Today’s dynamic work environment demands more than sharp wit. To be at the top of the game, professionals need to be able to squeeze as much as they can in an eight-hour workday. This means scuttling to and from meetings, corporate events and office errands while still having some time for lunch dates and personal obligations.
Determined to help young professionals keep up with their fast-paced lifestyle, pioneer compact car manufacturer Suzuki Philippines has rolled out the Ciaz, a subcompact sedan that delivers fuel efficiency and a smooth driving experience for today’s road warriors.
The worsening traffic congestion in the city is making driving a daily challenge. With more vehicles plying the streets every day and road constructions and flooding added to the equation, getting to one’s destination on time is no mean feat.
The Ciaz, powered by best-in-class fuel efficiency and advanced features, is most suitable for city driving, braving the traffic and moving around cramped areas. With its superior engine performance that does not compromise the environment, millennials will sure look forward to riding this chic sedan.
Reflecting elegance with a sporty touch, the multi-awarded car model is designed with redefined interiors tailored to today’s younger generation. The Ciaz boasts a roomy comfortable cabin and advanced features, including an integrated multimedia unit with an Android touchscreen. The GLX variant has audio and handsfree connectivity in the steering wheel and keyless push start system.
Available in three variants – the GL Manual Transmission, GL Automatic Transmission and the premium GLX – the Ciaz has grabbed considerable market share since its release in the first quarter of 2016. It won Best in Fuel Rating under the Sedan-Gasoline Category at the Department of Energy’s Euro Fuel Eco Run, Best Subcompact Car for the Car of the Year Awards by the Car Awards Group Inc. (CAGI) and Best in Value for Money at the Auto Focus Media’s Choice Awards under the Compact Sedan category.
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