Here is a video of an old Maruti Ciaz which gets DRL-equipped headlamps of the new model. The addition of the new headlamp cluster makes the car look more upmarket.
Maruti Suzuki India launched the Ciaz way back in 2014, and the sedan has been the best-selling model in its segment for many years now. The sales numbers of the sedan have often been twice of those of its rivals, which comprise some well-established models like the Hyundai Verna and Honda City. In 2018, the Maruti Ciaz received its mid-cycle facelift, which not only brought a set of cosmetic updates but also a new engine to the table. Compared to the pre-facelift version, the updated car is a definite upgrade. Today, we have a video of a pre-facelit Ciaz that has been Here we have a video that shows an old version of the Ciaz receiving the DRL-equipped headlights of the updated model.
This video has been uploaded by a YouTube channel named Harsh VLOGS. In the video, one can see how the original headlights were removed from the car and were replaced with the headlamps of the new model. The new units are not the OEM-sourced units but a replica of the same. Thus, the new headlamps consist of projector units along with a LED DRL strip each. These aftermarket lights look quite upmarket and enhance the overall look of the sedan.
The owner of the modification shop says that they also have the new bumper and grille of the updated model and it can easily fitted to the older version. The Dignity Brown Maruti Ciaz seen in this video also sports aftermarket 5-spoke alloy wheels and window tints. Inside, this Maruti Ciaz features an aftermarket touchscreen infotainment system that supports Android Auto, ambient lighting and aftermarket leather seatcovers.
The modifier says that they also offer the new bumper and grille of the facelifted model and that it can be easily fitted to the old version of the Maruti Ciaz.
Compared to old version of the Maruti Ciaz, the new version gets LED projector headlights, sleeker grille and a revised bumper. The sedan derives power from a 1.5-litre petrol mill that produces 104.5PS of maximum power and 138Nm of peak torque. The engine comes paired with a 5-speed manual transmission or a 4-speed automatic gearbox, depending on which option you pick. The petrol motor is also available with Maruti’s hybrid technology for better fuel efficiency. In comparison, the pre-facelift model came with a 1.4-litre petrol engine that offered 94PS and 130Nm. While it received the same transmisison options, it missed out on the SHVS tech.