Suzuki India has announced the commencement of bookings for its much awaited,
stylish all-new Celerio.The new Celerio can be booked with an initial payment
of Rs 11,000/-.
forward, Maruti Suzuki’s new design language, the new Celerio with 3D organic
sculpted design and with dynamic characters creates an unmistakable design
impression. The front fascia sports an all-new radiant grill with sharp chrome
accents combined with an aggressive headlamp that gives it a signature look.
Srivastava, Senior Executive Director (Marketing & Sales), Maruti Suzuki
India Limited, said, “Since its launch, Celerio took the market by storm with
its unique style and the revolutionary Auto Gear Shift (AGS) Technology, that
helped democratize the two-pedal technology in the country. Brand Celerio has
since then stood for new age technology, modern design and practicality.
Today’s urban, progressive and aspirational customers, look for lively, active
and vivid products to match their persona. The All-New Celerio with a new
petrol engine, vibrant and stylish design, and with host of segment-first
features is an all-rounder. We are confident that the All-New Celerio will once
again energise the compact segment.”
CV Raman, Chief Technical Officer
(Engineering), Maruti Suzuki India Limited, said, “Powered by Next-Gen K-Series
Dual Jet, Dual VVT Engine with first in segment Idle Start-Stop Technology,
All-New Celerio will be the ‘most fuel-efficient petrol car in India’.”
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