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January 20, 2014

Celerio and iV-4 SUV concept to be Maruti's Show-stopper at 2014 Auto Expo

Like other carmakers, India's largest car manufacturer, Maruti Suzuki is also doing its final preparations for the 2014 Delhi Motor Show. With its new technology and cars, the company aims to make a strong impression on the visitors at the Pan-India event. The Indo-Japanese brand will unveil a couple of exciting products and facelifts of their existing models. One of the most anticipated car of the year is Maruti's new compact hatch, Celerio, which will replace the A-Star and Estilo in the market. This model will have its world premiere at the 2014 Indian Auto Expo and it will replace the Alto worldwide.
The Celerio gets the same 1.0-litre K-Series petrol engine that also does duty in the Alto K10 and the A-Star. This model will be made available in two transmission options- a five-speed manual and an automated manual gearbox. The Celerio will be the first car in the Indian car market to feature automated manual transmission, which will remove the clutch pedal from the car. It offers an automatic transmission feel to driver and is reportedly 5 per cent more fuel efficient than the regular manual version. Driver can shift the gears either sequentially or fully automatically. It is expected to cost little higher than the regular manual car, however the hatchback will be cheaper than the automatic version.
At the 2012 Auto Show, Maruti showcased the XA Alpha compact SUV concept, however the production version of the SUV is not ready to be unveiled this year's event. Interestingly, the company won't disappoint the visitors as it will present a larger concept, iV-4, which was recently unveiled at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show.
Additionally, the company could also unveil the SX4 replacement, Swift and Dzire facelift at the 2014 Indian Auto Expo.



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