Of course the second I comment that I won't research it...
The page Martian Meteor Showers repeats a claim that the altitude for, and magnitude of, meteors on Mars are roughly the same:
A 1996 paper in the journal Icarus by Adolfsson, Gustafson and Murray
has pointed out that, although the atmospheric pressure at the surface
is less than one percent the respective value at the Earth, the larger
mean scale height of the atmosphere means that at an altitude of
~120km where meteoroids begin to ablate, atmospheric densities are
comparable. As a result, meteors of the same mass and atmospheric
entry speed at the atmospheres would be of similar magnitude . Taking
into account the slower average speed of incoming material at the
heliocentric distance of Mars from the Sun, a meteoroid of the same
mass entering the martian atmosphere at 30km/sec would produce a
meteor +0.5 mag fainter than at Earth.
So, 120km and yes, it could be visible.
Adolfsson, Gustafson and Murray, The Martian Atmosphere as a Meteoroid Detector Icarus, Volume 119, Issue 1, January 1996, Pages 144-152, https://doi.org/10.1006/icar.1996.0007