Maruti is also known also Maruti Suzuki India Limited which was formerly known as Maruti Udyog India Limited. This is a very well-known automobile manufacturer company in India. Suzuki is a Japanese subsidiary automobile and motorbikes manufacturer. Maruti Udyog India Limited was established on February 1981 and Suzuki collaborated with it on 1982. This company has doing well despite a lot of problem faced by these companies when they entered into joint venture. Now they successfully run two facility plants one is Gurgaon manufacturing facility and another is Manesar manufacturing facility. Now they have come up with Maruti Celerio LXI AT. The company is a master in manufacturing small cars. This present car Maruti Celerio LXI AT costs around four lakhs. With is curvy design, spacious interior and flexible pricing Maruti Celerio LXI AT is all set to give a tough competition to its rivals in many ways.
Maruti Celerio LXI AT is a petrol type car. It has a manual transmission type. The car gives 23.1 kilometer per liter. The fuel tank can hold around thirty five liters. It has a centrally mounted fuel tank. It is said that Maruti Suzuki India Limited has another winner in their list which is going to make a lot of mark in the market. The front brake has vandalized disc and the rear brake has ventalised disc. It has coil spring shock absorbers. It is also provided with five speed gear box. The total weight of the car is 1250 kilogram.
Interiors and Exteriors
Maruti Celerio LXI AT has radial tyres with R13 tyres. The six spoke sliver alloy wheels lend a sporty look to the car. The interior has around five people seating arrangement. It also has five doors. The steering is a power one with a turn radius of 4.7 meters.Maruti Celerio LXI AT is available in blazing red, silky silver, glistening grey, pearl arctic white, cave black, cerulean blue and sunshine rye. On the panel there is low fuel indicator and a digital clock. On the rear it has seat head rest. There are two cup holders each in the front and in the rear. Actually the car has fifteen utility spaces to hold things like phones, sunglasses, magazines etc. The car is equipped with both air conditioned and heater. The upholstery is fabric.Maruti Celerio LXI AT has been provided with manually adjustable exterior adjustable rear view mirror. It also has power antennae. The car body comes with increased number of aerodynamic lines. The feature of the side profile is very elegant and pleasing.
On the passenger side there is a rear view mirror. This car comes with larger visibility to give a proper visibility. There are even rear seat belts in the car. Maruti Celerio LXI AT has been provided with halogen lights. It has door ajar warning. This warning gets activated if the door is kept opened or not properly locked. It has adjustable seater and also engine immobilizer. There are some other safety feature like dual air bags, ABS and power steering.
With Ez Drive Maruti Suzuki has set feature benchmark in small sub Rs,5 lacs hatchback for other car makers. The benchmark is as revolutionary as Hyundai Santro's Circa 2000 introduction of Power Steering in a small hatchback car. Driven by car buyers need to reduce driving fatigue, Maruti through Celerio's EZ Drive has managed to tap into a huge untapped market potential and that too in a segmenet that has volumes to make any such endeavour a profitable excercise.
Whilst, the Automatic gear shift is no great technological innovation, but by offering an auto gear shift to hatchback buyers Maruti sure has managed to create a buzz in the market. Celerio Auto gear shift in addition to offering the conveneience fo Automatic gear shift to its buyers also offers the advantage of using a Manual shift for those intrested in driving the Celerio in Manual transmission mode.
Celerio Automatic LXi though has all the features of Lxi version and more, the addtional features are: Tachometer, Gear Shift Position Indicator and Automatic transmission.
With Celrio Automatic LXi variant Maruti sure has made automatic far more within reach for many car buyers in India.