Maruti Celerio X

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Things We Like in Celerio X
  • Stylish looks
  • Reliable K series engine which is frugal
  • The handling of the car is easy, Celerio X can be driven in the city very easily
Things We Dont Like in Celerio X
  • The plastic used for the dash is not up to the mark
  • AMT lacks the refinement

Price List of Celerio X

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VXI ₹ 4.90 Lakh*
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VXI Option ₹ 4.96 Lakh*
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ZXI ₹ 5.15 Lakh*
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AMT VXI ₹ 5.33 Lakh*
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AMT VXI Option ₹ 5.39 Lakh*
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ZXI Option ₹ 5.55 Lakh*
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AMT ZXI ₹ 5.58 Lakh*
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AMT ZXI Option ₹ 5.67 Lakh*
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Maruti Celerio X Price In Popular Cities

  • Ahmedabad

    ₹ 4.69 - ₹ 5.55 Lakh

  • Bangalore

    ₹ 4.76 - ₹ 5.62 Lakh

  • Chandigarh

    ₹ 4.67 - ₹ 5.53 Lakh

  • Chennai

    ₹ 4.78 - ₹ 5.63 Lakh

  • Ghaziabad

    ₹ 4.66 - ₹ 5.52 Lakh

  • Gurgaon

    ₹ 4.62 - ₹ 5.47 Lakh

Maruti Celerio X Colors

Celerio X is available in 5 different colors - Orange, Glistening Grey, Pearl Arctic White, Caffeine Brown and Torque Blue.

  • Orange

  • Glistening Grey

  • Pearl Arctic White

  • Caffeine Brown

  • Torque Blue

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Review of Celerio X

  • Overview
  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Comfort Suspension
  • Engine Performance
  • Braking Safety


We have seen a paradigm shift in the customer’s choice over the years. More and more buyers are now giving preference to compact SUV/crossovers the craze which is already on its zenith. But the crossovers are yet of demonstrate their reliability in the domestic car bazaar. So the makers are not shying away in making new model in the crossover section as well. Maruti Suzuki, one of the largest carmaker in the subcontinent has introduced the pseudo crossover-hatchback Celerio X with the same idea of giving something different to crossover enthusiasts. The car is positioned below the Ignis in the company’s line-up. The car is based on the popular entry level hatchback available in the country with the name Celerio. The ‘X’ in the vehicle denotes the extra features it carries. The new Celerio X is primarily introduced to attract the young and enthusiastic buyers. The main highlight of this vehicle is the sporty exteriors and attractive inner profile.
From the outside, the new Celerio crossover-hatchback is designed on the X-theme based graphics. The Celerio X from each and every angle feels attractive and appealing and offers strong road presence. It does have that X factor in it as its name suggests. The changes on the front includes dual tone bumper, fog lamp housing that sits within the glossy black section and front radiator grille without chrome lining now. On the sides, it gets 14-inch alloy wheels black in colour. Other than this the ORVMs, door beading and door handles are covered in all black scheme. The car features heavy plastic cladding all over that includes the wheel arches as well. At the back, Celerio X receives dual tone treatment and faux skid plate that further liven up the outer design. In terms of dimensions, Celerio X is slightly longer and wider as compared to its regular hatchback. Maruti Celerio X measures 3715mm in length, 1635mm in width, 1565mm in height and sits on the similar wheelbase of 2425mm while the ground clearance is the same as in the stock car at 165mm. Maruti Celerio X is offered in 5 different colour schemes such as Paprika Orange, Arctic White, Torque Blue, Caffeine Brown and Glistening Grey.
The interiors of the Celerio X are also as sporty as its exteriors. The all-black colour theme with white accents goes well with its sporty characteristics. The seats are comfortable and are covered with patterned all-black and orange accents. As for the gadgetry, it comes packed with CD player, audio system with radio, USB port, Bluetooth and AUX-in connectivity with 4-speakers for audio output. Other comfort features included are power windows, keyless entry, audio controls on steering wheels, power steering, 60:40 rear seat split and height adjustable driver seat.
In terms of specifications, Maruti Celerio X is powered by a petrol mill. This crossover-ish hatchback makes power from the same engine that is working in the Celerio, Alto K10 and WagonR. It carries the same 1.0L KB-10 engine that can churn the power output of 69PS and the maximum torque of 90Nm. The petrol oil burner comes mated to 5-speed manual gearbox and has the option of an AMT as well. The car returns the ARAI certified mileage of 23.1kmpl.
Maruti Celerio X being a crossover come equipped decent list of safety features. The features list includes Driver and passenger airbags, ABS, pedestrian protection, driver seat belt reminder and buzzer, child proof rear door lock, headlight levelling, front seat belts pre-tensioner and force limiter, rear window wiper and washer and rear window demister.
Maruti Celerio X is available in four trims including V, V(O), Z and Z(O). The price starts from Rs. 4.63 lakh and extends up to Rs. 5.49 lakh. The base variant Celerio X VXI is available at the price tag of Rs. 4.63 lakh while the Celerio X VXI Option is tagged at Rs. 4.78 lakh. The ZXI trim is tagged at Rs. 4.88 lakh. The Celerio X AMT VXI and AMT VXI option is available at the price tag of Rs. 5.06 lakh and Rs. 5.21 lakh respectively. The top of the range Celerio X AMT ZXI is tagged at Rs. 5.31 lakh and AMT ZXI Option is available at the price tag of Rs. 5.49 lakh, ex-showroom. Celerio X currently lock horns with Toyota Etios Cross and Mahindra KUV100 NXT in the segment.


Enter inside and the most obvious change you will find is the new all-black sporty interiors. Further, the X-factor is evident with the bold and sporty orange accents on the seats which seem to be a tasteful addition. All these have given an upshot in terms of material quality, fit and finish over the standard model. However, the cost cutting can be seen in the form of integrated headrests which is the reason why this car falls in the affordable category.
Rest, you will witness the familiar Maruti cabin. The scores no doubt scores well in terms of ergonomics as everything comes easy on hands. The driver’s seat just like the standard model gets height adjusting functionality. Getting into comfortable driving position is relatively easy than other cars in the segment with rake adjustable steering. Though there is enough support for doing short trips, but a slightly increased bolstering for the lower back as well as for under thigh support could have been better.
The steering which is shared from Swift also gets controls for telephony and music. The instrument cluster is a three-pod unit featuring speedometer, tachometer and a MID that gives info on average fuel economy, instant average, distance to empty, current gear and host of other information. Coming to the centre console, it features music system that also offers USB, Bluetooth and Aux-In connectivity. The ac vents are typically Maruti while the cabin can get cooled quickly and won’t let you complain.
The rear bench are positioned slightly higher as compared to the front seats that can be reclined backwards as per comfort. The rear seats can absorb two adult passengers with ease, however, adding a third person would result in a tight-tight situation. Though the car misses out on rear ac vents but it isn’t a deal breaker. The car also misses out on touchscreen infotainment which could have been added to differentiate between the X and the standard model. Moreover, looking at what new Hyundai Santro is offering, these things can prove a deal breaker.
What’s interesting is that Maruti has managed to spare good amount of space in the cabin for a car with such compact dimensions. Other interesting features in the car include rear parcel shelf, electrically adjustable ORVMs and 60:40 rear split.


In flesh, the new Celerio X is just a trekking wear. And there are pretty much reasons for that. The car shares the same body panels as of the stock model. It features dual-toned body with matte-black faux cladding all across, a styling element which is a common characteristic among the hatchback cum crossovers. Further, the front bumpers is slightly revised featuring two faux black bands running vertically below the headlights and which also provide enclosure for circular fog lamps.
The black grille at the front at the front is flanked by smoked headlamps. At the sides, there are a lot of black elements given to the car. The Celerio X features a blackened ORVM, door sills, black wheel arches and body cladding. Also, the B-pillar, roof rails and the door handles are finished in black. The blackened elements gel well with the Paprika Orange which is exclusive to this model.
Real profile features black bumper with silver scuff plate as well as integrated reflectors. The tail lamps are the same as of standard Celerio while the roof spoiler has a subtle appearance. Overall, there are a lot of factors at the outside that differentiate the X model from the stock one.

Mileage Running Cost

As the engine is shared from the standard model, the fuel efficiency is also identical. The fuel economy is exactly what the automated manual transmission has been tweaked for. The Celerio X delivers ARAI certified mileage of 23kmpl with both the manual and AMT gearbox.

Comfort Suspension

First thing first, the new Celerio X is not a proper crossover-hatchback just like Hyundai i20 Active. It does not have raised suspension setup and also it shares the same ground clearance with the standard model. But the suspension is supple at low speeds, neither too stiff nor too soft to crash into big potholes.
The car feels planted at high speeds while the light steering makes the drive effortless. The body roll is well under the acceptable limits for a car like this. The car has decent grip and nice road manners as you would expect in a family hatchback. The overall ride and handling is neutral.

Engine Performance

Under the hood, the Celerio X houses the same tried and tested 1.0L K-series petrol engine working in Celerio. The motor produces 68PS and 90Nm of max torque. The power is either transmitted through 5-speed manual gearbox or automated manual transmission. The performance is nothing different from the regular Celerio and the engine feels eager. The car is competent enough to handle highways and corners and by no means it feel lethargic in both the manual and the AMT.
The engine is a peppy one with nice low and mid-range grunt and only feels stressed and loud when it is driven at high rpms. Due to low kerb weight and compact dimensions, the vehicle feels very agile potter around the city. Just like other cars in the line-up such as Alto, the 3-cylinder engine strums as the car approaches the redline. The engine’s performance with the AMT is quite different and bit problematic. The car is equipped with drive-by-wire technology, so the gears changes as per the driving style.
One can feel the rubber-band effect, especially when the car is driven in low gears. Moreover, as the engine changes speed, the lag is too much given the continuous gear changing environment as and when the accelerator is feathered. And it is also not easy to predict the gear change. The car can get a little irregular when the engine is in low revs while the AMT decides to downshift or not. The senseless gearbox can also make the power on tap a bit unpredictable, so placing into gaps needs some advance planning.
But there is a simple solution to it, drive the car in manual mode. It will make the vehicle more predictable as you are able to hold it until the redline and extract more performance out of the engine.

Braking Safety

The braking setup is sharp and works at higher speeds too. And for an automatic car the brakes meet the expectations. The Celerio X though has a lot to offer in the safety department. The crossover is loaded with driver and co-passenger airbag, ABS, driver seat belt reminder, pedestrian protection, child proof rear door lock, rear window wipe and wash and central locking. Other safety measures include headlamp levelling functionality and engine immobilizer.

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