Maruti Celerio to now costs Rs 3.76 lakh
Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: If you wanted to book the new Maruti Celerio, this is certainly the best time to buy it.
Country's biggest car makers, Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) has announced reduction in the price of Celerio by Rs 13,615. The car which was launched at a starting price of Rs 3.90 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) will now costs Rs 3.76 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
The AMT-equipped LXi price has come down to Rs 4.14 lakh from Rs 4.29 lakh and VXi variant's price has come down to Rs 4.43 lakh from Rs 4.59 lakh.
The Celerio model is registering 1,000 bookings per day, the company recently told a private news channel. Dealers had started accepting bookings for Celerio even before the car was launched at the 12th Auto Expo in Greater Noida this month.
MSI's has reduced prices of its all its vehicles which ranges between Rs 8,502 and Rs 30,984 across models.
The price of the Alto K10 was reduced by Rs 11,304 and that of the entry-level variant of Omni was cut by Rs 8,698.
The multipurpose vehicle Eeco will become cheaper by Rs 10,881. MSI reduced the price of the entry-level variant of the WagonR hatchback by Rs 12,578 and that of the A-Star by Rs 13,482.
The price of compact car Estillo was cut by Rs 12,148 and that of hatchback Ritz by Rs 15,130.
Prices of the Swift and DZire models have been lowered by Rs 15,874 and Rs 17,884, respectively. The company also cut the price of multi utility vehicle Ertiga by Rs 18,747 and that of the SX4 sedan in the range of Rs 16,618 to Rs 30,984.
With Agency Inputs
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