of Research and Events Director of Media G8way Corp., publisher of Computerworld Philippines (CWP), PC World Philippines, and IT Resource. He also handled events organized for CWP. Prior to this, he was a Research Head of a business publication. Now as co-publisher of Upgrade Magazine, Rey also serves as Managing Editor. Rey finished his bachelor’s degree majoring in Economics at the University of Santo Tomas.

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