I found a video with crash test results of several Maruti Suzuki cars. I think the fourth or the fifth car is Maruti Suzuki Celerio. As @Brezzalient correctly mentioned, Celerio scored zero stars on its crash test.As a matter of fact, even Celerio fared very poorly in its crash test. It scored 0 stars on its crash test. For children's safety, it scored one star and that's it. According to the Global NCAP reports, the following safety features are absent in the car:
The protection offered to the driver's head neck and chest was poor and the passenger’s chest received marginal protection. The passengers’ knees could impact with dangerous structures in the dashboard. The bodyshell was rated as unstable and can not withstand further loadings.
- Front Seatbelt Pretensioners
- Driver Frontal Airbag
- Front Passenger Frontal Airbag
- Side Body Airbag
- Side Head Airbag
- Driver Knee Airbag
- ISOFIX Anchorages
- ABS (4 Channel)
The child seat for the 3-year-old child was not able to prevent excessive forward movement during the impact and the biomechanical readings were above the limits. The dynamic performance of the 18 months child restraint was adequate. However, the installation instructions on both child seats were insufficient and not permanently attached to the seat. Both CRS were compatible with the belt system on the vehicle. This vehicle was not equipped with a passenger airbag.