Official: Suzuki Celerio –

After a very short teaser campaign, Maruti Suzuki presented today in India the second generation of the Celerio, with its orders starting from the 3rd of this month.

The new Celerio is relatively larger in size than the previous generation, but remains within the specifications of the A-segment. More specifically, the length of the model is 3,695 mm, the width 1,655 mm, the height 1,555 mm, while the wheelbase reaches 2,435 mm. In addition, its luggage space is announced at 313 liters, being 40% larger than the outgoing model.

Mechanically, under the hood there is a 1,000 hp atmospheric three-cylinder engine (K10C), producing 65 hp and 89 Nm of torque. He himself, in combination with the addition of a turbo, drives the Baleno, Vitara, and Swift. Suzuki states that it is the most economical gasoline car in India, citing information from JATO Dynamics.

It is the first model in the category to have a start-stop system, while also a system that regulates the timing of both the intake camshafts and the exhaust camshafts. In addition, it has EGR and a built-in exhaust manifold. The engine is mated to either a 5-speed manual transmission or an automated manual transmission.

The average consumption for the second is announced at 3.75 liters / 100 km, a number that is improved by 23% compared to the previous generation. When combined with the manual transmission, the average consumption is 4 liters / 100 km. Suzuki announced that a gas version will be added soon.

Inside, the cabin has been completely redesigned and the center console has a 7-inch touch screen for infotainment, surrounded by modern air vents for the air conditioning system. Other details that can be seen from the video are the hard plastics, the two airbags, the new gear levers for the gearbox and the red touches on the analog instrument panel. The new generation also brings more equipment with modern safety and comfort features.

In conclusion, the design of the new model looks much more rounded compared to its predecessor, with Suzuki stating that it follows the design language “Dynamic 3D Organic Sculpting”. The sculpted body is full of curves, with accentuated wheel arches, round lights, a smaller grille and large air intakes on the bumpers.

Six exterior colors are available, namely Arctic White, Silky Silver, Glistening Gray, Solid Fire Red, Speedy Blue and Caffeine Brown.

The price of the new Maruti Suzuki Celerio starts at 499,000 INR (€ 5,850) for the base LXi version, reaching 694,000 INR (€ 8,140) for the top VXi + with the AGS automatic transmission.

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