Give all facilities or features of celerio diesel ldi and vdi ?
By: mahesh patel on 4 june 2015
Hey Mahesh Patel !!
The Maruti Suzuki Celerio is a full feature packed hatchback, you can enjoy hassle free drive and get easy access to all controls with features like integrated audio with Bluetooth connectivity and steering mounted audio controls. Moreover it has the multi-info display that displays information such as instantaneous fuel efficiency, average fuel efficiency, range, etc. All this will introduce you to a whole new age of convenience. The Celerio is available in both petrol and a diesel variant with the latter getting Maruti’s all-new DDiS 125 2-cylinder diesel engine. Coming to the exteriors, the Celerio is 3.6 metres long (2.4 metre wheelbase), 1.6-metres wide and 1.5-metres high, making it much larger than its ancestor the A-Star. The interiors are very spacious and it has a good boot space of 235 litres.
If you take into account the dimension and seating capacity of the LDI and VDI variants of Maruti Suzuki Celerio then you will not find any difference at all. Even, both the LDI and VDI versions come with maximum power of 46 BHP @ 3500 RPM, maximum torque of 125 Nm @ 2000 RPM, 5 speed gearbox, 27.62 kilometers per liter ARAI mileage, FWD type drivetrain and 793 cc engine displacement. The actual difference between the LDI and VDI variants lies in some security and operational features. For instance, you will find that while both the variants come with security features such as Engine immobilizer and Child Safety Lock, the VDI version has an inbuilt Central Locking system. Again, while the option of Vanity Mirrors on Sun Visors exclusively for the co-driver is present in the VDI version, it is totally absent in case of LDI version. Further, the Adjustable ORVM is internally operable in case of VDi version and externally operable in case of LDi version. Again, VDI version comes with power windows both at the front and the rear, but the windows are manually operated in case of LDi version. You will get door pockets at the front door of LDi, but VDi does not have this option.
Both the variants LDi and VDi have the same diesel engine . The diesel engine used is 0.8-litre 47bhp 8V DDiS Diesel Engine which is very much refined and smooth. These variants houses a proficient audio unit featuring a CD player and a Radio. Additionally, they also have support for USB, AUX-In and Bluetooth connectivity, which enables seamless audio streaming and calls connectivity. These variants are fitted with a set of 13-inch steel wheels with full wheel covers.
These variants have been equipped with a manually operated air conditioning system along with a heater that regulates the air temperature inside. They also have an antenna, fuel lid opener, pivot type exterior mirrors and power steering system. These mid range trim also has central door lock and electric power windows. These variant are built on 0.8-litre engine that comprises of 2 cylinders, displacing 793cc. This engine has the ability to produce a peak power of just about 47bhp at 3500rpm,
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