Prices of the Celerio start from ₹4.15 lakh for the base LXi trim and go up to ₹5.34 lakh for the top-spec ZXi (O) which comes fitted with an automated manual transmission.
The car features tweaked front and rear bumpers, a new grille with chrome garnish on the top as well as new fog lamp bezels. The alloy wheel design remains unchanged and the car looks similar in profile.
The dashboard features a dual-tone black and greige (a mix of beige and grey) finish, new seat covers in greige, silver accents and a new design for the door trim. There is no touchscreen infotainment system.
All 12 variants of the Celerio Feature a driver’s side airbag and a driver’s side seat belt warning feature as standard. You can get a front passenger airbag and ABS as optional extras across the range. The car also meets Indian safety norms for pedestrian, offset and side impact regulations.
The same 1.0-litre, three-cylinder petrol engine continues to be offered and it makes 68hp and 90Nm. All variants come with a five-speed manual gearbox as standard, but you can choose the higher-spec VXi and ZXi trims also offer the choice of a five-speed AMT gearbox.