Maruti Suzuki Ciaz Specifications

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Maruti Suzuki Ciaz – Variants, Dimensions, Capacities, Engine, Transmission, Steering, Performance, Wheels & Tyres, Fuel Economy.
Price
:
Rs. 9 – 12 lakhs
Variants
:
Petrol
V, V+, Z and Z+.
Diesel
V, V+, Z and Z+.
Maruti Suzuki Ciaz Technical Specifications
Fuel Type
Petrol
Diesel
Dimensions
Length 
4490 mm
4490 mm
Width
2650 mm
2650 mm
Height
1485 mm
1485 mm
Wheel Base 
2650 mm
2650 mm
Ground Clearance
170 mm
170 mm
Kerb Weight 
1010 Kg
1105 Kg
Gross Weight
1490 Kg
1585 Kg
No. of Doors 
4
4
Capacities
Seating Capacity 
5
5
Fuel Tank Capacity
43 L
43 L
Boot Capacity
510 L
510 L
Engine
Type
1.4-litre K-Series
1.3-litre DDiS (Fiat MultiJet)
Displacement
1372 cc
1242 cc
Power 
91 Bhp @ 4000 rpm
89 Bhp @ 4000 rpm
Torque 
130 Nm @ 4000 rpm
200 Nm @ 1750 rpm
Bore x Stroke
73 mm X 82 mm
69.6 mm X 82 mm
No. Of Cyl.
4
4
Cylinder Config.
Inline, Trasnverse
Inline, Trasnverse
Valves Per Cyl.
4
4
Transmission
Type
5 Speed Manual / 4 Speed Automatic
5 Speed Manual
Gears
5 Forward 1 Reverse
5 Forward 1 Reverse
Steering
Type
Electronic Power Steering
Electronic Power Steering
Min Turning Radius
5.4 m
5.4 m
Suspension
Front 
Mcpherson Strut
Mcpherson Strut
Rear 
Torsion Beam
Torsion Beam
Brakes
Front 
Ventilated Disc
Ventilated Disc
Rear
Drum
Drum
Wheels And Tyres
Wheel Size & Type
16’ Steel & Alloy
16’ Alloy
Tyres Size & Type
185/65 R15 & 195/55 R16
185/65 R15 & 195/55 R16
Performance
Max Speed
180 Kmph
160 Kmph
0-100 Kmph
12 s
13 s
Fuel Economy (Approx)
Overall
20.73 Kmpl – MT
19.12 Kmpl - AT
26.21 kmpl


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New Honda Jazz India launch confirmed for March 2015

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        Honda Cars India has confirmed the launch of new Jazz in March 2015. Honda has made it clear that it will price the car competitively so that it does not repeat the mistake it did when the old Jazz was launched in India.


        The good news about the new Jazz is that it will come with a diesel option. The first generation Jazz lacked a diesel option and lost out to its competitors such as Hyundai i20 and Volkswagen Polo who give a diesel option right from the beginning. The Jazz being a highly engineered vehicle stands firm in Honda’s product portfolio for India.


        With its futuristic styling and superb engineering Jazz is going to be the super hatch for India, the segment which is opening its potential of late. 
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Best Car Tinkering & Painting in Bangalore

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Tinker King is one of the best person to do Tinkering and Painting for all types of cars in Bangalore. His garage is situated in Laggere, close to outer ring road near Dr. Raj Kumar samadhi. 

Contact No. - +91-9663745176

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Hyundai ix25 compact SUV spied alongside Ecosport and Duster in India

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        The compact SUV market is surely hotting up in India. A test mule of Hyundai compact SUV was spotted testing alongside Ford Ecosport and Renault Duster in India. Ford Ecosport is less than 4 meters long and the Dusters is good 4315 mm in length. Hyundai compact SUV, sold as ix25 in China is measures 4.27 meters in length.

        Hyundai has slated its compact SUV launch in India next year. As we have seen Grand i10 and Elite i20 being tested for more than 6 months in India, Hyundai is doing the same for its compact SUV, that is testing the vehicle in Indian conditions for a good amount of time before launching on the road.


        Currently, Ford Ecosport is ruing the compact SUV market, thanks to its good looks and competitive pricing. Hyundai with its fluidic design theme and very good pricing will give a stiff competition to the Ecosport. So will the waiting period for Ecosport will come down, let’s wait till next year? 


Hyundai ix25
Source: Motorbeam.com

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New Tire Technologies Inflating Safety for Truckers

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Truckers face a lot of pressure on the road. They have deadlines to meet and customers to greet. But, that pressure can be deflated by tire problems - and that’s not the kind of deflation truckers want or need. Under-inflation costs the trucking industry some $2,200 per year per truck. And, that doesn’t include the lost fuel due to rolling resistance inefficiencies. Here’s where a new technology can help.

The Aperia Halo

The Aperia Halo is an ingenious device that attaches to the center of the truck’s wheel Inside of it is a pump that captures energy from a pendulum that swings inside, synchronized to the wheel’s rotation. It’s that tire rotation that produces the pumping action that inflates the tires when needed. An internal sensor detects tire pressure to ensure that tires are always inflated to the proper pressure.

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has previously reported that more than half of all truck tires are underinflated, driving up maintenance costs by at least 10 percent. Each system that’s attached to a tire is good for about 500,000 miles, meaning that trucking companies can greatly reduce their tire-related costs.

How Tire Inflation Systems Help Save Money

Aperia Halo isn’t the only device on the market that helps inflate tires when they’re low. Other systems attach differently, are located behind the tire, or use the axle as the source of the air and pressure. But, in all cases, these systems help to reduce the regular maintenance on the trucks as they make cross-country journeys.

Truckers don’t have to stop to check tire pressure, they won’t suffer as many blowouts, and they won’t be stuck on the side of the road for hours waiting for a tow truck or replacing the tire. That means trucking companies can make more shipments on time, save more money on overstock, and save money on additional pay for non-productive work by truckers.

Preventing Accidents

Another benefit of these tire pressure monitoring and autofill systems is that they reduce the risk of accidents. When a truck is on the road, there’s always the risk that an underinflated tire will blow out. Attorneys, like Keith Kofsky, see this kind of thing all the time. Accidents happen, and that’s also how accident and injury lawsuits happen. Trucking companies can save themselves potentially hundreds of thousands, if not millions of dollars, with a simple tire-inflating device.

Disadvantages

With all of the benefits, what’s not to love? Well, one of the disadvantages of these systems is that they do not take air out of the tire. If tires are inflated, and the truck’s elevation or temperature changes (as it’s traveling through different states), the tires may end up becoming overinflated as the PSI increases due to heat generated inside of the tire.

This usually results in a 2 PSI increase for every 10-degree change in temperature.

Should Trucking Companies Employ This Technology

The cost-benefit discussion is an important one to have. But, on the whole, it’s usually worth the additional cost. Since trucking companies spend thousands of dollars per truck right now on tire inflation problems, upgrading the system immediately will permanently and immediately end those additional costs.

Keith Kofsky, Esq, has advocated for the victims of auto accidents for over 30 years. One of his goals is to educate people to help them drive safely. You can find his helpful articles on many websites online.


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