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Maruti Suzuki Celerio Specs

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I've heard the next-gen Maruti Suzuki Celerio will be launched in 2020 with some additional features. However, I wonder whether these features will be sufficient for the car to survive the tough competition by other automobile manufacturers and not to forget the slump in the automotive industry.
The Maruti Suzuki Celerio has been among the best-selling car lists for a while, but we all know that the hatchback is a little too old and the added pressure from competition has drastically brought down the sales of the Maruti Suzuki Celerio. We first saw the Maruti Suzuki Celerio when it was launched in 2014.
Over time competitors have tried to overtake Maruti Suzuki's position as the largest automotive manufacturer. What are the features of the car that give the manufacturers the hope that the car will surpass previous sales numbers?
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The next-gen Maruti Suzuki Celerio to be launched in 2020, will get the new 1.2L K12M engine and will also offer features like large 7-inch touchscreen infotainment supporting Apply CarPlay and Android Auto, multi-function steering wheel, among others.
The upcoming hatchback is likely to ditch its current platform to Heartect platform which the new WagonR adopted this year. The Heartect platform is the advanced platform the brings improvements in stability and safety and it gets a new structure.
Safety features like a driver-side airbag, rear parking sensors, ABS with EBD, front seat belt reminder and high-speed alert system will come with the new Celerio.
I guess these added features compared to the older versions of Celerio should give the manufacturer an edge over previous sales figures. Also, Maruti Suzuki plans to revamp a number of models and also plan to introduce 10-12 new models in the upcoming year. All this should help Maruti Suzuki fight the competition. After all with such tough competition, relying on just one model to turn around sales figures will be impractical for any company.
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