Suzuki Ciaz, one of the most loved and top-selling cars of Suzuki Philippines (SPH), won Best Personal Commuter at the 12th C! Magazine Awards held last September.
The Ciaz was lauded for its fuel efficiency and roomy interior, which combined translate to impressive driving performance and enhanced riding comfort. The subcompact sedan’s distinct style and array of features also made it stand out of the competition.
“We are truly proud of the achievements of the Ciaz since it entered the Philippine market. These awards and recognition testify to our commitment to deliver great value-for-money vehicles that meet the day-to-day needs of our users while offering them convenience at the same time,” Suzuki Philippines Assistant General Manager Cecil Capacete shared.
Ciaz owner Jerry Mactal shares what he likes most about the subcompact sedan as his daily driving companion. “Ciaz’s performance, build and fuel efficiency certainly make it a good investment, providing a bang for the buck. I use the Ciaz mostly for work and business. This car is already a year old and has traveled almost 28,000km and yet I haven’t had any problems with it,” Mr. Mactal said.
Mark Puno Dizon, another Ciaz owner, shares how the vehicle helps him in his work. “There are two things that I like best about the Ciaz. First, its fuel consumption is just right. Second, I love its interior. Its big space makes the ride comfortable for my passengers. It is important for me that they get the same level of comfort as I do,” said Mr. Dizon.
The biggest subcompact sedan in the B-segment category, the Suzuki Ciaz promises good fuel consumption and features a sporty elegant design with comfortable spaciousness, all at a very reasonable price. These are validated by prestigious awards such as the Best in Fuel Rating under the Sedan-Gasoline Category, achieving 27.94 km/L during the Department of Energy’s Euro Fuel Eco Run, the Best Subcompact Car for the Car of the Year Awards by the Car Awards Group, Inc. (CAGI), and the Auto Focus Media’s Choice Awards’ Best in Value for Money under the Compact Sedan segment.
“Competition today is even more stiff, with the different brands introducing new and upgraded sedans. We are sincerely honored with this recent recognition given to the Suzuki Ciaz,” said SPH General Manager for Automobile Shuzo Hoshikura.
“We brought the Ciaz to the Philippines because we knew it will fit Filipinos’ needs. This recognition from the C! Magazine is a testament to that. But we won’t rest on our laurels and instead we will continue to deliver high-quality vehicles that bring the Suzuki Way of Life closer to Filipinos,” he added.