Maruti Suzuki has propelled the BS6-consistent CNG variation of the Celerio hatchback, with costs beginning from Rs 5.61 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). As in the past, the overhauled BS6 Celerio CNG is accessible in two trim levels – VXi and VXi(O) – directed at private people, with armada administrators being offered a committed model badged as the Tour H2. The VXi(O) is estimated at Rs 5.68 lakh while the Tour H2 is valued at Rs 5.37 lakh.
Is there any distinction in execution?
While Maruti has not uncovered any yield figures for the BS6 Celerio CNG, it has uncovered the official mileage figure of 30.47km/kg. Contrasted with the BS4 vehicle, the figure is down 1.29km/kg. As far as force yield, anticipate that it should stay pretty much unaltered from that of the BS4 model. In BS4-spec, the Celerio’s 1.0-liter K10 unit was useful for 68hp and 90Nm of torque when consuming petroleum, and 59hp and 78Nm of torque when running on CNG. As in the past, the CNG models are just accessible with a 5-speed manual gearbox as standard.
What’s the value contrast?
Contrasted with the BS4 model, costs have been climbed by around Rs 30,000 for the VXi and VXi(O) CNG models.
What are its opponents?
The BS6 Celerio CNG is equaled by the Hyundai Santro, which excessively is accessible with a production line fitted CNG pack. Likewise with the Celerio, the Santro also gets the choice for a CNG pack on its mid variations – Magna and Sportz – yet is valued at a progressively premium Rs 5.85 lakh and Rs 6.20 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
The Celerio CNG is Maruti’s fifth BS6-consistent CNG model, after the Alto, Ertiga, Wagon R and Eeco. The carmaker had additionally exhibited a BS6-consistent CNG rendition of the S-presso at the Auto Expo prior this year, however it is yet to be propelled.
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