The Suzuki Ciaz is a subcompact sedan but with a size slightly bigger than the competitors from its segment in the Philippines. It is designed to cater the market that looks for a relatively small sedan but with a big boot space – 510L to be exact.
The exterior design of the Ciaz is derived from the current Suzuki line-up, specifically the Celerio, but with an added class. From the side, it looks like it has a short hood but the defined character lines gives it an illusion of a longer body.
Inside, the interior is showered with bronze plastic trims and an 8-inch Android Capacitive touchscreen head unit which is something you wouldn't expect in the B-class segment.
The Ciaz is powered by a 1.4L DOHC gasoline engine with a combined fuel consumption of 20.7 km/L. The higher variant gets upgrades like rear parking sensors and camera, touchscreen head units, fog lamps, and leather seats.