Maruti Suzuki Project YL1,EDIT: Its the Ciaz


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Maruti Suzuki's finally launched the updated Ciaz in India! Here's the complete price breakup: DlB-pvsXgAISZXA.jpg

At this price, the new Ciaz undercuts rivals like the Honda City (Rs 8.77-13.88 lakh), the Hyundai Verna (Rs 7.90-12.86 lakh) and the Toyota Yaris (Rs 8.75-14.07 lakh). In fact, the base diesel on the facelift costs about Rs 30,000 less than the outgoing model. The price difference is even larger on the top-spec trims, climbing to about Rs 50,000.

The big talking point of course, is the new 1.5-litre K15B four-cylinder motor with micro-hybrid tech. Maruti says power is up by 13% to 105hp and torque up by 6% to 138Nm. The diesel engine is the same Fiat-sourced 1.3-litre unit, with 90hp and 200Nm of torque. 

The car delivers an impressive ARAI-certified fuel efficiency of 21.56kpl for petrol manual, 20.28kpl for the petrol automatic and 28.09kpl for diesel manual.

You can head over here to find out more about what's exactly new on the refreshed Ciaz: 


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Ciaz BS6 launched with a new S variant that gets variant-specific exterior and interior tweaks such as a black boot-mounted spoiler, blacked out wheels and ORVMs, and an all-black interior.

Powering the Ciaz in its BS6 avatar a 1.5-litre petrol engine making 105hp, which comes with Suzuki’s Smart Hybrid tech.

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Finally a walkaround of the Ciaz S. This new trim is based on the top-spec Alpha manual variant but gets a body kit that adds bits like a black boot-mounted spoiler. It also gets gloss black-finished 16-inch alloy wheels. On the inside, the Ciaz S gets all-black interiors while the standard variants continue with the dual-tone beige-black theme. 



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