Mention Suzuki to any car-buying Filipino and most will immediately think of the sporty Swift, the go-anywhere Jimny or the flexible Vitara. Others, on the other hand, might mention the multi-purpose APV, the utilitarian Super Carry or the seven-seater Ertiga. But there is one more model that is smaller than the Swift, yet slightly bigger than the Alto And that's the Celerio. Unlike its predecessor which had a funkier, more youthful design, the all-new model features a more mature exterior along with a more refined cabin design. All well and good but with the competition busy introducing updates of their own, Suzuki opted to also give their own five-door hatch a much needed upgrade.
Suzuki Celerio review
Suzuki Celerio Review, Price & Features
Launched in , the five-door Suzuki Celerio is one of the cheapest cars on sale in the UK. It also has some of the lowest car running costs, both on a daily basis and over the longer-term. Did you know? Suzuki knows a thing or two about small cars, and it shows. The Celerio may not be the best looking supermini on the road, but it does have some cheeky charm. Packing five doors into a car of this size is useful for passenger access. The boxy, upright lines really do show that substance has taken the lead over swooping style here.
Maruti Suzuki Celerio 2017
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Jump to navigation. The Celerio might have justified much of that coverage all on its own and in the usual ways, by virtue of being new, interesting, practical and appealingly well priced. And yet, it has also had a UK market launch marked by controversy.