The Maruti Ciaz has become a very popular car in the country. If someone told you a few years back that Maruti’s SX4 replacement will beat the City in terms of sales, you would have a hearty laugh. Three years on, the Ciaz has managed to take the fight to the City well and has even dethroned it. Being so popular, there are many modified Ciazs in India and across the world too. Here are 10 such vehicles:
Modsters is a company that does a lot of mod work for various cars. The Ciaz was one such project done by them a few days ago. While the Ciaz is a good looking vehicle, Modsters has given it a touch of aggression.
They have replaced the front headlamps with aftermarket dual projectors with an eyebrow effect which looks really wicked. The front foglamps now get LED treatment and the gril has been changed too. The new grill is now an all-black honeycomb one. The car also features a front splitter which has been designed to go on the RS body kit. Other changes include black painted roof.
Now the Ciaz doesn’t come in red in India. This owner has gotten the car repainted in a bright red shade which does make it a unique ride in itself. Apart from this, the Ciaz sports a custom made body kit, new blacked out grill, and 18″ GTR rims.
Flared body kit
While the Ciaz does come with the RS body kit as standard on the RS model, this owner has taken it a step further with the kit. The front bumper has been changed and now features a spoiler that is more pronounced than the RS’s spoiler. The fog lamp housing is similar to the one offered in the international market, with the additional chrome strip. The side gets larger skirting and to round up the mods, it sits on larger set of deep-dish alloy wheels.
White white baby
It looks like most of the Ciazs that are modified are white, which is quite surprising. This one here also features a custom body kit which makes it look more aggressive. This includes a new front splitter. new side skirts, new rear diffuser and a boot lip spoiler. The car has been fitted with 5 spoke concave rims. The tail lamp cluster has also been smoked out.
Suzuki themselves took a shot modifying the Ciaz. They showcased this special edition at the Thailand Motorshow in 2015. The vehicle has been finished in a new red shade, something that is not on offer in the Indian market. The car gets new headlamps, new grill, new bumper with skirting and a new foglamp housing with LEDs instead of the usual foglamps.
The vehicle now sits on 18″ rims with low profile tyres. At the back. the rear bumper has been redone and sports skirting, a new diffuser with central exhaust tips as opposed to the side one the normal car gets. The bumper also gets new LED lights where the reflector is housed in the current Ciaz.