Maruti Suzuki Ciaz Facelift 2017 Reviews

Maruti Suzuki Ciaz Facelift 2017

Maruti Suzuki Ciaz Facelift 2017 all set to receive subtle cosmetic updates; to be offered from Nexa premium dealerships.

Maruti Suzuki Ciaz Facelift 2017

Maruti Suzuki has received tremendous response when they actually launched the Ciaz sedan in the Indian market. This sedan not only helped Maruti Suzuki to compete with the most popular mid-size sedan Honda City but also actually helped Maruti to enter the premium segment of the Country. Both Honda City and Maruti Ciaz are telling a place of pride for their individual automakers. While interest for both models is high, the Ciaz, launched in October 2014 entered a section to a great extent charged by the Honda City and Hyundai Verna.

Maruti Suzuki Ciaz Facelift 2017

Maruti Suzuki Ciaz Facelift 2017 Launch And Price In India

Maruti Suzuki gives off an impression of being preparing for an ambush with the redesigned Ciaz and according to our trusted sources mindful of the matter, the dispatch is on the cards for April this year.

Right now, the Ciaz is evaluated from Rs. 7.53 lakh for the VXi 1.4L base variation. Sold crosswise over 15 unique trims with two transmission and the same number of motor alternatives, the Ciaz’s top-spec ZXI+ programmed 1.4L petrol trim conveys a sticker price of Rs. 10.50 lakh (both costs, ex-showroom Delhi). Expect the costs for the facelift to shift between Rs. 20,000 to Rs. 40,000 over the range.

Model Estimated Ex-Showroom Price
New 2017 Maruti Ciaz Base Model Rs. 7.50 lakh
New 2017 Maruti Ciaz Top Model Rs. 10.50 lakh

Prices should remain more or less the same. The top end variants could get more expensive thanks to the addition of new features. Here’s the current Maruti Ciaz price list –


Maruti Ciaz (Ex-Showroom Delhi Price)
VXi Rs. 7.53 lakh
VXi Plus Rs. 8.12 lakh
ZXi Rs. 8.78 lakh
AT VXi Plus Rs. 9.29 lakh
ZXi Plus Rs. 9.34 lakh
RS ZXi Plus Rs. 9.48 lakh
AT ZXi Rs. 9.94 lakh
AT ZXi Plus Rs. 10.50 lakh


Maruti Ciaz (Ex-Showroom Delhi Price)
VDi SHVS Rs. 7.73 Lakh
VDi Plus SHVS Rs. 8.28 Lakh
ZDi SHVS Rs. 8.94 Lakh
ZDi Plus SHVS Rs. 9.55 Lakh
RS ZDi Plus SHVS Rs. 9.64 Lakh

Maruti Suzuki Ciaz Facelift 2017

2017 Maruti Ciaz Facelift Specifications

Petrol Diesel
Wheel Type and Size 16-inch alloys 16-inch alloys
Boot Space 510 L 510 L
Engine Type/ Displacement 1.4 L Petrol 1.3 L Diesel
Power 91 bhp 89 bhp
Torque 130 Nm 200 Nm
Transmission (Gearbox) 5-speed manual/4-speed Automatic 5-speed Manual
Mileage 20.73 KMPL (MT)/19.12 KMPL (AT) 28.09 KMPL

2017 Maruti Ciaz Facelift Design

It will probably get premium addresses the outside and within. As the quantity of Nexa showrooms assessed to increment by 250 toward the finish of this financial, the odds of the Ciaz facelift being added as a third item to the top notch dealerships are likewise high. With extra components and redesigned visuals, the powertrain offering could see changes too.

Maruti Suzuki Ciaz Facelift 2017

From the visual angle, the facelifted Ciaz is accepted to come outfitted with unobtrusive restorative updates like improved grille, fog lamp area and bumpers, consideration of LED Daytime Running Lights, newly designed alloy wheels and HID projectors. The range-topping variations is probably going to offer sunroof while the inside could be enhanced with an all-dark theme and touchscreen infotainment framework with Apple CarPlay network.

Maruti Ciaz Facelift 2017 Engine and Transmission

The 1.4 L Petrol and 1.3 L Diesel engines from the present car will be persisted. The petrol unit is accessible with an optional 4-speed programmed transmission too. There is no diesel programmed variation on offer. A 5-speed manual transmission is standard over the range. There have been gossipy tidbits proposing the Ciaz will get the S-Cross’ 1.6 L Diesel too. In any case, there is no official word on that yet. On account of Suzuki’s mild hybrid tech, the Ciaz SHVS diesel returns 28.09 KMPL general making it the most fuel-effective auto in the nation. It likewise helps the Ciaz profit tax reductions under the Government’s Acclaim activity that advances Hybrid and electric Cars.