Maruti Suzuki CelerioX BS6 Launched in India: Price Starts At Rs 4.90 Lakh

Maruti Suzuki introduced the BS6-compliant version of the CelerioX with prices starting at Rs 4.90 lakh for the base VXI variant and going all the way up to Rs 5.67 lakh for the ZXI (O) range-topping variant in India. The 2020 Maruti Suzuki CelerioX BS6 experienced a nominal price hike of about Rs 15,000 compared to the BS4 range and offered in India in four variants- VXI, VXI (O), ZXI, and ZXI (O). Amid the ongoing lockdown that’s been implemented nationwide, India’s largest carmaker has listed the new CelerioX on its website and has launched in virtually.

Maruti Suzuki Celerio BS6 Prices
Celerio VXI Rs 4.90 lakh
Celerio VXI (O) Rs 4.96 lakh
Celerio ZXI Rs 5.15 lakh
Celerio VXI AGS Rs 5.33 lakh
Celerio VXI (O) AGS Rs 5.39 lakh
Celerio ZXI (O) Rs 5.55 lakh
Celerio ZXI AGS Rs 5.58 lakh
Celerio ZXI (O) AGS Rs 5.67 lakh

The same 1.0-liter, three-cylinder engine that powers a range of Maruti’s entry-level hatchbacks has been upgraded to meet the BS6 standards. The engine is tuned to put out 66bhp at 6000rpm and 90Nm at 3500rpm and mated to a five-speed manual gearbox as standard while an AMT transmission is optional. The engine delivers a claimed fuel economy of 21.63kmpl in both manual and automatic variants.

As far as looks are concerned, the CelerioX looks identical to its predecessor at every corner, sporting the same black claddings all around, piano-black honeycomb mesh grille and chunky fog lamp housings. In continues to ride on the same 14-inch alloy wheels which are finished in gloss black. Even the cabin remains similar to the outgoing model with the same all-black color theme with silver highlights with features like four-door power windows, manual HVAC, electric power steering, and multi-information display among others. However, we would have liked Maruti Suzuki to update the top-spec variants with the new 7.0-inch smart play 2.0 infotainment systems which is not too much to expect given that it’s already available in entry-level models like the Maruti Suzuki S-Presso Car. That said it gets dual-airbags, an anti-lock braking system (ABS) with electronic brake-force distribution (EBD), speed alert system, seat-belt warning, and rear parking sensors as standard.

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