2010 Suzuki Celerio | new car review

Posted on Sep 6, 2010 by










The Celerio is a cheap and cheerful small city from .

Known as the Alto in other parts of the world, it fits into the same space occupied by the outgoing Alto that was on sale in the UAE until last year. It’s firmly aimed at urban driving rather than motorway cruising, and offers a slightly funky offering for those looking for a runabout at a low price – just 37,000AED.

Suzuki says that the Celerio has a ‘boy-racer’ look and the sporty theme continues inside thanks to a separately mounted rev counter and fabric-covered bucket seats up front.

Despite the sporty touches, speed demons can turn the page now – the Celerio has only one, rather tiny engine option. The 1.0-litre unit makes a 67bhp and changes gears by way of a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission.

The sole trim level on sale here is the GLX, which comes riding on 14-inch alloy wheels and has front fog lamps. The front windows can be operated electrically, but the mirrors have only manual adjustment. The stereo has a CD player and an auxiliary input socket for MP3 players.

Safety features include ABS and electronic brakeforce distribution, which keeps the car stable in case of an emergency stop. ISOFIX child seat attachments are also included, as are airbags for driver and front seat passenger.

You might not get anywhere fast in the Celerio, especially if you venture outside of town, but we think Suzuki has created a fine looking little car with a decent amount of specification for the money.

One Response to 2010 Suzuki Celerio | new car review

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    January 5, 2017 at 6:56 pm

    How do i get a suzuki Celerio 2011, brainbox ?

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