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Maruti Celerio Interior Pictures Leaked [Exclusive]

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Maruti Celerio Interior

Last week we had shown you the clear front and rear exterior profiles of the soon to be launched Maruti Celerio. Now, we have come up with the interior pictures of the much awaited hatchback. The cabin of the Maruti Celerio uses beige, black and silver tones that look fresh. The quality of the interiors isn’t as convincing as of the Hyundai Grand i10 but is much better than the outgoing Maruti A-Star. These snapshots are from the range topping ZXi trim of the Celerio. In terms of equipment and features, there’s nothing exciting to talk about, apart from the new semi-automatic transmission.

The Maruti Celerio comes with dashboard-mounted gear lever layout, just like the Hyundai Grand i10. If you notice, the gear lever is directly lifted from the Maruti A-Star but the arrangement of drive modes is different here. The regular P, R, N, D modes are featured on the right, while the manual mode is situated on the left side with ‘+’ and ‘-’ toggles. The steering wheel is derived from the Maruti Swift but the instrument cluster looks new and attractive. It gets rid of the engine temperature gauge and features a small MID screen on the right corner. The aftermarket Kenwood music system is provided on the ZXi trim.

Maruti Suzuki has improved the cabin space of the Celerio compared to the A-Star. The improvement in space is evident at the rear. All in all, the upcoming Maruti Celerio seems to be a good replacement for the A-Star and Zen Estilo (which should never have come in the first place). It looks mature with the new design language, has more space, will now come with a convenient yet fuel efficient transmission and we can always expect Maruti to come up with an aggressive price. The Maruti Celerio is likely to be offered with the 1.0-litre K10 petrol engine initially and a new 800cc, 2-cylinder diesel engine by the end of 2014. It will be launched at the upcoming 2014 Auto Expo with an expected on-road Mumbai price in the range of Rs. 4.60 – 5.95 lakhs for the petrol variants.

Maruti Celerio Rear Seat

Maruti Suzuki Celerio Spied Front

Maruti Suzuki Celerio Spied Rear

Suzuki A Wind Concept Dashboard

Suzuki A Wind Concept Seats

Suzuki A Wind Concept Rear Seats

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  • Rohan

    Is that model for India? To me, it looks more like an export product, even if it is made in India. It has two features that current A-star doesn’t have: rear wiper, manual override on automatic. Europeans don’t prefer cars without these features!

  • Prasadh

    Looks simple and neat.. Maruti has got an ace up its sleeves… sure shot winner… But this has to be priced well. Petrol ZXi should not cross 5.5-5.75 laks. If it goes beyond that, then i doubt its success. You can get a better powered (1.2L K series or 1.2 kappa) car for that.

  • sandy

    Thats better and demands atleast 2nd look. It comes next to Swift and Dzire dashboard design. But the rear space seems the same old story.

  • Vinod

    The interiors are really nice.But I was expecting a combination of beige & gold or beige & blue like the concept model.But I wont Mind.bcz of that exciting feature called AMT.Thank you Maruti

  • rahul

    Where is the SX4 replacement aka YL1?What happend to that.Motorbeam please bring the pictures of YL1 also.I’m very curious about this car

  • Ben

    Surely this time Maruti has a winner at its hand. I am sure this is going to do another alto and swift in sales.

  • Anand S

    Planning to buy wagon r, this looks NICE with much more features and looks good. Do you think I should wait for this car, if yes when it will reach market. ANY IDEA

    • Prasadh

      Anand S,
      I would suggest you to wait for this and not to go for the boxy wagon R. After seeing the complete image of the car, the launch should be around the corner. 2-3 months.

  • Sreejith M S

    Proud to be owner of the…………Celerio

  • santosh tidke

    it a good car i bay it

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