Pak Suzuki Motor Company Officially Launches Ciaz in Pakistan

Lahore – February 8th 2017: Pak Suzuki Motor Co. Ltd. hosted a launch for their new luxury sedan The Suzuki Ciaz at Royal Palm Golf and Country Club, Lahore. Mr. Hirofumi Nagao (MD, Pak Suzuki) and Mr. Azam Mirza (GM Marketing, Pak Suzuki) were present at the event where they met with journalists and dignitaries from leading press and publications of Pakistan. The brand ambassador for Suzuki Ciaz Mr. Shehryar Munawar was also present and unveiled the elegant car in the event.


Suzuki’s new ultra-modern and elegant Sedan has been directly imported from Thailand with impressive technical features, extra comfortable and roomy interior, 1.4Liter powerful yet most fuel efficient K- Series engine for a unique driving experience.

Also included, are power-packed features like keyless entry, ABS brakes with EBD, SRS airbags and other creature comforts such as superior drive and innovative interior offering best in class elements. The car has been made available in both, Automatic and Manual transmissions. Ciaz comes with a 3-year warranty that can be availed from over 90 dealerships across the country. With the launch of Suzuki Ciaz, Suzuki Pakistan is all geared up to strengthen its position in 1300cc+ market.

Pak Suzuki’s prolific track record for introducing reliable vehicles with exclusive warranty continues to bring quality for the Pakistani consumers and promises to value its commitment and harness the power of Suzuki’s “Way of Life!”

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  1. traxxx says:

    Okay lets look at the positives.... The Engine. The K series is supposed to be a fuel efficient engine. It should be able to give a better mileage compared to the competition. PakSuzuki....if you want to market this car well....i suggest you start talking about the fuel efficiency and do some comparisons with your competitors.

    The negatives.....well....i am sure a lot of people will be talking about the missing gadgets and lets drop that for now.

  2. At 1.7M its too expensive. Pak Suzuki's last two attempts to penetrate into Sedan category totally flopped. If they want to gain a foothold in the market they need to lure customers by pricing it lower then Toyota and Honda. Why would I take a risk of investing more money in a car when I have the option of Toyota and Honda which are comparatively cheaper and have an established resale value. Also, having owned Liana once, Suzuki is not cheap either when it comes to parts. Ciaz has been imported from Thailand so I am pretty sure the parts too are going to be imported thus pushing up the operations and maintenance cost. Nah. I will wait for the new City

  3. Pak-Suzuki is working hand in hand with Honda and Toyota, At this price Honda can continue to market aspire 1.5 AT and people will have no choice but to buy it.

    Well played PS

  4. [quote="pwuser148663951810, post:3, topic:454582, full:true"]

    mujhe ye samjh nie aata suzuki k policy makers soo rahy hain kia iss price mai kon buy kary ga ciaz ki price honda city sy down honi chahye thi toyota sy e kuch sekh lyty fourtuner ki pice wohi rakhi toyota ny iss ka haal b vitara wala hoga koi dekhny b nie jaye ga showroom mai.Vitara sy kam price mai vezal mil rahi phr audi q2 km price offer kr raha hai suzuki ny apna attitude nie change kya to jald e market sy out ho jaye ga


    O bhai is mulk me to log 7.3 lac ki mehran le ke khush ho rahay hain , ap ko kya lagta tha ciaz 13 lac me launch ho gi ?

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