2021 Maruti Suzuki Celerio price, variants explained

    The new Celerio boasts of segment-first features, including idle start/stop system and DualJet technology.

    Published On Nov 11, 2021 08:00:00 AM


    Maruti Suzuki India has launched the second-gen Celerio, with prices ranging from Rs 4.99 lakh to Rs 6.94 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The new Celerio is based on the carmaker’s Heartect platform that also underpins other popular models, such as the Wagon R. The new Celerio is larger, better equipped and more fuel efficient than its predecessor and is powered by a new 1.0-litre petrol engine.

    • Available in four trims
    • AMT gearbox available on all but the base trim
    • Top-spec trims gets several segment-first features

    Maruti is offering the new Celerio in four trims  LXI, VXI, ZXI and ZXI+. It comes with a sole petrol engine and while the manual gearbox is standard on all four trims, the AMT gearbox is available on the top three. In all, there are seven variants to choose from.

    2021 Maruti Suzuki Celerio price (ex-showroom)
    LXiRs 4.99 lakh-
    VXiRs 5.63 lakhRs 6.13 lakh
    ZXiRs 5.94 lakhRs 6.44 lakh
    ZXi+Rs 6.44 lakhRs 6.94 lakh

    As for colour options, the new Celerio will be offered with a choice of six monotone shades to choose from  Arctic White, Silky Silver, Glistening Grey, Solid Fire Red, Speedy Blue and Caffeine Brown.

    Let’s take a closer look at what each trim of the new Celerio has to offer.

    2021 Maruti Suzuki Celerio LXI (MT: Rs 4.99 lakh)

    • Idle engine start/stop tech
    • Gear shift indicator
    • Air conditioning
    • Power steering
    • 12V power outlet
    • Dual airbags
    • Seat belt reminders (driver and co-driver)
    • Front seatbelt pre-tensioners
    • ABS
    • Rear parking sensors

    2021 Maruti Suzuki Celerio VXI (MT: Rs 5.63 lakh; AMT: Rs 6.13 lakh)

    • Full wheel covers
    • Central locking
    • Power windows
    • Electric adjust wing mirrors
    • Day night rear view mirror
    • Split folding rear seat
    • Speed sensing door lock
    • Impact sensing door unlock
    • Hill start assist (AMT only)
    • Tachometer (AMT only)

    2021 Maruti Suzuki Celerio ZXI (MT: Rs 5.94 lakh; AMT: 6.44 lakh)

    • Audio system with USB, aux and Bluetooth
    • Tachometer
    • Tilt adjust steering
    • Remote lock/unlock
    • Steering mounted controls
    • Rear wiper
    • Rear defogger

    2021 Maruti Suzuki Celerio ZXI+ (MT: Rs 6.44 lakh; AMT: Rs 6.94 lakh)

    • Power folding wing mirrors
    • 15-inch alloy wheels
    • Keyless entry and go
    • 7.0-inch touchscreen
    • Android Auto/Apple CarPlay
    • Driver seat height adjust
    • Fog lamps

    2021 Maruti Suzuki Celerio: engine and specs

    The Celerio is powered by Maruti’s new-gen K10C engine. Notably, this engine features DualJet technology and idle start/stop system, which makes the Celerio one of the most fuel-efficient petrol cars on sale in the market. In fact, Maruti is claiming a fuel economy of 25.24kpl (LXi, VXi, ZXi) for the manual and 26.68kpl (VXi) for the AMT. The ZXi+ manual is claimed to deliver a lower 24.97kpl, with the ZXi AMT and ZXi+ AMT said to return a claimed 26kpl.

    The 1.0-litre three-cylinder naturally aspirated unit produces 67hp and 89Nm of peak torque – down 1hp and 1Nm over the outgoing model. A 5-speed manual gearbox is standard, with the option of a 5-speed AMT unit available from the VXi trim.

    2021 Maruti Suzuki Celerio: rivals

    The new Maruti Suzuki Celerio goes up against the Hyundai Santro, Tata Tiago and Datsun Go. At its current pricing, the new Celerio is also slightly more expensive than its sibling, the Wagon R, prices for which range from Rs 4.93 to 6.45 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

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    Maruti Suzuki Celerio vs rivals: price, specifications compared

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