Overview of Suzuki Celerio
A micro machine on four wheels with headturning colors is proudly sporting the Suzuki logo. The Celerio is touted as Suzuki’s classy, comfy, and eco-friendly mini-compact and marketed to the yuppie segment. The aerodynamically shaped body minimizes wind drag and thus promotes better fuel consumption. Large halogen multi-reflector headlights and fog lights complement the boldly shaped grille at the Celerio’s front.
This sporty minicar is made more interesting with its five environmentally inspired colors-Arctic white pearl metallic, silky silver metallic, desert brown metallic, fortune rose pearl metallic, and paradise blue pearl metallic.
The Suzuki Celerio is a tad more powerful and expensive than its cousin, the Suzuki Alto. The Celerio has a 1.0L engine compared to the Alto’s 0.8L and starts retailing at P525,000.00. It is also a 5-door hatchback available in both manual and automatic transmissions. If you are lucky and get a good car loan from a reputable bank, you may drive home a spunky brand-new Celerio for a downpayment as low as P40,000. Its interior strives to exude a classy finish with its two-tone grey approach. A sporty and functional dashboard layout gives the driver a sense of security and style as he or she takes to the road. This may be too pretentious for a 1.0L car but its tachometer of rev counter is separately mounted on the dashboard, just like in real race cars. Perhaps, this is just Suzuki Celerio’s way of giving off a more sporty and expensive feel. This mini-compact is 3.5 meters long, 1.6 meters wide, and 1.47 meters high. The rear seats split fold 50/50 to create more cargo space. Furthermore, the compact dimensions of the engine take off precious kilograms that can translate to better fuel efficiency. In its class, the Suzuki Celerio’s Euro 3-rated emission level is ranked the best.
In the Celerio, Suzuki has married aerodynamism, eco-friendliness, and economy to come up with the so-called mighty micro machine.