First off all, I do not own a Celerio but i had a chance to drive it for a mere 300ish kilometers on a single stretch and I can say that it was a good ride. I borrowed the car from my...
Maruti Suzuki Celerio X
|Price|| 4.85 Lakhs onwards|
|Mileage|| 23.1 kmpl|
|Engine|| 998 cc|
|Transmission|| Manual and AMT|
|Seating Capacity|| 5|Variants Avg. Ex-Showroom price 998 cc, Petrol, Manual, 23.1 kmpl ₹ 4.85 Lakhs 998 cc, Petrol, Manual, 23.1 kmpl ₹ 4.91 Lakhs 998 cc, Petrol, Manual, 23.1 kmpl ₹ 5.1 Lakhs 998 cc, Petrol, AMT, 23.1 kmpl ₹ 5.28 Lakhs 998 cc, Petrol, AMT, 23.1 kmpl ₹ 5.34 Lakhs 998 cc, Petrol, Manual, 23.1 kmpl ₹ 5.51 Lakhs 998 cc, Petrol, AMT, 23.1 kmpl ₹ 5.53 Lakhs 998 cc, Petrol, AMT, 23.1 kmpl ₹ 5.63 Lakhs
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- Looks more muscular than a standard car
- Peppy petrol engine
- Spacious cabin
Could be Better
- Some features like touchscreen system missing
- Overall fit and finish isn’t great
- High boot loading lip
Celerio X Verdict
The Maruti Celerio X is essentially a more rugged version of the regular car. Other than the visual treats which try to lend it a micro-crossover stance, the mechanicals remain the same and so does the ground clearance. This iteration primarily brings the Celerio on par with the current flavor of the market - one that rhymes with crossovers/SUVs.
Celerio X Review
Most Indian car buyers are nowadays preferring the SUV/crossover looks as against the standard hatchback. So after introducing the refreshed Celerio recently, Maruti Suzuki is now gearing up to launch a crossover model of the Celerio named Celerio X.
Maruti Suzuki has expanded the Celerio line-up with the introduction of the CelerioX. The CelerioX is priced at Rs 8000 more than the equivalent version of the standard car. Based on the recently introduced 2017 Celerio, it is available in eight variants, five colour schemes with both manual and AMT transmission options. With the CelerioX, the carmaker is targeting young and spirited car buyers in the country where the standard Celerio appeals to the serious and older car buyers.
The CelerioX can be had in Vxi, Vxi AMT, Vxi (O), Zxi, Zxi AMT, Zxi (Optional) and Zxi (O) guises. Appearance wise, the X variant adds a designed X-theme based graphic around the grille in front. There is protective cladding on side body and bash plate on the rear bumper. The smeared-eyeliner-like effect beneath the headlights is done in gloss black finish and houses the circular fog lamps. The same effect continues on the roof rails and B-pillar. Colour options include – Solid Paprika Orange, Arctic White, Glistening Grey, Caffeine Brown, and Torque Blue. Of which the Paprika Orange is its signature colour. The black treatment continues on the inside with subtle white accents. The black seat trims gets orange piping. The CelerioX comes with driver-side airbag as standard. Meanwhile, the passenger air bags and ABS are offered as an optional fitment across all trims.
Powering the CelerioX is a K10B 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol engine producing 67bhp of power and 90Nm. Power is sent to front wheels via a five-speed manual or a five-speed AMT or what Maruti likes to call AGS (auto gear shift). The CelerioX is not offered with the CNG variant of the hatchback. The CelerioX competes mainly against the Renault Kwid and the Mahindra KUV100.
Maruti Suzuki Celerio X Colours
Celerio X is available/sold in the following colours in India.
Maruti Suzuki Celerio X in News
On one side we have the Tiago NRG and on other, it’s the Celerio X. Let the bout begin
Take a look at the pictures of the Maruti Suzuki CelerioX.
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