India's Got Talent 6 winner Manik Paul drives home a Maruti Celerio Diesel and INR 50 lakh

The 22-year-old dancer won the completion with a breathtaking performance in Arial Acrobatics for which he received a standing ovation from the judges and the audience. And to commemorate his talent, Maruti Suzuki the major sponsor of the show, decided to award the winner with their recently launched popular hatchback Celerio Diesle.

 

To point out why the car is so special, let us tell you that Maruti’s Celerio Diesel is currently the most fuel efficient cars in the country with a sticking mileage of 27.62 kmpl. Apart from being the first Indian diesel car to offer such high fuel efficiency the car also comes with the smallest diesel engine in India. With a total weight of just 89kg, the 793 cc twin-cylinder DDiS oil burner is not just small but powerful too, producing maximum power of 49 PS and a peak torque of 125 Nm.

India's Got Talent 6 winner Manik Paul drives home a Maruti Celerio Diesel and INR 50 lakh

The Celerio diesel is not just a perfect package in terms of design and engine specifications. When it comes to feature offerings Celerio diesel’s top variant is equipped with decent comfort and safety features such as ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System) with EBD (Electronic BrakeForce Distribution), dual front airbags, front fog lamps, alloy wheels and height adjustable driver seat. The ZDi trim has driver side airbag, audio with Bluetooth, auto unlock on crash, multi-functional steering wheel, keyless entry and electrically adjustable ORVMs with integrated blinkers as standard features.

 

While it’s true that the winner Manink Paul won the new Celerio with his outstanding talent and dedicated performance, it wouldn’t be that difficult for you to attain it as well. Maruti has priced the new Celerio diesel at just INR 4.65 – 5.71 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).