Suzuki Celerio 2018 in-depth review | carwow Reviews

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This is the Suzuki Celerio. It’s a tiny car, but with one huge selling point – it’s one of the cheapest new cars available for sale in the UK. Prices start from just under £7500, but does the price come at the expense of quality? Is it worth putting on your shopping list, or would you be better off spending a little extra on a Hyundai i10 or Volkswagen Up? Find out in my full, in-depth review.

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https://www.carwow.co.uk/suzuki/celerio?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=Make-suzuki-Model-celerio-Type-review

Suzuki Celerio practicality review –
https://www.carwow.co.uk/suzuki/celerio?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=Make-suzuki-Model-celerio-Type-practicality#review-interior

Suzuki Celerio 360 degree test drive –
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvU-qCRP68k

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Comments

Ib Erik Söderblom says:

Steering reminds like the first gen electrically assisted…

Chrissy & Jonny says:

I love your reviews! but by the way the carwow link does not lead straight to the car

Thierry Ruellan says:

Who,I mean which person with an average revenue will be able to afford an electric engine at that price?

Thierry Ruellan says:

Cheap car,that’s what I use to buy….can SUZUKY swear on oath that this little low cost véhicule will not be replaced by it’s 100% electric sister ship ,I mean no more atmospheric engine like my SEAT MIIwhich production will cease next January to be replaced buy electric power engine,for between 16000 to 21000€…

Dagobert Duck says:

It's in my video "The cars with lowest CO2 emissions 2019"

nikosz66 says:

I 've got the 2015 model . Its fun to drive , fairly nippy , very frugal and with a comfy suspension. Amazingly roomy cabin , too. The major drawback is the very poor road noise isolation.The turning cycle is pretty large though.
Other than that its a sensible , reliable ,simple ,fuss free motoring.

Ray Rumming says:

Iv had a celerio for 2 and a half yrs, no trouble at all .23000 miles.because its a light car tyres are only half worn.now run in i get 65mpg in town and 70 on a run. From Gatewick to Wiltshire motorway, 80 mpg. But im a 70 yr old man so it suits me. Gearbox precise.Heating good and brakes very responsive being a light car.Very good value for money. Horses for courses .

car guide says:

Can you do a review of Suzuki x bee

sandeep sran says:

Awesome car regardless of what mat says bout it

sakra vong says:

The review does matters.

FallenWarrior91 says:

Small cars like that the are common here in our country We got Suzuki Alto and Celerio,Hyundai Eon and i10,Kia Picanto,Honda Brio and Toyota Wigo

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