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      Maruti Suzuki Celerio

      Maruti Suzuki Celerio 2022 Price

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      ₹ 5.14 - 6.94 lakh

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      10,423 for 5 Years

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      Maruti Suzuki Celerio Key Specifications

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      Price

      ₹ 5.14 - 6.94 Lakh
      Fuel Type icon

      Fuel Type

      Petrol, CNG
      Mileage icon

      Mileage

      24.97 - 26.68 km/l
      Seating Capacity icon

      Seating Capacity

      5 People
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      Safety Rating

      Not Tested
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      Warranty

      2 Years or 40000 km
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      Engine Size

      998 cc
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      Transmission

      Manual, AMT
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      Size

      3695 mm L X 1655 mm W X 1555 mm H
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      Fuel Tank

      32 litre
      Ground Clearance (mm) icon

      Ground Clearance (mm)

      170 mm

      Celerio Expert Rating

      Overall Expert Score7/10
      Engine and PerformanceStar Icon 8/10
      Ride and HandlingStar Icon 7/10
      Comfort, Convenience, and FeaturesStar Icon 7/10

      Celerio Expert Review

      ProsGood Things

      • Refined and user-friendly K10C engine
      • Comfortable ride
      • Claimed fuel economy

      ConsCould be Better

      • Pricier than before
      • Back seat best suited for two
      • Quality could have improved in some areas

      Engine and Performance

      In the new, second-generation Celerio, we had expected Maruti to offer the peppy 1.2-litre K12 four-cylinder from the Swift and Wagon R. After all, the new Heartect platform permits it too. Instead, Maruti has decided to introduce a new engine in the K-Series family. This one is called the K10C and is a three-cylinder, dual-jet, dual-VVT motor that has been on sale internationally. But in India, it debuts the segment-first auto start-stop function. Producing 66bhp of power and 89Nm of torque, the new Celerio is down on figures compared to the older one, by 1bhp and 1Nm. But it’s slightly lighter as well, tipping the scale between 820-825kilograms. 

      Crank it up and the motor does feel refined and vibration-free on idling, especially for a three-cylinder. On the move, the power delivery from this new engine is progressive and linear. The clutch is light to operate and the gear lever, in a typical Maruti fashion, has smooth and short throws. At slow city speeds, the engine proves to be very user friendly. Thanks to the strong low- and mid-range, you can either shift close to 1,200rpm or hold it until 3,000 to 4,000rpm and the engine still feels relaxed and unstrained. There are many little improvements gone into this K10C which make it very easy to drive. At highway speeds, the motor relaxingly churned around 2,000rpm. Also, the insulation inside the cabin at highway speed is better than we expected. 

      We also sampled the two-pedal setup and we think the AMT technology has come a long way since its introduction. Now, in the new Celerio, the five-speed AMT shifts are close to 2,000rpm. Surprisingly, when using light throttle inputs under sedate driving, the upshifts are almost free of jerks that are usually associated with an AMT gearbox. It is only when you hurry it that the AMT finds itself undecided on what action needs to be taken. So, you’ll have to plan the overtakes well in advance. Meanwhile, when given some beans, the AMT will hold on to gear up to redline before upshifting. For some enthusiastic driving, there’s also a provision for manual shifting. The AMT version is available across all variants of the Celerio except the base LXi and it surely is worth the extra premium over its manual counterpart. 

      Ride and Handling

      In terms of ride quality, the new Celerio manages to absorb all the bumps, potholes, and irregularities with good composure. Only the sharpest of creases or abrupt road imperfections are felt as well as heard inside the cabin. Moreover, the higher ground clearance also adds to the sense of relief when tackling bad road sections. And when the roads cease to exist, the Celerio soldiers on without any bother. A suitable hatchback for city and rural landscape alike. There’s a fair amount of body roll when pushed hard but this is not a car you go corner carving on. Going almost four turns lock-to-lock, the steering in the new Celerio isn’t the quickest. But it is light to operate and won’t be troublesome for those who spend long hours in traffic. The steering wheel isn’t self-centring or linear either. But how does it fare in day-to-day driving, we’ll have to wait for our full-fledged road test to find an answer to that. 

      Exterior

      Based on the fifth-generation Heartect platform which it shares with the Baleno, Swift, and Wagon R, the new Celerio is 55mm wider than the outgoing model with the wheelbase going up by 10mm. Meanwhile, the overall height is down by 5mm and the overall length remains unchanged. As for the design, the new Celerio is easy on the eyes just like the previous one was. There are some newer elements too, like this grille with a chrome slat joining the bulbous headlamps. There are simple halogen bulbs in here and no LEDs or DRLs of any kind. However, you do get circular fog lamps integrated nicely with the blacked-out lower grille design. 

      If you think the face is inspired by the Alto, move to the side and there’s some resemblance here with the S-Presso. The 15-inch alloy wheels done in black chrome finish are new and we think they blend well with the tall-boyish stance of the new Celerio. At the back, there are high-mounted tail lamps with small design details like this tapering. Again, no LEDs here, just plain halogen bulbs. 

      Overall, the Celerio design is more rounded off and has no edgy elements. The squarish and angular design of the first-gen is replaced by smooth flowing lines, and there’s no sharp crease visible around. It takes elements from various Maruti models and blends them into a well-rounded dough. Maruti has managed to keep the Celerio’s design inoffensive and buyers will like it parked outside their houses. 

      Comfort, Convenience, and Features

      On the inside, the cabin of the new Celerio is an all-black affair. Which is a good departure from the boring black and beige. You do get some silver inserts around the air vents, on the centre console, on the steering wheel, and around the gear lever. For practicality, there’s space for knick-knacks, a couple of cup holders, bottle holders on the door, and a glove box. 

      Now I am 5.5ft and there’s an ample amount of headroom for me and taller drivers won’t find it difficult to find a good driving position either, thanks to height-adjustable seats and tilt steering. We loved these seats offered in the Wagon R, and in the Celerio they still prove to be well designed, offering a good amount of support. There’s a dead pedal provided to rest your left foot and that’s a welcome addition.

      Most of the cabin is carried over from Wagon R, like the steering wheel, instrument cluster, and seven-inch touchscreen unit. In fact, the placement of the head unit of this multimedia screen is at the same quirky height. The quality of materials used all around isn’t something to complain about either. But if we were to nitpick it would be the placement of window switches and central locking on the centre console below the touchscreen and not on the door. Many buyers won’t mind but it’s the fact that even the Wagon R gets conventional switches gets our goat. 

      As for the back seat, it’s comfortable to get in, thanks to these wide opening doors. So older people or kids can get in without any problems. And the space here isn’t too bad either. The seat does feel upright and they lack the under-thigh support, even the non-adjustable headrest isn’t comfortable. There’s good knee- and head-room with the front row set to my driving position. But there’s no centre armrest or air vents. We think it is best suited for two at the back.

      Lastly, the boot space of 313-litres is larger than before. There’s also a 60:40 split seat in higher trims which is a nice addition. You can easily haul long weekend luggage of four here. And there will be more room to spare when a CNG tank will take up most of this space. 

      The new Celerio is offered across the familiar LXi, VXi, and ZXi trim with the ZXi Plus joining the line-up. Standard features across the range include dual-front airbags, ABS, rear parking sensor, child lock for rear doors, and manual AC. What we are driving here is the top-spec ZXI Plus and its feature list includes a seven-inch SmartPlay Studio touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto with four speakers, steering mounted control, height-adjustable driver seat, engine start-stop button, keyless entry, electric adjustment and foldable for ORVMs, tachometer, and front fog lamps. Of the things it misses out on, we think the rear camera and rear AC vents are the most important ones. Additionally, there are customisable packs that can be opted with additional accessories for some personalisation touches.

      Conclusion

      Pricing for the new-gen Maruti Suzuki Celerio starts at Rs 4.99 lakh and goes all the way up to Rs 6.94 lakh, ex-showroom for the top-spec AMT we have driven here. It might have gotten a lot expensive than the outgoing Celerio, but it still is at par with its direct rivals which include the Hyundai Santro, Tata Tiago, Datsun Go, and its own sibling Maruti Wagon R. So, does the new Celerio brings the same charm as its predecessor to the fiercely-fought high-volume budget hatchback segment? It absolutely does. There’s a CNG version in the pipeline that is expected to gain more popularity than this claimed ‘most fuel-efficient engine' but we’ll have to wait a bit longer for that. And we’ll surely be putting this new engine to test in real-world conditions to see how fuel-efficient it proves to be. 

      Until then, the Celerio makes for a good first car as well as a convenient runabout because it is a genuinely well-rounded compact hatchback that’s easy and convenient to drive, has a practical cabin with space for four and their luggage, a decent list of features, and will easily and comfortably take your family around town without burning a hole in your wallet.

      Pictures by Kapil Angane

      Is Celerio a Good Car?

      Overall Score : 62%

      Based on 120 User Ratings

      Celerio approval rating is at 62% based on 120 user reviews.

      What users like the most about Celerio?

      Mileage

      85%

      Performance

      78%

      Comfort

      77%

      Styling

      73%

      Value for Money

      73%

      Maruti Suzuki Celerio Price List

      Find a list of all 7 petrol and 1 CNG versions of Maruti Suzuki Celerio. This table includes on-road price which covers all costs like RTO and Insurance.

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      Celerio Versions Ex-showroom Price Compare
      Petrol, 998 cc, Manual, 25.24 kmpl tooltip
      Fuel Type: Petrol
      Engine: 998 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: Manual (In a manual transmission car, the driver has to manually shift gears)
      Mileage: 25.24 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
      ₹ 5.14 Lakh
      Key features: Average Fuel Consumption Display, Gear Shift Indicator Display, Power Steering
      Petrol, 998 cc, Manual, 25.24 kmpl tooltip
      Fuel Type: Petrol
      Engine: 998 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: Manual (In a manual transmission car, the driver has to manually shift gears)
      Mileage: 25.24 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
      ₹ 5.63 Lakh
      Key features: Average Fuel Consumption Display, Gear Shift Indicator Display, Front & Rear Power Windows, Power Steering
      Petrol, 998 cc, Manual, 25.24 kmpl tooltip
      Fuel Type: Petrol
      Engine: 998 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: Manual (In a manual transmission car, the driver has to manually shift gears)
      Mileage: 25.24 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
      ₹ 5.94 Lakh
      Key features: Steering Mounted Controls, Integrated Music System, Steering Adjustment, Average Fuel Consumption Display, Gear Shift Indicator Display
      Petrol, 998 cc, AMT, 26.68 kmpl tooltip
      Fuel Type: Petrol
      Engine: 998 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: AMT
      Mileage: 26.68 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
      ₹ 6.13 Lakh
      Key features: Average Fuel Consumption Display, Gear Shift Indicator Display, Front & Rear Power Windows, Power Steering
      Petrol, 998 cc, AMT, 26 kmpl tooltip
      Fuel Type: Petrol
      Engine: 998 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: AMT
      Mileage: 26 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
      ₹ 6.44 Lakh
      Key features: Steering Mounted Controls, Integrated Music System, Steering Adjustment, Average Fuel Consumption Display, Gear Shift Indicator Display
      Petrol, 998 cc, Manual, 24.97 kmpl tooltip
      Fuel Type: Petrol
      Engine: 998 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: Manual (In a manual transmission car, the driver has to manually shift gears)
      Mileage: 24.97 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
      ₹ 6.44 Lakh
      Key features: Push Button Start, Alloy Wheels, Steering Mounted Controls, Integrated Music System, Steering Adjustment
      CNG, 998 cc, Manual tooltip
      Fuel Type: CNG
      Engine: 998 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: Manual (In a manual transmission car, the driver has to manually shift gears)
      ₹ 6.58 Lakh
      Key features: Average Fuel Consumption Display, Gear Shift Indicator Display, Front & Rear Power Windows, Power Steering
      Petrol, 998 cc, AMT, 26 kmpl tooltip
      Fuel Type: Petrol
      Engine: 998 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: AMT
      Mileage: 26 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
      ₹ 6.94 Lakh
      Key features: Push Button Start, Steering Mounted Controls, Integrated Music System, Steering Adjustment, Average Fuel Consumption Display

      Maruti Suzuki Celerio Price in Popular Cities

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      Maruti Suzuki Celerio Expert Review

      Bilal Ahmed Firfiray
      by Bilal Ahmed Firfiray

      2021 Maruti Suzuki Celerio First Drive Review

      Does the new Celerio bring the same charm as its predecessor to the fiercely-fought high-volume budget hatchback segment?

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      Maruti Suzuki Celerio Expert Review

      2021 Maruti Suzuki Celerio First Drive Review

      • Refined and user-friendly K10C engine
      • Comfortable ride
      • Claimed fuel economy

      • Pricier than before
      • Back seat best suited for two
      • Quality could have improved in some areas

      Maruti Suzuki Celerio Front View

      In the new, second-generation Celerio, we had expected Maruti to offer the peppy 1.2-litre K12 four-cylinder from the Swift and Wagon R. After all, the new Heartect platform permits it too. Instead, Maruti has decided to introduce a new engine in the K-Series family. This one is called the K10C and is a three-cylinder, dual-jet, dual-VVT motor that has been on sale internationally. But in India, it debuts the segment-first auto start-stop function. Producing 66bhp of power and 89Nm of torque, the new Celerio is down on figures compared to the older one, by 1bhp and 1Nm. But it’s slightly lighter as well, tipping the scale between 820-825kilograms. 

      Maruti Suzuki Celerio Left Side View

      Crank it up and the motor does feel refined and vibration-free on idling, especially for a three-cylinder. On the move, the power delivery from this new engine is progressive and linear. The clutch is light to operate and the gear lever, in a typical Maruti fashion, has smooth and short throws. At slow city speeds, the engine proves to be very user friendly. Thanks to the strong low- and mid-range, you can either shift close to 1,200rpm or hold it until 3,000 to 4,000rpm and the engine still feels relaxed and unstrained. There are many little improvements gone into this K10C which make it very easy to drive. At highway speeds, the motor relaxingly churned around 2,000rpm. Also, the insulation inside the cabin at highway speed is better than we expected. 

      Maruti Suzuki Celerio Right Rear Three Quarter

      We also sampled the two-pedal setup and we think the AMT technology has come a long way since its introduction. Now, in the new Celerio, the five-speed AMT shifts are close to 2,000rpm. Surprisingly, when using light throttle inputs under sedate driving, the upshifts are almost free of jerks that are usually associated with an AMT gearbox. It is only when you hurry it that the AMT finds itself undecided on what action needs to be taken. So, you’ll have to plan the overtakes well in advance. Meanwhile, when given some beans, the AMT will hold on to gear up to redline before upshifting. For some enthusiastic driving, there’s also a provision for manual shifting. The AMT version is available across all variants of the Celerio except the base LXi and it surely is worth the extra premium over its manual counterpart. 

      Maruti Suzuki Celerio Left Side View

      In terms of ride quality, the new Celerio manages to absorb all the bumps, potholes, and irregularities with good composure. Only the sharpest of creases or abrupt road imperfections are felt as well as heard inside the cabin. Moreover, the higher ground clearance also adds to the sense of relief when tackling bad road sections. And when the roads cease to exist, the Celerio soldiers on without any bother. A suitable hatchback for city and rural landscape alike. There’s a fair amount of body roll when pushed hard but this is not a car you go corner carving on. Going almost four turns lock-to-lock, the steering in the new Celerio isn’t the quickest. But it is light to operate and won’t be troublesome for those who spend long hours in traffic. The steering wheel isn’t self-centring or linear either. But how does it fare in day-to-day driving, we’ll have to wait for our full-fledged road test to find an answer to that. 

      Maruti Suzuki Celerio Right Rear Three Quarter

      Maruti Suzuki Celerio Right Front Three Quarter

      Based on the fifth-generation Heartect platform which it shares with the Baleno, Swift, and Wagon R, the new Celerio is 55mm wider than the outgoing model with the wheelbase going up by 10mm. Meanwhile, the overall height is down by 5mm and the overall length remains unchanged. As for the design, the new Celerio is easy on the eyes just like the previous one was. There are some newer elements too, like this grille with a chrome slat joining the bulbous headlamps. There are simple halogen bulbs in here and no LEDs or DRLs of any kind. However, you do get circular fog lamps integrated nicely with the blacked-out lower grille design. 

      Maruti Suzuki Celerio Left Side View

      If you think the face is inspired by the Alto, move to the side and there’s some resemblance here with the S-Presso. The 15-inch alloy wheels done in black chrome finish are new and we think they blend well with the tall-boyish stance of the new Celerio. At the back, there are high-mounted tail lamps with small design details like this tapering. Again, no LEDs here, just plain halogen bulbs. 

      Maruti Suzuki Celerio Right Rear Three Quarter

      Overall, the Celerio design is more rounded off and has no edgy elements. The squarish and angular design of the first-gen is replaced by smooth flowing lines, and there’s no sharp crease visible around. It takes elements from various Maruti models and blends them into a well-rounded dough. Maruti has managed to keep the Celerio’s design inoffensive and buyers will like it parked outside their houses. 

      Maruti Suzuki Celerio Dashboard

      On the inside, the cabin of the new Celerio is an all-black affair. Which is a good departure from the boring black and beige. You do get some silver inserts around the air vents, on the centre console, on the steering wheel, and around the gear lever. For practicality, there’s space for knick-knacks, a couple of cup holders, bottle holders on the door, and a glove box. 

      Maruti Suzuki Celerio Front Row Seats

      Now I am 5.5ft and there’s an ample amount of headroom for me and taller drivers won’t find it difficult to find a good driving position either, thanks to height-adjustable seats and tilt steering. We loved these seats offered in the Wagon R, and in the Celerio they still prove to be well designed, offering a good amount of support. There’s a dead pedal provided to rest your left foot and that’s a welcome addition.

      Maruti Suzuki Celerio Gear Selector Dial

      Most of the cabin is carried over from Wagon R, like the steering wheel, instrument cluster, and seven-inch touchscreen unit. In fact, the placement of the head unit of this multimedia screen is at the same quirky height. The quality of materials used all around isn’t something to complain about either. But if we were to nitpick it would be the placement of window switches and central locking on the centre console below the touchscreen and not on the door. Many buyers won’t mind but it’s the fact that even the Wagon R gets conventional switches gets our goat. 

      Maruti Suzuki Celerio Second Row Seats

      As for the back seat, it’s comfortable to get in, thanks to these wide opening doors. So older people or kids can get in without any problems. And the space here isn’t too bad either. The seat does feel upright and they lack the under-thigh support, even the non-adjustable headrest isn’t comfortable. There’s good knee- and head-room with the front row set to my driving position. But there’s no centre armrest or air vents. We think it is best suited for two at the back.

      Maruti Suzuki Celerio Bootspace

      Lastly, the boot space of 313-litres is larger than before. There’s also a 60:40 split seat in higher trims which is a nice addition. You can easily haul long weekend luggage of four here. And there will be more room to spare when a CNG tank will take up most of this space. 

      Maruti Suzuki Celerio Dashboard

      The new Celerio is offered across the familiar LXi, VXi, and ZXi trim with the ZXi Plus joining the line-up. Standard features across the range include dual-front airbags, ABS, rear parking sensor, child lock for rear doors, and manual AC. What we are driving here is the top-spec ZXI Plus and its feature list includes a seven-inch SmartPlay Studio touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto with four speakers, steering mounted control, height-adjustable driver seat, engine start-stop button, keyless entry, electric adjustment and foldable for ORVMs, tachometer, and front fog lamps. Of the things it misses out on, we think the rear camera and rear AC vents are the most important ones. Additionally, there are customisable packs that can be opted with additional accessories for some personalisation touches.

      Maruti Suzuki Celerio Front View

      Pricing for the new-gen Maruti Suzuki Celerio starts at Rs 4.99 lakh and goes all the way up to Rs 6.94 lakh, ex-showroom for the top-spec AMT we have driven here. It might have gotten a lot expensive than the outgoing Celerio, but it still is at par with its direct rivals which include the Hyundai Santro, Tata Tiago, Datsun Go, and its own sibling Maruti Wagon R. So, does the new Celerio brings the same charm as its predecessor to the fiercely-fought high-volume budget hatchback segment? It absolutely does. There’s a CNG version in the pipeline that is expected to gain more popularity than this claimed ‘most fuel-efficient engine' but we’ll have to wait a bit longer for that. And we’ll surely be putting this new engine to test in real-world conditions to see how fuel-efficient it proves to be. 

      Maruti Suzuki Celerio Rear View

      Until then, the Celerio makes for a good first car as well as a convenient runabout because it is a genuinely well-rounded compact hatchback that’s easy and convenient to drive, has a practical cabin with space for four and their luggage, a decent list of features, and will easily and comfortably take your family around town without burning a hole in your wallet.

      Pictures by Kapil Angane

      User Reviews for Celerio

        5

        Overall

        5

        Exterior

        5

        Interior

        5

        Ride Qlty

      • 01/19/2022 14:50:55 | Muniraju

        iam 1 month back parchs super feel iam so happy good car value for money new celerio super car good good

        Mileage Details

        • Mileage (City) 22 kmpl
        • Mileage (Highway) 24 kmpl
        • Maintenance 1500 per month

        User ratings

        • 5

          Exterior

        • 5

          Interior

        • 5

          Ride Qlty

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      Celerio FAQs

      The on-road price of the Maruti Suzuki Celerio in Delhi starts at ₹ 5.14 Lakh for the petrol engine. Meanwhile, the top end model (Celerio ZXi Plus AMT) with petrol engine is priced at ₹ 6.94 Lakh.
      The on-road price of the Maruti Suzuki Celerio in Delhi starts at ₹ 6.58 Lakh for the CNG engine.
      Maruti Suzuki Celerio ZXi Plus AMT is the highest priced and boasts the most number of features. The Maruti Suzuki Celerio VXi AMT is also loaded with all the required features. You can compare the feature list of Celerio ZXi Plus AMT and Celerio VXi AMT to find the best suited version for you.
      The ARAI reported mileage of Maruti Suzuki Celerio is 25.24 kmpl.
      Yes. The 1 versions of the model come with factory fitted CNG kits. If you choose to fit after-market CNG kits, the warranty might become void.

      Maruti Suzuki Celerio VXi CNG - ₹ 6.58 Lakh (Delhi)

      CNG versions have became popular among buyers because of the significantly lower running costs. This is because CNG gives better mileage compared to petrol and is also available at cheaper rates.

      Quick Facts about Maruti Suzuki Celerio

      Maruti Suzuki Celerio, a Hatchback, is available from ₹ 5.14 - 6.94 Lakh in India. Maruti Suzuki offers the latest Celerio in 8 versions in India. The base model LXi starts at ₹ 5.14 Lakh in Delhi and the top model ZXi Plus AMT priced at ₹ 6.94 Lakh in Delhi. If you are looking for 5 seater car then you should consider Celerio.

      Celerio comes in 7 Petrol version (s) and 1 CNG version (s).

      The Petrol version comes with 998cc engine capacity and Manual,AMT transmission mode(s). It generates 66 bhp @ 5500 rpm.

      The CNG version comes with 998cc engine capacity and Manual transmission mode(s). It generates 56 bhp @ 5300 rpm.

      Maruti Suzuki Celerio comes in 6 colors which include Speedy Blue, Glistening Grey, Arctic White, Silky Silver, Solid Fire Red, Caffeine Brown.

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      Celerio Specifications

      Note: Specifications for Celerio LXi have been mentioned

      Engine & Performance
      Fuel Type
      Petrol
      Transmission
      Manual - 5 Gears
      Mileage - ARAI Reported
      25.24
      Driving Range (km)
      808
      Engine
      998 cc, 3 Cylinders Inline, 4 Valves/Cylinder, DOHC
      Engine Type
      K10C
      Peak Power (bhp@rpm)
      66 bhp @ 5500 rpm
      Peak Torque (Nm@rpm)
      89 Nm @ 3500 rpm
      Drivetrain
      FWD
      Emission Standard
      BS 6
      -
      -
      Steering, Tyres, & Suspnsions
      Steering Type
      Power assisted (Electric)
      Suspension - Front
      MacPherson Strut with Coil Spring
      Suspension - Rear
      Torision Beam with Coil Spring
      Wheels Type
      Steel Rims
      Tyres Size - Front
      165 / 70 R14
      Tyres Size - Rear
      165 / 70 R14
      Spare Wheel
      Steel
      -
      -
      Size, Weight, & Dimensions
      Bootspace / Dicky Capacity (L)
      313
      Fuel Tank Capacity (L)
      32
      Passenger Capacity
      5
      Length (mm)
      3695
      Width (mm)
      1655
      Height (mm)
      1555
      Wheelbase (mm)
      2435
      Ground Clearance (mm)
      170
      Curb Weight (kgs)
      800
      No of Seating Rows
      2
      No of Doors
      5
      -

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      Maruti Suzuki Celerio News

      Maruti Suzuki S-CNG vehicles surpass one million sales
      Maruti Suzuki S-CNG vehicles surpass one million sales
      Nikhil Puthran
      by Nikhil Puthran
      03/15/2022 17:00:33

      The company offers nine models with S-CNG in India, which include the Alto, S-Presso, Wagon R, Celerio, Dzire, Ertiga, Eeco, Tour-S, and the Super Carry.

      Maruti Suzuki launches all-new CNG-powered Celerio in India at Rs 6.58 lakh
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