The Celerio is a B-segment hatchback from Maruti Suzuki launched mainly to replace the A-Star. The Celerio plugs the gap between the Wagon R and the Ritz with a car that provides decent cabin and boot space.


The Maruti Suzuki Celerio  lxi is the entry level model in the car’s diesel range. In terms of design, there is no difference between the diesel and petrol versions of the Celerio and the only difference lies under the hood.
The Celerio lxi being the base model trim of this compact hatchback misses out on some nice features that the higher trims offer. However, even the base model looks trendy and attractive, as the Celerio has an overall smart design language. The Celerio is a global compact hatchback and offers a contemporary appeal. Its front fascia flaunts a nice radiator grille with a dose of chrome, stylishly made big headlights and sculpted body hued bumper. The Celerio gets a very trendy side profile with bold character lines etched on its large doors. The car’s rear design comes with a nice bumper, and stylized tail lights.


The Celerio lxi has the same interior design as the Petrol counterpart. Despite being a compact hatchback, the Maruti Celerio has a surprisingly roomy cabin with enough head and leg space for a comfortable drive experience. The car offers a nice interior in dual tone upholstery and features quality materials for an overall good look and feel.
The Celerio lxi  offers high quality fabric seat covers, electrical power stylish steering wheel and many utility features such as cup and bottle holders, magazine pocket and a large boot area for convenience.


The Maruti Suzuki Celerio has only one engine option – a 998 cc, 3-cylinder petrol engine that puts out a modest power of 67 bhp. The power output might sound underwhelming but it is more than sufficient for city commutes and daily drives, essentially the type of driving that this car is designed for. Maruti Suzuki has taken the old K10 engine out of the Alto and made a whole bunch of modifications to it. The resultant of all that work is the K10B engine and it is a significant improvement over its predecessor. This engine has good power and is reasonably silent at the lower end of the rev range, but at higher revs, it does get rather loud. The aspect of the car with the highest amount of hype surrounding it is the new 5-speed automated manual transmission, which Maruti Suzuki refers to as “EZ Drive.” This gearbox can be thought of as a regular automatic gearbox, in the sense that there is no clutch pedal and the selector lever looks very similar to a conventional automatic transmission; however, it differs because it uses electronically-controlled hydraulic actuators to shift up and down through gears. This provides for effortless driving and no matter how jammed up the roads are, you can navigate through them like a breeze.

Body Type
Fuel Type Petrol
Fuel Supply System
Acceleration (0-100 kmph) 15.05 Secondss
Top Speed 150 Kmphkmph
Engine Displacement(cc) 998
Maximum Power 67.04bhp@6000rpm
Maximum Torque 90Nm@3500rpm
Engine Description 1.0-litre 67.04bhp 12V K10B Engine
Turning Radius 4.7 metres
No. of Cylinders 3
Gear box 5
Drive Type FWD
Turbo Charger
Super Charger
Valves Per Cylinder 4
Compression Ratio 11.0:1
Steering Gear Type Rack and pinion
Seating Capacity 5
No of Doors 4
Length 3600mm
Width 1600mm
Height 1560mm
Ground Clearance 165mm
Wheel Base 2425mm
Front Tread 1420mmmm
Rear Tread 1410mmmm
Kerb Weight 810kg
Gross Weight 1250kgKg
Front Headroom
Front Legroom
Rear Headroom
Rear Legroom
Fuel Tank Capacity 35
Cargo Volume 235-litresLitres
Tyre Size 155/80 R13
Tyre Type Radial/Tube less
Wheel Size 13 InchInch
Alloy Wheel Size Inch
  • Digital Clock
  • Glove Compartment
  • Heater
  • Front Impact Beams
  • Side Impact Beams
  • Child Safety Locks
  • Anti-Theft Alarm
  • Door Ajar Warning
  • Rear Seat Belts
  • Low Fuel Warning Light
  • Accessory Power Outlet
  • Remote Fuel Lid Opener
  • Remote Trunk Opener
  • Power Steering
  • Air Conditioner
  • Halogen Headlamps

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