The Maruti Ciaz is one of the most practical sedans you can buy at its given price range. But sometimes you want to take the average out and add awesome to it
The Maruti Ciaz is the most expensive sedan the brand sells. It rivals the likes of the Honda City and the Hyundai Verna and provides a good blend of practicality and affordability. It is not the most exciting car you can buy in the segment, but being a Maruti you’re ensured a stress-free ownership experience. Various owners have taken the initiative of modding and tuning their Ciaz sedans to make it more involving to drive. Though very rarely owners in India tune the cars’ internals, they do apply a host of exterior changes that make the Ciaz look radically different from its humble origins.
Today we have got pictures of one such example. This Maruti Ciaz has gone through quite an extensive stint at the body kit shop and has come out looking aggressive and mean. The car gets a full body kit with a lowered front bumper with winglets on the front, while the rear gets bumper extensions, a spoiler, and new LED tail lamps come in. The stock bonnet is binned and in comes a sculpted unit with a large central air scoop with two auxiliary sets of scoops flanking it. It also gets a new set of fetching star pattern grey alloys. This Ciaz gets a two-tone colour treatment with the bonnet and the roof wrapped in a matte black finish. We don’t have pictures of the interior but it should remain close to stock trim. Overall, this Ciaz has had a tasteful overhaul to its looks, giving it an appealing stance, and now stands out in a crowd instead of disappearing in it.
Internally, the mechanicals of this Maruti Ciaz looks to be kept in stock trim. That means it is fitted with a 1.5-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine which churns out 105 PS/138 Nm of peak power and torque figures, respectively. Prices for the Ciaz range between Rs 8.32 lakh – Rs 11.10 lakh, ex-showroom. Maruti also keeps giving out lucrative deals for the Ciaz and currently you can get discounts up to Rs 51,000. If you’re in the market for a new car in this budget, the Ciaz may turn out to be a good deal for you.