Maruti Celerio launch was the most celebrated one at the Delhi Auto Expo 2014, as the car was about to redefine the driving experience of India further on.
However, the sales figures are not yet known that how many cars did the brand sold since the roll-out. But here, we managed to get our hands on one of its latest report which says, Maruti is about to roll-out the ZXi variant of AMT Celerio, seems to have received a better response than expected.
Thus, the Celerio AMT ZXi trim will have the features like audio system with radio, CD, USB, Aux-in and Bluetooth, 4 speakers, keyless entry, audio controls on steering wheel, front airbags, rear window wiper, washer etc.
Hopefully, Maruti will price it at Rs 38-40,000 more than the AMT and manual trims, means Celerio AMT ZXi would cost approximately Rs 4.70 lakh ex-showroom.
Mentioned below are technical specifications of Maruti Celerio AMT VXi variant:
• Transmission Type
• Engine Description
1.0-litre 67.06bhp 12V K10B Engine
• Engine Displacement(cc)
• Maximum Power
• Maximum Torque
• Fuel Type
• Fuel Tank Capacity(litres)
• Seating Capacity
Source: MotorTrend India
The global hatchback that has been produced by Maruti Suzuki, which was previously known as YL7, is now called the Celerio and is scheduled to make its debut at the 2014 New Delhi Auto Expo.
This name is already being used by Maruti Suzuki in some places like the Philippines, where this name has been given specifically to the A-Star. The company is expecting that the launch of the car in India would replace the space that has been created by the discontinued Zen Estilo.
Suzuki is also hoping that the car will replace the A-Star as well in the Indian market. The Celerio has already been previewed at the Thailand Motor Show 2013 by the Suzuki A: Wind Concept. The company will be presenting the production version of the car at the 2014 Auto Expo that will be held in New Delhi.
Maruti Suzuki Celerio is expected to feature a 1-litre, K10 engine, just like the other petrol engines of Maruti K series. Being a new car, it is surely said to be better tuned that the previous cars in order to offer greater efficiency to the customers. Maruti also anticipates that the launch of this new car would lead to the end of “Alto” in the international market, while cars like Alto K10 and the Alto 800 will still be sold in the Indian market along with the new Maruti Suzuki Celerio.