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Old 17th February 2016, 16:15   #1366
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1. Rear sun shades.
Hi Jeevith, Do you have any photos of the sun shades taken from outside? I have seen two Ciazs with those sun shades at the showroom. In both the cars, fixing screws were visible from outside.
Illuminated door sill guards looks good. What's the price?
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Old 19th February 2016, 12:56   #1367
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Hi Folks,

I need help with information on headlight for Ciaz, as I plan to buy one
1. Does the low beam run on projectors and high beam on reflectors?
2. Does the projector house HID lamps or halogen bulbs, what would be a decent HID upgrade? I am skeptical with Maruti since I have had problems with the beams on highways in my Swift. I am not interested in blue lights, but if the lights are in white range, I would love to keep both the high and low beams at similar color. Do I need to change both the low and high beams? I believe 4300K would be good?

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Hi Folks,

I need help with information on headlight for Ciaz, as I plan to buy one
1. Does the low beam run on projectors and high beam on reflectors?
2. Does the projector house HID lamps or halogen bulbs, what would be a decent HID upgrade? I am skeptical with Maruti since I have had problems with the beams on highways in my Swift. I am not interested in blue lights, but if the lights are in white range, I would love to keep both the high and low beams at similar color. Do I need to change both the low and high beams? I believe 4300K would be good?

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1. Yes.
2. Halogen Bulbs. For HID, you would need to install ballasts as well hence not just a plug and play. Light is good enough if not great. If you still want to, 4300 will be just right.
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Got the Pedals! ! Fixing is an issue!! Holes have to drilled , no problem in case of the Brake & Clutch pedals!! Issue is with the accelerator. Trying to figure that one out. Will probably visit a accessories dealer to get them fitted.
There are MGA provided similar Brake and Clutch pedals although nothing for the accelerator.
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Any news about the Facelift Ciaz which will be sold through the Nexa channels?

What are the expected changes in the interiors/exteriors and feature list?
Pretty hush hush about the facelift as hardly any models could be seen on the streets as well!!
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There are MGA provided similar Brake and Clutch pedals although nothing for the accelerator.
Just got the pedals fitted today!!
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I need help with information on headlight for Ciaz, as I plan to buy one

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Any change in the electricals and lighting will affect your warranty more so with the SHVS performance and the load on the battery. Try and stick to stock or bare minimum no cutting.

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Any news about the Facelift Ciaz which will be sold through the Nexa channels?!
No facelift, No chance of it hitting the Nexa, No interior or exterior changes on cards. But I saw a photo somewhere of a CIAZ with a DRL but positioned oddly outside the headlight.
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Old 23rd February 2016, 14:48   #1373
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Maruti Suzuki to launch Ciaz ZXi+ automatic.

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Earlier buyers could only buy the automatic transmission equipped Ciaz in the mid level VXi and ZXi trims which missed out on a lot of features. With the inclusion of the automatic transmission on the feature loaded ZXI+ trim, the Ciaz ZXi+ will find create a lot more excitement among buyers in the market
http://www.autosarena.com/scoop-maru...zxi-automatic/
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Maruti Suzuki to launch Ciaz ZXi+ automatic.



http://www.autosarena.com/scoop-maru...zxi-automatic/
I've been visiting a couple of Maruti outlets lately to finalise on the Ciaz model that I'll be buying in a couple of months.

In the price list (attached) I noticed the ZXI+ automatic variant price details (10,19500/- Ex-showroom Delhi) and considered it as an typo since there's no mention of it on website, brochures etc. I talked to the Ciaz sales lead from one of the showrooms to confirm this and he verified that the model will be available in 4-5 weeks.
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I wish that along with a AT Zxi+ they come up with a AMT V/ZDi soon. I am sure that variant will be a game changer in the segment and may turn the urban folks towards the vehicle
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Maruti Suzuki Ciaz ZXI+ AT launched in India at Rs 10.19 lakh

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Maruti Suzuki has introduced the Ciaz with an automatic transmission in the ZXI+ trim at Rs 10.19 lakh (ex-Delhi). Thatís Rs 1.13 lakh (ex-Delhi) more than the Ciaz ZXI+ with a manual transmission. The four-speed auto box was available only in the VXI+ trim.

The car is powered by a 1.4-litre K-series petrol motor that produces 68PS at 6,000rpm and 130PS at 4,000rpm. The ZXI+ trim is loaded with all the bells and whistles including automatic air-conditioner, touchscreen infotainment system, leather seats and 195/55 tyres on 16-inch alloy wheels. More importantly, the Ciaz ZXI+ also gets ABS with dual airbags.

The Honda City, Hyundai Verna, Volkswagen Vento and Skoda Rapid are available with automatic transmission as an option in the higher specced versions, it was about time that Maruti introduced the same in the top spec of the Ciaz.
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Maruti Suzuki to launch Ciaz ZXi+ automatic.
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In the price list (attached) I noticed the ZXI+ automatic variant price details...
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Maruti Suzuki Ciaz ZXI+ AT launched in India at Rs 10.19 lakh

Is this the four speed torque converter unit similar to what was provided earlier in SX4 and now doing duty in DZire. OR is this a CVT unit similar to the one doing duty in Baleno?

If it is a four speed TC unit, I believe it does not do justice to car's image and also to the performance, FE and refinement.

High time, MUL provides CVT or 5 speed AT in Ciaz to make it a worthy competitor against City AT.

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Shouldn't the power figure be 94ps for the K14?

The 68ps is for the K10. Looks like Overdrive goofed up. Copy paste from Celerio specs?


And what's that 130ps???

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Is this the four speed torque converter unit similar to what was provided earlier in SX4 and now doing duty in DZire. OR is this a CVT unit similar to the one doing duty in Baleno?

If it is a four speed TC unit, I believe it does not do justice to car's image and also to the performance, FE and refinement.
This is the 4 speed TC box which Maruti has been using forever. Agree that they need to equip the Ciaz with a better AT box.
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Shouldn't the power figure be 94ps for the K14?

The 68ps is for the K10. Looks like Overdrive goofed up. Copy paste from Celerio specs?

And what's that 130ps???
It looks like they goofed up with the units for power and torque. They must have meant 68 kW & 130 Nm.
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