Suzuki's latest model may be a B-segment contender, but the Ciaz offers a roomy interior thanks to a class leading 2,650mm wheelbase along with a 4,490mm length. It also has a sophisticated exterior design that is akin to larger C-segment cars. It comes with an array of standard cabin and safety features like an Android-based touchscreen infotainment system, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, immobilizer, adjustable seat-belts, anti-lock brakes and dual SRS airbags. All variants are driven by a 1.4-liter engine that can be mated to either a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic.
Here was a brand that excelled in producing both four- and two-wheeled transportation. Suzuki plans to update that notion with the introduction of a new B-segment competitor in the form of this: the 2016 Suzuki Ciaz.
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