In the midst of the festive
season, Maruti Suzuki has announced the introduction of Ciaz RS, a new variant
of its popular mid-size sedan. Ciaz RS comes with new sporty black interiors
and a stylish grey chrome finish instrument panel, adding to the appeal of the
car. The spoiler pack – front under spoiler, side under spoiler, trunk lid
spoiler and rear under body spoiler – impart a distinct sporty look to Ciaz RS
while enhancing the aerodynamics of the car. Ciaz RS offers all the features
and benefits of Ciaz Z+, and is available in petrol and smart hybrid diesel
Brand Ciaz is one of the most
successful models in the country. Over 56,000 Ciaz cars have been sold since
launch in October 2014. Regular innovations in the product have attracted
customers. Some of these are: first car to offer SmartPlay Infotainment system,
first smart hybrid diesel car in the country, India’s most fuel efficient
diesel car at 28.09 Km/litre and safety features like dual airbags and ABS
offered base variants upwards.
Executive Director (Marketing
and Sales), Maruti Suzuki, R S Kalsi said: “Ciaz has emerged as one of our
strong brands. It has enabled us to strengthen our position in the mid-size
premium sedan segment. Brand Ciaz has been appreciated by customers for
denoting high style, being feature-rich and offering best in class mileage in both
petrol and diesel options. Further, the introduction of smart hybrid diesel and
safety features such as dual airbags and ABS in base variants has enhanced the
reputation of Ciaz. For customers who love Ciaz and want something even more
distinctive and stylish, Ciaz RS is irresistible”.
Price (Rs, Ex-showroom Delhi):
Zdi+ SHVS RS
(Smart Hybrid Diesel)
Source: Maruti Suzuki
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