New Maruti CelerioX launched at Rs 4.57 lakh

    Crossover version of the Celerio hatchback will be available with manual and AMT gearbox options.

    Published On Dec 01, 2017 02:46:00 PM


    Maruti Suzuki has launched the CelerioX, the crossover version of the Celerio hatchback. The highlights of the new variant include X-theme-based front grille graphics, side and rear body cladding, and a blacked-out B-pillar. Also on offer is a new orange shade for the exterior.

    The interior has been spruced-up with coloured accents as well. 

    Engine and transmission options are shared with the standard Celerio. The 998cc, three-cylinder petrol motor makes 68hp and 90Nm of torque and is mated to a five-speed manual gearbox. Also, like the standard Celerio, the cross-hatch will get the option of a five-speed AMT as well.

    Prices for the cross-version of the CelerioX start at Rs 4.57 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) for the VXi manual variant and go up to Rs 5.43 lakh for the top-end ZXi (O) AMT variant. Variant-to-variant, the CelerioX is about Rs 8,000 pricier than the standard Celerio.

    Both manual and AMT options are available in four variants each. Interestingly, Maruti has left out the base LXi variant for the CelerioX.

    Manual variant prices (ex-showroom, Delhi)
    VariantPrice (ex-showroom, Delhi)
    VxiRs 4.57 lakh
    Vxi (O)Rs 4.72 lakh
    ZxiRs 4.82 lakh
    Zxi (O)Rs 5.31 lakh

    Automatic variant prices (ex-showroom, Delhi)
    Vxi AMTRs 5.00 lakh
    Vxi (O) AMTRs 5.15 lakh
    Zxi AMTRs 5.25 lakh
    Zxi (O) AMTRs 5.43 lakh

    Also read: 2017 Maruti Celerio X variant details revealed

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