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Maruti Suzuki Celerio promises to have a host of updates to renew its fight in the small car segment.
Maruti Suzuki Celerio promises to have a host of updates to renew its fight in the small car segment.

2021 Maruti Suzuki Celerio to launch on November 10. Details here

  • Maruti Suzuki claims the new Celerio will be India's most fuel-efficient petrol car.

The latest Maruti Suzuki Celerio will be officially launched in the Indian car market on November 10. Bookings for the new Celerio were opened on Tuesday and prospective customers can make use of both online as well as offline channels to pay the 11,000 reservation amount.

Maruti Suzuki is betting big on the new Celerio to once again find many takers and is underlining its design changes on the outside, fresh cabin layout and additional convenience and safety highlights to strike the right chord.

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The 2021 Celerio has a more rounded exterior profile and comes with a fresh front grille, bolder character lines and a host of other changes to its body. On the inside, the dashboard layout seems to have been given an overhaul and may now appear more youthful than before.

Features like idle start-stop is expected to enhance mileage of the new Celerio. While the company has not officially released the mileage of the vehicle, officials claim that it will be the most fuel-efficient petrol car in the country. This on its own may make a solid case for Celerio at a time when fuel prices here have touched record levels and is on the rise consistently.

While the launch of the new Celerio may well be a shot in the arm for Maruti Suzuki, the production cycles may remain a concern for some time to come. The company recently said it lost out on producing around 1.16 lakh vehicles in the last quarter because of the global semiconductor shortage. While the shortage has been a challenge for almost every auto company across the world, Maruti says it is working to ensure delayed delivery timelines are addressed on priority even if it also admits that the situation moving forward would be hard to predict.

  • First Published Date : 03 Nov 2021, 07:58 AM IST

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