market leader Maruti Suzuki India Limited launched its much awaited compact
car, Celerio, with the revolutionary Auto Gear Shift. With fuel efficiency same
as the manual transmission, the revolutionary Auto Gear Shift, christened EZ
Drive, is all set to redefine the car driving experience on Indian roads.
Interestingly, Auto Gear Shift on the Celerio is a first for India amongst
passenger cars. The car has been launched n four variants LXi, Vxi, Zxi and
introductory prices, ex showroom Delhi, for the manual version starts at Rs
3.90 lakh while for the automatic version it starts at Rs 4.29 lakh. The prices: Manual --LXi Rs 3.90, VXi- Rs
4.20 lakh, ZXi Rs 4.5o lakh, ZXi (optional) Rs 4.96 lakh. The prices for the
automatic: LXi Rs 4.29 lakh and VXi Rs
several benefits, Celerio comes with a best in class fuel efficiency of 23.1
kmpl, for both, Auto Gear Shift and the Manual Transmission variants. In terms
of maintenance of the car, the Auto Gear Shift technology on Celeriois
affordable and hassle free.
the Celerio, Kenichi Ayukawa, Managing Director& CEO said, “Maruti Suzuki
has always believed in offering cars that set new benchmarks of technology,
style and overall costs in India. Maruti Suzuki Celerio is the latest example
that brings path breaking Auto Gear Shift technology in cars for the first time
and that too, in country’s most popular compact car segment. The Celerio
promises a new, convenient and fun to drive experience, with top class fuel
efficiency, at a highly attractive price and low maintenance cost. We are
confident that Celerio will soon become a popular choice among customers as
they enjoy the benefits that this new technology brings.”
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