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The Maruti Suzuki Celerio X in 'Paprika Orange' paint scheme has been discontinued. It will no longer be available from the colour palette to choose from this month. Customers now can only choose from four colour options available with the Celerio X.
According to reports from Rushlane, the company could be making changes to the Celerio model to make way for the new-generation model that is expected to arrive later this year. Codenamed the ‘YNC', the new-gen Celerio has been spotted testing ahead of its launch in the market — here are all details.
Coming back to the current-gen Celerio X, it will be available in four colour options: Torque Blue, Glistering Grey, Caffeine Brown and Arctic White.the hatchback is a rugged-ish version of the standard model. It features a host of cosmetic changes over the standard model. However, mechanically, both remain the same.
It features a black body cladding all-around the hatchback that makes for an aggressive and sporty design. At the front, a combination of the blacked-out grille and fog-lamps housing gives the car a distinctive X-shaped design.
On the inside, the sporty theme has been carried with blacked-out interiors and seat upholstery. The cabin features a host of elements that matches the exterior colour to enhance the sporty look and feel.
The hatchback misses out on a touchscreen infotainment system. Instead, it comes equipped with a Bluetooth enabled audio system. Other features include a height-adjustable driver seat, manual air-conditioning, an analogue instrument cluster, multifunction steering with mounted audio controls, keyless entry and more.
It comes equipped with standard safety features such as multiple airbags at the front, ABS, a reverse parking sensor, a headlight level adjustment dial switch, speed alert reminder and childproof rear door locks; among others.
The Celerio X is powered by a K10B petrol engine that produces a maximum of 68bhp at 6000rpm and a peak torque of 90Nm at 3500rpm. It comes mated to either a five-speed manual or five-speed AMT.
According to recent reports, the upcoming new-gen Celerio is expected to be launched sometime during the festive season this year. It will feature a host of changes over the previous-gen model.
This includes a new front fascia and updated interiors with possibly a touchscreen infotainment display and a semi-digital instrument cluster; among others. The powertrain of the upcoming model is also expected to be carried forward from the previous-gen model including the CNG option.
Thoughts About The Maruti Celerio X ‘Paprika Orange' Paint Scheme Discontinued
The actual reason behind the colour getting removed from the options list is yet to be known. However, it could be because of the upcoming new-gen model. The company will have to slowly phase out the old-gen model before the arrival of the new model in the market.