Video: We drive the new Suzuki Ciaz up to Tagaytay

See what it looks like in motion
by Drei Laurel | Jun 29, 2016

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It's been three months since Suzuki jumped into the highly competitive subcompact sedan market by launching the Ciaz. Since then, we've been eager to get behind the wheel and try out everything the car has to offer.

We finally had the chance to do just that when we brought the Japanese four-door up to Narra Hill in Tagaytay. What did we find out? For starters, this sedan is pretty both inside and out (it ought to be, because it looks so much like the Honda City). We also think it has what it takes to compete with more established rivals.

Want to learn more? Play the video to see what the Ciaz brings to the table.

 

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