The brochure was leaked online and it confirms the variants, engine, transmission options and features of the car.

Maruti will launch its Celerio X soon and a lot of details are now online thanks to a leaked brochure.

According to the brochure, the engine and transmission remains unchanged, the car will continue to be powered by the same 998cc, three-cylinder petrol motor that makes 68hp and 90Nm and is mated to a five-speed manual gearbox. There is an option of a five-speed AMT as well.

Here’s a comprehensive list of variants and the features offered:

Celerio X VXi

·         Manual and AMT gearbox

·         Body-coloured bumpers

·         Black cladding on the bumpers and sides

·         Blacked-out B-pillar

·         Black wheel covers

·         Day-night rear-view mirror

·         60:40 split rear seats

·         Integrated rear headrest

·         Manual AC

·         Central locking

·         Power windows with auto down for the driver's side

·         Gear indicator (on manual only)

·         Driver-side airbag

Celerio X VXi (O)

·         Manual and AMT gearbox

·         Dual front airbags

·         ABS

Celerio X ZXi

·         Powered wing mirrors with integrated indicators

·         Audio system with CD, Aux-in, USB, Bluetooth and four speakers

·         Keyless entry

·         Steering-mounted audio controls

·         Tilt-adjustable steering

·         Rear window defogger, wash and wiper

Celerio X ZXi (O)

·         Manual and AMT gearbox

·         Front fog lamps

·         Black 14-inch alloy wheels

·         Driver’s seat height adjust

         Security system

The new Celerio X will compete against the Renault Kwid Climber, Mahindra KUV100 and the upcoming Ford Figo Cross.

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