Maruti Suzuki’s Celerio will shortly launch diesel and CNG variant

Written by | May 20, 2014 | 0
Hyderabad: Maruti Suzuki’s tailgate car Celerio, which hit the Indian roads in February 2014, will shortly launch its diesel variant in the country this fiscal. It is currently India’s cheapest automatic car. Moreover, Celerio’s CNG variant will be launched in June 2014 and will be available only in manual variant.

The car has received good reviews post its launch and the demand for the set of wheels is surging and the company is finding hard to keep the increased demand.

Presently, the petrol Celerio is offered in a five-speed manual transmission model and in an automatic manual transmission (AMT) model.

The Auto Gear Shift system has no manual clutch and so there are only two pedals.

The AMT is an intelligent new technology that helps the driver giving the benefits of both the fuel-efficient manual transmission in addition to the clutchless convenience of an automatic transmission. The AMT is available only in the low end LXi and VXi variants.

Currently, the car comes in petrol variant and boasts of an average of 23.1 kmpl. The basic model starts at Rs 3.9 lakh, ex-Delhi, with the top-end ZXi priced at Rs 4.9 lakh.
The car is available in seven colors.

The interior of the car is designed to maximize comfort and space. The rear seats get 60:40 split option known as ‘XpanDesign’ for more luggage space.

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