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There appears to be a growing number of exceptionally affordable cars around right now, although some might say there still aren’t enough of them. The problem with affordable cars though is that some will shy away from them because they are, well, affordable! Selling for a very low price inevitably means some corners will have to be cut to keep the price down, and we'd all like to have everything without having to pay more for it. But for a spacious city car, a small city car with excellent fuel economy, and a genuinely good car that doesn't scream compromise, you might want to check out 2017 Suzuki Celerio.
The 2017 Suzuki Celerio is a nice looking little car that can appear as though it could be more expensive than it actually is, which has to be a good thing when it comes to attracting buyers. It's a five-door hatch as standard, and it doesn't even have to sink to coming with steel wheels, even with the entry level SZ2. The Suzuki Celerio opts for that familiar wedge shape we expect from this type of small car, and it's definitely a lot more refined in the way it looks than some of its rivals.
Of course, the main reason the Celerio is going to get noticed is its incredibly low price of the entry level SZ2, but there are also more opulent, higher specification models in the family in the shape of the SZ3 and SZ4 models. The headline-grabbing price of the entry level SZ2 is just £7,499, while the SZ3 starts at £8,899, and the top-of-the-range SZ3 will set you back a less-than hefty £9,899.
Features and equipment
It's fair to say the uninitiated will probably be a little surprised to learn just how much you get for £7,499 with the Celerio SZ2. Standard kit includes: electric front windows, DAB radio, a CD tuner, ABS with EBD and Brake Assist function, alloy wheels, power steering and halogen multi-reflector headlamps. The SZ3 adds the likes of air conditioning and Bluetooth, while the SZ4 goes as far as standard electric rear windows and aesthetic upgrades such as body colour door mirrors and a chrome finish grille.
It's no good really having a car with an exceptionally low asking price that then costs a fortune to run, so it shouldn’t be a shock the Celerio is also pretty frugal. How frugal obviously depends on which of the two engines you go for, but both versions of the Suzuki's 1.0-litre unit deliver admirable figures. The standard version is rated at 66 mpg combined, while the Dualjet available for the SZ3 gets a seriously impressive 79 mpg.
The 2017 Suzuki Celerio is available right now from Sportif, so don’t hesitate to get in touch for more information on this great value city car and to arrange a test drive in one.