Isn't Maruti Ciaz underpowered in comparison to other models?
By: mohan on 1 august 2015
Yes, Ciaz have lower power in comparison to most of its rivals like the City, Verna or Vento. But you should drive the cars before making a purchase and see if you feel if it is really underpowered. A lot of things make a car - power and torque figures are some of these.
Maruti Suzuki Ciaz though has less power and torque on paper from most of its competitors like the Honda City, Hyundai Verna, Skoda Rapid and Volkswagen Vento. But the feeling of under powered comes in when you have a bigger engine which produces comparatively less power, which is not the case here. The actual use of powerful engines can be done by driving only and thus you should test drive before making a purchase to really see if the specific car meets your demands or not.
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