The Suzuki Ciaz is a compact car produced by Suzuki, developed to replace the Suzuki SX4 Sedan in Asian and Latin American markets. Suzuki Ciaz is 4,490 mm in length, 1,730 mm in width, 1,485 mm in height, making it the biggest B-segment sedan. The ground clearance of the sedan is 170 mm and wheelbase is 2650 mm. The boot space of 510-litres and is the largest in its class. The Ciaz sedan will be removed from regular dealerships and the sales will be pushed exclusively to the premium Nexa dealerships, which presently sells S-Cross, Baleno, Ignis and Baleno RS.
The Suzuki SX4 is a compact car and crossover developed jointly by Japanese automaker Suzuki and Italian automaker Fiat sold between 2006 and 2014. It was available as a hatchback and sedan, with the former available in both fronts and four-wheel drive. In 2013, a new generation launched, called Suzuki SX4 S-Cross-now exclusively a mini SUV, with a sedan version not offered. The first and second generation SX4s sold alongside one another until 2014. The SX4 sedan was replaced with the Suzuki Ciaz. The sedan model, marketed as the SX4 Sport, debuted at the 2007 New York Auto Show and was released in Japan, India, and a few Eastern European markets. It replaced the Suzuki Aerio sedan and also the Daewoo-based Suzuki Forenza sedan and station Wagon.
The 2009 model year saw SX4 sedans with standard GPS navigation systems manufactured by Garmin with Bluetooth, weather, and a gas station locator. The sedan's boot has 515 litres of cargo capacity. In 2007, Maruti Suzuki launched the Indian version of the SX4 sedan with minor cosmetic differences compared to the models assembled and marketed elsewhere.
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