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This car worth less than Rs 5 lakh gives 26.68 kmpl mileage

A few days back, Maruti Suzuki has launched the economical and best mileage Dhakar car in India, whose ex-showroom price starts from 4.99 lakhs and goes up to 6.94 lakhs for the top model. With this beautiful-looking car, Maruti Suzuki has given K10C DualJet engine which makes 66 bhp power and 89 Nm peak torque. The company has given a 5-speed manual gearbox with this car and an AMT transmission is also available as an option. It is claimed that this car can be driven up to 26.68 km in one liter of petrol.

Along with the great looks, the mileage of the car is equally good which is 26.68 kmpl.

Maruti Suzuki has completely changed the new model of Celerio compared to the previous.

Read More: New variant of Mahindra XUV700 is coming into the market, the price of SUV will decrease

Instead of keeping it economical, the company has not made any shortage of features in this car.

The cabin of the new Sererio has been made much more comfortable than before.

As much as the face of this car has been made attractive, so is the rear proportion.

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