Maruti Suzuki Celerio diesel long term review: After 15,345km and nine months
Rishaad explains why the little Celerio has become his long distance companion
In the last two months, I’ve driven the Celerio to Goa and Belgaum twice, clocking about 3,000km or about as much Lijo commutes in a month! It’s not the first choice for a long distance car, considering its size and the fact that the engine makes just 4PS more than my KTM Duke 390. But what makes the little Celerio work so well is its combination of light weight and a surprising amount of torque. It has a narrow power band, with a surge between about 1,800rpm and 3,500rpm but the torque is available down low and allows the car to chug...
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