Maruti Celerio X Maruti Could Have Done More
Maruti Suzuki India has recently added another car in its portfolio with the name Celerio X. This time company has tried something new to lure the young buyers who want to buy a beefed up hatch within the affordable price tag. The new car CelerioX is more of an embellished version of the standard Celerio hatchback. The external appearance of the Celerio X is quite eye catchy and had a decent road presence. The X variant complements a designed X theme-based graphics all around the radiator grille at the. The front bumper is also redesigned and gets black cladding between the fog lamps and headlamps. Eyeliner like effect below the headlights is done with the gloss black finish while it houses the circular fog lamps. There is a protective cladding on the side profile and bash plate on the rear bumper. In terms of dimensions, Maruti Celerio X is slightly wider and longer than its regular version. It has to be cleared right away that it?s not a proper cross-hatch like Hyundai i20 Active. The latter is built upon raised suspension as its counterpart Elite i20, while Celerio X shares the same ground clearance as that of Celerio hatch.
Inside, the car features all black interiors along with white accents while the remaining things in the cabin are same as in standard Celerio. Maruti could have given it a different look by adding up SmartPlay touchscreen infotainment system and some more touch-ups here and there. However, the seats do get patterns with orange highlight that enhances the ambiance. Infotainment system and Bluetooth, AUX and USB function are carried over from the standard model. Mechanically, Celerio X is powered by the same 1.0L K-series petrol mill that produces 68bhp and generates peak torque of 90Nm, transmission choices include 5-speed manual and AMT. Celerio X does not have a direct competitor as such, but at a little stretch, it can be compared with Renault Kwid with its SUVish styling. In fact, Kwid is good at ground clearance and does have touchscreen infotainment. So, in my opinion, Maruti could have given the Celerio X a unique persona. However, for those want to flaunt a cross-hatch like vehicle in the crowd at just a premium of Rs. 8,000 more, Celerio X is not bad at all.
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