Spied – Maruti Ciaz (Suzuki Alivio) production version fully revealed

Posted on: May 2, 2014 - 12:57pm IST

These latest spyshots from Chinese website AutoHome reveal the production version of the Maruti Ciaz, which will be called Suzuki Alivio in the Chinese market.

A near production version of the sedan was revealed at the Beijing Motor Show last month. Compared to the concept Ciaz shown at the Auto Expo, the Beijing show car featured production-ready bumpers, wing mirrors, headlights, taillights, door handles and wheels.

Maruti Ciaz production version without camo spied China
The Maruti Ciaz/Suzuki Alivio stays true to the concept version in terms of design.

The front fascia of the sedan gets a chrome grille and chrome highlights for the foglight enclosures. The headlights feature projector lights and the shape of the cluster looks identical to the concept Ciaz. Towards the rear, the taillight cluster looks strikingly similar to that of the 2014 Honda City. At least for the Chinese market, the Alivio gets dual exhaust pipes located neatly within the rear bumper.

A peek at the interiors reveal the three-spoke steering wheel seen on the Swift/Ertiga. However, Suzuki have said that they have laid emphasis on the interiors and especially rear seat comfort of the sedan.

The Ciaz should launch in India by the end of this year. Naturally, a petrol and diesel variant will be offered.

Suzuki Alivio Image Gallery

[Spy Image from AutoHome]

[Hat tip to reader Sandeep!]

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5 thoughts on “Spied – Maruti Ciaz (Suzuki Alivio) production version fully revealed

  1. gopi says:

    Rear the copy of Honda City.Give some fresh designs.

    1. sid says:

      its quite the contrary… the authentics concept, which was the first to be revealed had the same rear design

  2. Dhananjayan says:

    Handsome sedan.
    Interiors are fantastic!
    Engine should be the 1.6 Multijet diesel.

  3. sandeep says:

    thank you for mentioning my name, and would or Ciaz be the same as the Indian spec or differs from the chinese?

    1. Anjan Ravi says:

      Hi Sandeep,

      The dimensions and interior should be the same, though engine will differ. The Chinese Alivio was announced with a 1.5L 4-cylinder engine, but Maruti does not make this engine in India for now at least.


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