Maruti Suzuki, the country’s leading automaker, Tiago i-CNG Vs Celerio S-CNG are noted for their extensive choice of CNG vehicles. The business just released the S-CNG option in the new-generation Celerio. Tata Motors has recently released the Tiago i-CNG in the country, in response to the constantly expanding demand for CNG options in the hatchback sector.
Learn more about the fundamental differences between them by reading on.
The modular Heartect platform lies at the heart of the new Maruti Suzuki Celerio S-CNG. The vehicle boasts a new radiant distinctive front grille with chrome highlights, as well as a 3D organic sculpted appearance. Animated sweeping headlights and droplet-styled taillamps are also included in the car. The Celerio is 3,695mm long, 1,555mm tall, and 1,655mm wide, with a 2,435mm wheelbase. A set of 15-inch Urban Black alloy wheels can be added to the vehicle depending on the model.
The Tiago i-CNG is built on the Tiago makeover, which debuted in early 2020. A dramatic sculpted hood design and a piano black tri-arrow design with a chrome strip in the lower part of the grille are among the changes to the vehicle’s fascia. In terms of measurements, the Tiago measures 3,765mm in length, 1,677mm in width, and 1,535mm in height. The wheelbase is 2,400mm long. Other features include dual-tone alloy wheels, a black roof, and black ORVMs with turn indicators.
The 1.0-liter, three-cylinder K10C engine in the Maruti Suzuki Celerio i-CNG produces 56bhp at 5,300rpm and 82.1Nm of torque at 3,400rpm. A five-speed manual transmission is equipped with this engine.
The Tata Tiago i-CNG, on the other hand, is powered by a 1.2-liter naturally aspirated petrol engine that produces 72bhp at 6,000rpm and 95Nm of torque at 3,500rpm. Only a five-speed manual transmission is available in the CNG version.
The new Celerio S-CNG has an all-black design to give it a premium feel. The Celerio has a modest set of options such as front and rear power windows, electrically adjustable ORVM, 60:40 rear seat, day/night IRVM, rear parcel shelf, and more in the mid-spec VXi edition. Dual front airbags, seatbelt reminder, impact sensing door unlock, ABS, reverse parking sensor, and speed alert system are all included in the vehicle’s safety features.
Except for the XZ and NRG variations, the Tiago i-CNG is available in all models. The Tiago i-CNG comes with a black and beige interior theme, an eight-speaker Harman-Kardon audio system, a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, automatic climate control, a height-adjustable driver seat, and more, depending on the version.
With superior performance figures and a large choice of variation options, the Tata Tiago earns extra brownie points. In comparison to the entry-level Tiago XE i-CNG model, the Celerio VXi S-CNG has somewhat cheaper pricing. Customers can choose between the two options depending on their preferences “as read and reported by www.carwale.com”.