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Old 8th January 2019, 16:09   #2416
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no buddy...this is a ZXI (petrol version). Distance covered is mostly on the highways, i.e. We didn't anticipate the usage at the time of purchase (even if I did I may have still bought petrol, didn't like the diesel version).

Car's held up really well, no complaints what so ever,.. I don't drive this car any more (gave it to my dad within 10,000 km), but we're so happy with it that I went and bought another black Ciaz (facelifted model).
Wow, Looks like been used extensively roughly around 2.5k kms a month. And one very happy customer too as you bought another Ciaz. Is the new one petrol or diesel
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the 19.6 kmpl denotes the number for TripA/TripB or the overall odo itself ?
Just a particular trip (not sure A or B). But that's the mileage we get on highways. Mileage in the city is around 12.5 kmpl.

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Wow, Looks like been used extensively roughly around 2.5k kms a month. And one very happy customer too as you bought another Ciaz. Is the new one petrol or diesel
Hehe. "Happy" is putting it mildly . I bought the Alpha petrol MT. Really wasn't happy with the 1.3 diesel, so I traded in a 1.3 S-Cross (would have been the same engine on the Ciaz if I opted for diesel)
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Old 16th January 2019, 10:52   #2418
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Hello All,
My Ciaz petrol (2015 model) gives me a slight harshness while driving, when I compared it with my friends Swift VXi (2015 model), which has clocked same miles as my car.
The swift feels very smooth while driving. I consulted the service center during last service and they said - Ciaz runs fine & this is now the engine sounds. Somehow I am not convinced.
Point to be noted is friend's swift runs on pertol from Shell, where as mine is from HP/BP/IOCL not from any specific petrol bunk.
Could that be the reason or am I missing something.
Thanks for reading.
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Old 19th March 2019, 19:44   #2419
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Update 2019...

First ciaz bought in 2014 Dec

Had the glove box noise and front disc plate issue. Rear sunscreen hook broke which made it unuseable, replacement cost was Rs6500. Apart from that it was a bliss full 17000km on it with hardly any expense for anything but regular service.

Come Chennai flood... lost the car in the thrid basement which remained flooded for 21 days uptil ground floor.

Maruti was offering a sweet offer
flood relief+ loyality bonus+ corporate discount+ hybrid relief, making the new hybrid im 2016, 30k cheaper than the first car I bought in 2014.

2016 Feb comes the new car, same ciaz, same model, same color, but with a pseudo hybrid.

Had the same glove box and the front disc metal cover sound issue.
AC vent adjuster broke in 2 places.
The hypothetical heavy battery gave up partially within 3yrs, on this everyday driven car, with odo less than 30k.

The issue is only the hybrid option does not work. Rest everything is normal. The talented folks at Maruti said it needs battery replacement. Its been more than 6 months everything is normal but just the hybrid doesn work.
May be I verbally abused the hybrid so much that it got deactivated by itself.
I now have the auto start/stop constantly blinking on the console.
I have no intention of changing the battery.

Could there be any other problem that the hybrid is not working?

Car is such an all rounder, but it is not worth buying at its present cost point from, but no car comes to its space and fuel figures.
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Maruti Suzuki Ciaz 1.5L Diesel launched,


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If the difference is Rs.17,000 between 1.3 and 1.5 (Delta variant), why are they charging more for higher variants (e.g. Rs.35000 in Alpha)?
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If the difference is Rs.17,000 between 1.3 and 1.5 (Delta variant), why are they charging more for higher variants (e.g. Rs.35000 in Alpha)?

Absolutely. While the difference is 35000 for the top spec Alpha variant the biggest surge is in the mid variant Zeta. The price difference there is ₹46000. Is MSL trying to maximise profits in its mid variant?
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Hello Guys!
some noob-ish questions.
1. the service engineer borderline forced me to replace my disc brake pads at 27,000. he said they were worn out, but to me they looked at most, 50% worn.
2. they used some kind of "vaporizer cleaning" agent in the AC that makes my eyes hurt.
3. what is the average cost of service for a petrol 1.4 ciaz that has done 27k? (3rd service, paid)
TIA!
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Absolutely. While the difference is 35000 for the top spec Alpha variant the biggest surge is in the mid variant Zeta. The price difference there is ₹46000. Is MSL trying to maximise profits in its mid variant?
Practically, 1.3 will sell with discounts and 1.5 will sell with waiting period and may be at a premium. List price differences may even out due to this.
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Maruti Suzuki Ciaz leads the C segment Sedan market with 30% Market Share.

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Maruti Suzuki’s premium sedan Ciaz has emerged as the best seller in itssegment for the third consecutive year. The popular offering from Maruti Suzuki clocked 30% market share and crossed over 46,000 units in 2018-19.

Ciaz has captured the imagination of young Indian consumers and has sold over 2.56 Lakh units cumulatively since its launch in 2014. The top end variant of Ciaz contributes a phenomenal 48% to its total sales. Ciaz’s signature colour NEXA Blue contributes over 31% to its total sales, a testament of customers appreciating innovation.

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Can anyone suggest a decent headlight upgrade? (Ciaz 2017) Changed to Philips Extreme Vision but the throw is still not great! A good upgrade without messing with the warranty?
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