Report – Maruti Celerio gets 1,000 bookings/day; Now starts at INR 3.76 lakhs

Posted on: Feb 20, 2014 - 12:32pm IST

The global launch of the Celerio was conducted at theΒ 2014 Auto Expo earlier this month. Post the launch, Maruti is receiving over 1,000 bookings per day for the Celerio, says R C Bhargava, Chairman, Maruti Suzuki.

The Maruti Celerio is the first car in India to feature an automated manual transmission (AMT). While promising a lower buying cost (compared to conventional automatics), the AMT also achieves the same fuel economy as the manual variants of the Celerio at 23.1 km/l.

Maruti Suzuki is receiving 1,000 bookings/day for the Celerio.
Maruti Suzuki is receiving 1,000 bookings/day for the Celerio.

Post the interim budget announcement, Maruti has slashed prices across its range including the Celerio’s. Earlier priced at INR 3.9 lakhs, the Maruti Celerio LXi now costs INR 3.76 lakhs. The AMT is available in the base LXi and VXi trims only. These were earlier priced at INR 4.29 lakhs and INR 4.59 lakhs respectively, and post the announcement are priced at INR 4.14 lakhs and INR 4.43 lakhs respectively.

All prices mentioned here are ex-Showroom, New Delhi.

The Celerio is powered by a three-cylinder, 1.0-liter K-Series engine which produces 68 PS at 6,000 rpm and 90 Nm of torque at 3,500 rpm. The hatchback is available in four trim levels and seven body colors. The top-end ZXi Option includes features such as dual front airbags, ABS, alloy wheels, 2-DIN stereo system and steering integrated music controls.

Read our review of the Maruti Celerio VXi AMT

[Source – NDTV]

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8 thoughts on “Report – Maruti Celerio gets 1,000 bookings/day; Now starts at INR 3.76 lakhs

  1. surojit says:

    suzuki’s AMT technology was a dud in Europe, but in India since the name holds so strong that even if it launches any technology as long as it is priced aggressively any thing will sell..

  2. potha botha says:

    Maruti don’t play just the name game their cars are far better than their competition in durability, after sales support and servicing and this is exactly where Hyundai shaftes its customers, with higher spare cost couple with higher service costs people who only go after looks get’s their large anti maturi rhetoric down.
    PS huyndai still drives like shite, pathetic steering feedback ugly, lamely soft suspension, and jaggy high speed rides.

    Did I mention maruti still give better average. Their car target one who need to be sensible with their money, if you like hyundai why are you commenting on maruti? Seems to me you have plenty of time to waste. Try taking your i10 or what ever to leh through rohtang and then comeback after service and you will know what separates maturi from ‘others’

  3. Mohit Verma says:

    Improve the quality and safety of products suzuki…

  4. Asif says:

    It doesn’t matter how the car is. Since it is a maruti car,people will buy it inspite of the fact that there are some really god cars from other manufacturers in this segment

    1. Gaurav says:

      I second that. I came across this car yesterday & though it is brand new car, it looks ugly & dated. Even over a decade old Hyundai Santro looks fresh in comparison.

      1. Asif says:


      2. Rajiv says:

        thats correct …. outdated looks already.

      3. aniket says:

        Haha … Good joke πŸ˜‰

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